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I was actually looking to see if anyone made a video playing violin or cello to "One Thing Leads to Another" by The Fixx, when I found "One Thing: Laura Escudé – Controlled randomness" - VERY interesting effects for violinists arranging/composing music!
Questions are the basis of creativity, so they should be encouraged and followed thru with practical answers, along with more leading questions.
Any area of learning should explore the broadest scope possible, a daunting task today - but teachers should always encourage a broader view/experience.
E.g., if you set out to experience French Cuisine, you'll discover a truffle or truffle oil - and your senses will be elevated!
My point is, one thing (idea) should lead to another (rewarding discovery).
What are we missing out on?
Well... why aren't more teachers placing any emphasis on teaching how it's different to play E/V or E/Cello, or how to utilize and create with all the types of electronic equipment?
Guitarists don't have a monopoly here!