Music is very much a sewing machine with many needles and threads switching simultaneously or perhaps tapestry weaving with many many hands and yarns or it can be automated. It still counts. The switching in and out of the fabric is the waves undulating – and these needles all cross each other’s paths and influence one another – an area where they differ from the physics of yarn, thread and fabric – and unlike a tapestry, the creation does not exist if it is not participated with: there is no music without a listener actively listening or at least imagining it.

Music is very much a sewing machine with many needles and threads switching simultaneously or perhaps tapestry weaving with many many hands and yarns or it can be automated. It still counts.
The switching in and out of the fabric is the waves undulating – and these needles all cross each other’s paths and influence one another – an area where they differ from the physics of yarn, thread and fabric – and unlike a tapestry, the creation does not exist if it is not participated with: there is no music without a listener actively listening or at least imagining it.

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