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Written: May 24, 2003

Q: What kind of music do you write?
A1: I don’t really know.
A2: Good music.
A3: Music I like.
A4: Music I like that hasn’t been written yet.
A5: Contemporary classical music. I don’t really know how to explain that, though.
A6: Listen to this CD.

Q: What kind of music do you like?
A1: I don’t really know.
A2: Good music.
A3: I listen to a lot of different kinds of music.
A4: These days I’m listening to a lot of electronica.
A5: I tend to like music that has some sort of physical impetus; or a complete lack thereof. What I mean is I tend to like music that has a driving pulse; or music which negates pulse completely, a suspension of the physical world, timeless and floating.

Q: What do you want your music to accomplish?
A1: I don’t really know.
A2: I want it to be good. Failing that, I want people to think it’s good.
A3: I want as many people to hear it as possible.
A4: I want people to like it.
A5: I want it to be remembered and listened to after I die.