Improvising When Sound is Not Present

Sometimes, an initial sound isn’t present. This is of interest to a few, who are compatible with improvisation theory, not unlike particle physics. When a sound travels at, “the speed of sound,” then it is always possible for the duplicatioon of the initial sound (which cannot be improvised, all the time). Older situations are keen to notice the consiquentially improvised task of visiting the sound, in situ. Therefore, the optimum presence is determined randomly.

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2 Comments

  1. When initial sounds are not present, then the subsequent sounds usually follow in sequence. First, the original sound, then the decibel scale could become logarithmic. Thank you.

  2. Good point, as long as the sequence is predetermined.

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