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    whoops, i thought he was done. I'll refrain from anymore posts until I'm sure.
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    I think some folks were expecting a "future technology" kind of answer...but while CLA's answer sounds a bit vague on the surface, in reality, that IS the future of recording and always would be...
    ....making recordings as good as possible with the gear at hand.....whatever the technology might be.


    Though "42" is a pretty good answer too.

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    Maybe artificial intelligence will produce and generate random music broadcast to hard drive terminals in workplaces and homes, doing away with those burdening playing/tracking/mixing/mastering processes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker of Rock View Post
    Maybe artificial intelligence will produce and generate random music broadcast to hard drive terminals in workplaces and homes, doing away with those burdening playing/tracking/mixing/mastering processes.

    Now that's what I was talking about!
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