Currently, when you record music, you’re essentially setting it in stone. Sure, there are re-recordings, re-masters and remixes (some even done on-the-hoof by DJs), but that’s sort of it. For all the sophistication of song-writing and sharing emotions and getting people to dance, we’re still just playing with silence and then locking it in box, and copying it onto other formats. Essentially, re-recording and re-mastering is sort of like taking another photo and a remix is more like photoshopping, it all seems quite stationary when you compare a photo to say, a computer game. When you compare recorded music to a game, it seems similarly rigid: more like Pong than Monkey Island, which in itself seems kind of quaint compared to MMORPGs (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) like World of Warcraft. Like a letter compared to a Skype video call. Or perhaps it didn’t seem this trapped until the first time I experienced The Bronze Format.