It may however be a true ration of regular users of the forum maybe?
Great idea Pip and agree wholeheartedly but I'm sad to say that most of the posts on here prove exactly what you're talking about therefore you'll never win!
Nice try tho mate, I'm with you all the way!
If you don't like a thread don't read it!
Do you buy food you don't like, eat it then moan because the shop still sells it? Doubt it.
I believe it's called 'lurking'
Its a nothing debate about a nothing discussion which somehow has managed to perpuate to umpteem pages in length...
Nowt to stop me trying now and again to see if its improved any...
This whole thread seems to be symptomatic of all that seems to be wrong with tmp these days. Its a nothing debate about a nothing discussion which somehow has managed to perpuate to umpteem pages in length...
Your experience is obviously vast. But what do you actually know about how a band say like Grimethorpe would prepare for a contest and what might be right or wrong about it? Ther are areas that you would be far more experienced in. In those your opinion should be absolutely respected and taken seriously but if we were discussing say how a band like Grimey prepare for a major contest, how can you comment if you dont really understand?
Your experience is obviously vast. [snip]
Your opinion is valid and you should be free to express it, but should the reader should not be able to see what your background experience or qualification in the subject is.
The fundamental challenges of preparing an ensemble for an adjudication are the same across all levels or skill and experience: what differs is the level of technical ability or "standard" at which any given ensemble is expected or required to perform. But the fundamental challenges: to play in time, in tune, in sonic balance, and expressively—that is, to make, not just sound, but music—is the same for all ensembles.