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Re: I get what Zimmer is trying to do.
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• Posted by: Jack
• Date: Sunday, July 18, 2010, at 5:31 p.m.
• IP Address: 74-60-173-209.clt.clearwire-wmx.net
• In Response to: Re: I get what Zimmer is trying to do. (cldesa)

> Hmm, Jack, do you realize what happens when you 'listen' to a piece? Your
> brain centers for memory and emotion are activated, not just the areas
> that control the mechanics of hearing. Everything you listen to is tainted
> with your own emotions and biases. Thus, it is no longer objective. What
> you like to call BS is what I like to call science. When you've finished
> antagonizing people on this board, it might be helpful to check out a
> neuroscience textbook to facilitate your future ramblings.

Do you realize in order to be subjective you would need to actually express and react to something objective? You can actually choose not to have these emotional responses if you listen or watch something enough or you can actually not have these responses at all. I've listened to too many scores, albeit Hans Zimmer scores, to have some internet mole rat tell me my opinion is "tainted." So, now because I say a score is bad my statement tainted with feelings. Unfortunately, you don't understand the device of precedent. When you post something please be sure to actually know what you are talking about and crack open an actual book.




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