Music by nature is autonomous, androgynous amorphous!

This sets music apart from the other arts, which rely upon the outside world, external perspectives. However, music is also an universal language, which unites people. Music embodies relationships, experiences, communities and commonly shared cultures. At SEED, we believe that music as a practice, has tremendous social, psychological, emotional and technological value. To harness and utilize the new realms, one has to step beyond the mainstream definitions (limits) of music and the musician. Ready?

OPEN SOURCE : FOR INDIVIDUALS AND COLLECTIVES

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Many people turn to music as their creative outlet. An universal means of expression that allows people to tap into their imagination. Once you train yourself, to identify how imagination and creativity effects music, you’ll begin to realize their presence (or lack of) in every aspect of artistic behavior.

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Music is not like a foreign language that requires an expert to translate it for a given audience. It is a universal tongue. It either speaks to each listener directly, or it does not speak to her / him at all. Music creates it's own ontology -  remaining autonomous and open to each artist's interpretation.

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'Selling out' and debates about the boundaries of cultural autonomy play a pivotal role in music, as heard in rock, punk, indie, rap, electronic etc etc. In this article, we explore how mainstream music been shaped by info-tech, market competition and globalization during the past 20 years.

NEW ECOSYSTEMS : SHARED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCES

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