John Cater DJ Spooky

DJ Spooky claims that rhythm science is the creation of art from the flow of patterns in sound an culture.  Given that DJ Spooky’s work has become part of a culture it is therefor logical to assume that at some point he may possibly create a piece of work that carries with it an interpretation of his own work even if only subliminally or as a second or third person.  Fore example; a famous painter hears DJ Spooky’s song “Organ Donor” and paints a piece on it, DJ Spooky, unaware that he has inspired it, does a song on this painting.  Should this hypothetical situation arise do you think it likely that the second iteration of this song will sound more or less like the original?  Why?

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My name is John Cater. I am 26 years old and live in Andersonville in Chicago, IL with my fiance' and two dogs (Lola and Kora). I like to spend my spare time playing video games, training my dogs, working out, and writing. I am a sophomore at Columbia College of Chicago studying Game Design with a focus on Game Development. My dream is to one day make a game that enriches people's lives through story telling.

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