Mogic considers

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are moving forward with a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

September 05, 2022

Chord progressions you don't know yet

I am creating an accordion chord progression for a company event.

I started a week ago out of necessity and was able to do a little.

As I was doing this, I realized that it had become much easier to start something I didn't know compared to the past.

You can order an instrument with a click of a button, quickly search for sheet music online, watch a different video if you don't understand it, inquire if you have trouble, upload the video if it works, and connect with someone's comment.

In the past, I would look for a music store in the next town, go there and find that it was closed, go there the next day and find that what I wanted was out of stock, order it and find that it was a little different from what I imagined, practice in front of limited sheet music and get stumped.

So, the time has come for a good day to come up with a good idea.

That said, it is unfortunate that it is not always possible to master one new thing after another.

Just as the time and effort required to get started has been shortened, the internal barriers come one after another without mercy.

It's like being interested, starting to do it, getting confused, getting bored, accomplishing a little, but not achieving anything noteworthy, being disappointed by someone who is good at it, and preparing many plausible excuses to forget about it in frustration, before realizing what to do after all.

It seems that no matter how much the environment improves, in the end we still have to find our unknown selves and expose that progression in a faltering manner.