I found this article very interesting in the fact that it mentions that sounds these days attempt to emulate and perfect imperfections. We try to find a way to make these imperfections intentional. I think it’s an interesting premise to think about how sometimes what we define perfect can be the complete opposite. The article also mentions that sounds is just raw data waiting to be manipulated. I was amazed about how a poem could be transformed into music and sound. The idea of using the words of poem as the core raw data that can be manipulated to produce sound is nothing less of magic to me. Given that, Krapp asserts that music is not “music” without creativity. Without originality, “music” is nothing but just data. It means nothing. I thought it was fascinating to think of glitch in that aspect. These days, a lot of music seems to be a mass-reproduction of itself. It lacks the creativity and originality. Glitching frees sounds and music from its confines because what it does is directly expose those inner workings of the data it is composed of.