Exploring How Society Works

Music of a Craftsman (ISTp)

Posted on: September 13, 2007

tonedxt.jpgThe following audio I have embedded comes from a music-producing “craftsman” that I know personally.

It is a good example of the restructurer mindset where a person takes existing sound samples and remixes them together creating something new.

Listen and enjoy…

“I Go Where I Go”
© ToneDXT 2007.

For more of his music visit soundclick.com/dxt.

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