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I like the questions asked by the interviewer from Cakewalk :)
I am wondering why composers are secretive about the sounds, libraries and gears they use?
I like it when James say that in today's world of music, a demo track is often required to be broadcast quality, available to be used at an instant's request.
I also like the fact that he prioritises quality over speed. He rather have it right, than to have it fast. However, I also appreciate a lot of people in a situation when they are cornered into just meeting deadlines or budgets. At this point in time I can only draw on my professional experience as a CG / VFX artist. I hope I get to experience a full swing project cycle of stress, deadline versus budget kind of struggle, as a composer one of these days.
Thanks for the great interview, Cakewalk!