We should try not to fall in the same error when it comes to communication.
Do we really need to “talk” to machines?
Stefano Zorzi
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So true, but how about in music? We now have synthesizers allowing 1 person ability to play multiple music sections and overlay them, preprogrammed them removing legacy limitations of our control and expanding musical communication. We also have the Ewi offering musical control far beyond language (speed), but as you say… it takes training.

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