Language is software (your brain, the hardware). A form of coding. It communicates information, and ideas travel from one person to the next through language.
As babies, our first goal is to learn the language. Master the fundamentals. Learn your scales. And most of us are fully satisfied with this.
Great writers, however, aren’t.
They go on to experiment with language. Bend it to their will. Manhandle it. Even misuse it.
In this 7-minute episode of Rough Draft with Demian Farnworth, you’ll discover:
- What great composers have always known about greatness
- The quirks of three great writers
- What you must do before you misuse the software
- And more!
Rough Draft on iTunes