Top 25 Instrumentation Quotes

Here we have the best Instrumentation Quotes from famous authors such as Ramin Djawadi, Zaytoven, Bonobo, Dennis Quaid, Ted Dwane. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

In 'Westworld,' I really got to explore new areas, styl
In ‘Westworld,’ I really got to explore new areas, stylistically. We had the Indian world, we had Shogun world, so I got to play with new instrumentation – and also, a lot of new themes.

Just the instrumentation of the wholeBeast Mode’ made people open up and respect me in a whole other way. With Gucci, I don’t use as many instruments. I don’t play the piano as much because that’s not really the style of music that me and Gucci have built.

The way I make music is often to kind of treat instrumentation like I would a sample.

In aviation they have auto pilot and color radar and a lot of other instrumentation that is a backup for pilots. It’s really brought the incidents of plane crashes way down. Same thing ought to happen in the medical industry, I think.

You look at the instrumentation, and you can’t really argue that we set out with commercial aspirations. Banjos and things like that are not part of some formula for global success. But it felt right, and I think there’s some value to purity of intention.

We’ve always had a very strong focus on the instrumentation, and our approach to our individual instruments.

We can’t afford big symphonies but we commission works that sound rich and symphonic because of the nature of the instrumentation and the people we work with.

Graeme Murphy
On ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel‘ I must insist that the sounds of the instrumentation are crucial to reflect what the movie should convey in terms of energy and emotion. It’s not just the melody or the tune.

Up till now I wrote the songs on my acoustic guitar alone with the Lord. Then I would take the song and share it with my family and then we all would figure out instrumentation together.

Daniel Smith
I don’t think about the styles. I write whatever comes out and I use whatever kind of instrumentation works for those songs.

I make records from top to bottom. Bring the best out of the vocalist. I deal with live instrumentation on all our records.

I have to hear more live instrumentation, more band and more funk, and I don’t hear enough of it, so I created it myself.

What I learned about music is that it can have nothing to do with words, instrumentation, image, message, or meaning. The meaning is the melody, the notes, the rhythm – music for the sake of its own beauty, with nothing more required to express itself.

No matter how great we get with digital formats of instrumentation, nothing really quite duplicates the real thing.

Because of my Portuguese heritage, I have an interest in all of the instrumentation that comes from Portugal and Brazil as well.

Nelly Furtado
Well, yeah, I wanted to resist the urge to thicken everything up with instrumentation, because I just felt like I was interested in seeing how the songs did on their own.

I hate to say this, but I always listen to the music and the instrumentation first, and then grab on to the lyrics later.

Lion Face Boy‘ is the first single from Seabear’s sophomore album, ‘We Built a Fire,’ and it’s a perfect display of the band’s knack for constructing mountains of instrumentation on a simple idea.

I mainly listen to the music that’s playing during movies. It can be the theme to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean,’ ‘The Equalizer,’ stuff like that. I like the blend of orchestra with modern instrumentation. It’s something that I’ve wanted to do.

Now, the instrumentation in the jazz band and the jazz dance band has gone through many evolutions. For instance, in the ‘twenties the tradition was two or three saxophones.

Gerry Mulligan
New Horizons is a very high-tech, small, roughly 1,000-pound spacecraft with the most powerful battery of scientific instrumentation ever brought to bear on a first reconnaissance mission.

Seabear’s love of soft folk sounds is unquestionable, but that doesn’t stop the Icelandic band from infusing its music with layers of instrumentation.

In terms of content and instrumentation, I feel we have been extremely ambitious on every one of our albums going back to high school. We were the first screaming hardcore band to put a big ballad on our record.

I think the great country songs mixed with some of that bluegrass instrumentation – and surrounding all that with a little bit of a rock vibe and energy – is the kind of music I make.

It’s really easy to hide in metaphor or hide in a solo or instrumentation, but when you’re saying explicitly this is how I feel it’s a bit different – it makes you a more vulnerable person.