I’m thinking about adding a discussion forum to Disquiet.com, and was wondering if, as a reader of the site, you might find such a thing of interest.
That wasn’t phrased as a question, but please imagine that it had been and, if you have a chance, please reply with your thoughts. I’d greatly appreciate the input.
What’s led me to think that a discussion forum housed on Disquiet.com might have a solid base of informed and inquisitive participants is the range and quality of discussion in various related places, such as on the Discussion tab at the Disquiet Junto group on SoundCloud, and on Facebook and via Twitter, as well as in the comments on Disquiet.com. I feel like there’s an opportunity to host discussions about sound, art, music, technology, creativity, and related subjects. I think I’d revive the “MP3 Discussion Group,” and add a semi-regular book discussion, perhaps film as well. If this appeals to you, please let me know. (And if you think it’s a less than stellar idea, please tell me why, if you have a chance.) And no matter your expressed perspective you’re under no obligation to participate, should I go ahead and launch it. There are numerous forums associated with music-making gadgetry, and with record labels, but a place focused on listening and composition might have some promise.
If you have thoughts on the subject, shoot me an email (at firstname.lastname@example.org), or reply in the comments section to this post. Thanks.
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