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  1. Just sharing a video I thought was enlightening Enjoy! Ken
  2. How do you tell when your music is too busy? Often times the players aren't paying attention to each other when they write their parts. As a result they're not actually writing parts that go together, they're just playing their parts together. This is a lack of cohesive teamwork within the songwriting strategy. Here is a hilarious example of this in a youtube presentation I put together. What do you think? [media=]