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You can create nearly perfectly executed music in this world—as long as it’s not original.

There are a lot of spectacularly accurate musicians out there—probably more than ever. These are the ones, regardless of genre, who play or sing everything to perfection. The next great classical child prodigy…the 13-year-old jazz whiz…the 9-year-old singing perfect renditions of Taylor Swift songs. Almost none of these wunderkinds will come up with an original note of music in their lives for a very simple reason. If you’re in the business of playing everything flawlessly, you probably aren’t in the business of creating something new.

In this episode, I explore the difference between those two worlds. And as always, with a lot of music. Improvised music. Orignal improvised music!

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