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That’s the reason they can put the sound in a keyboard (a digital sampling device). But it’s the White sound in the keyboard. It’s the white trumpet player’s sound in the keyboard. Ben: You can’t put the black sound in a digital sampling keyboard? 50 Miles: Nobody’s done it yet. Ben: That’s an interesting point, that before there was such wide recording distribution, people were forced to develop their own sounds. Miles: Forced to play without ... they didn’t have anything to listen to, you know?
Miles: You know, it’s because they don’t take time out to learn different things. They wouldn’t take time out to do that. A jazz musician that you call a jazz musician ... I was reading this damn thing in The Times about jazz legends. These legends shouldn’t have to call people and ask them, can we play here and stuff like that. I don’t do that. I would never do that, you know. I didn’t get into music just to make money. If I wanted to make money, I know what to do. Ben: It seems a major thing has happened to all music, not just jazz, and that is it’s moved from music that was captured in a recording studio to music that was manufactured in a recording studio.
Blah ba do laaaa ... ” See, so now “blee b’lue da” that comes on the beat. On the beat. You say, “Ooo pa pa da ... bleah ba do ahhhh ... blee b’lue da”. (He emphasizes the “blee”). You know? That “blee b’lue da”, that’s on the beat. It’s not off the beat. So here’s another one. ) “Bleah ba do dahhh ... ” You know what I mean? That’s another one! So it’s sort of between the two. It’s triplet form. Right in that little part, you jump into triplet form. And you come back out, and that’s what it is.