In our last riveting post, we were talking about ‘leverage’ in the context of getting as much production work done with as few resources as possible. In this exciting conclusion, the reverse is discussed; ie. squeezing the most much reward from that output as can be got.
In the most coarse manner, I want to get as much mileage out of this material as I can. Think of this like food companies. They start with a $10 of raw corn, and then somehow, turn that into $100 worth of ‘corn products. Like most things in life, this can be good (corn meal) or very, very bad (high fructose corn syrup.) But they’re quite efficient at the concept. My goal is similar. Hopefully the by-products of somewhat higher overall quality.
What I’m trying to do is get as much stuff out of Detroit as possible. One thing is to be able to re-purpose materials
The Opera (well duh!… I wonder how Verdi said ‘Duh’?)
JCH Music: I always envisioned this material as being at least […]