A day after the launch of the Lifehouse Method, it is somewhat funny to see the written articles about it. I think some reporters just did not pay attention to what was said or they got confused. At least some got their info right.
1. NME News – ” Entitled ‘Method Music – Imaginary Sitters, Imaginary Galaxies’, it is a collaboration between Townshend, composer Lawrence Ball and software engineer David Snowdon that has taken over 30 years to complete.” The project is Lifehouse Method or The Method. Method Music – Imaginary Sitters, Imaginary Galaxy is Lawrence Ball’s album.
2. Uncut.co.uk – you got it right.
3. London.net –
4. BBC 6 Music – “For the interactive version, you submit some personal information into the website, including a photograph and a rhythm you tap in, as well as the answers to various questions, and a piece of music is generated for you” – You got this wrong. You don’t need to submit personal information into the website. All that is required of you is your voice, an image, a sound and rhythm. No questions to answer.