There is something else with FM that does not exists with any other recording media – the musical events take place juts once and that makes even a broadcast of recorded material virtually “live”, enriching realism and spontaneousnes of the performance, establishing the real-time energy exchange between performers and audiences.
Colin Davis onece said: “I don’t feel that making records is really a true way of making music, because there’s nobody there to listen to it. It’s a slightly incestuous thing because it’s musicians making music with musicians, trying to produce something perfect, which is impossible because we are human, and we do make mistakes, and nothing we do in a performance is that perfect. The human element is variable, and very often the [live] performance of a piece is greater than the number of mistakes made in it.”
I feel that FM adds that extra edges into even recorded music, sharpening the listening awareness, make is instantly more valuable. No replays. No save nets. Just once. The next moment it will be something else. It is like in live….The Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche