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Definitely some thought provoking ideas here. That said, I wonder if this just results in a flood of music, making it even harder for any material to cut through. Also, the traditional route to hyper-productivity is to automate processes, often by using software. At first this could mean musicians working with software tools that simplify certain musical processes. (For example, harmonizing a melody in thirds at the touch of a button, or breaking block chords into arpeggios.) But would that lead to software that simply composes music with little or no human interaction needed? Early examples of this kind of software already exist, see here:
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