That squirrel is searching for its nuts.

As I listen to my improvs, I notice that I don't really have much arc to most, or even any of them.  When you create a piece of music, do you know how long it's going to be?  Do you purposefully build to a certain place, and then do the whole golden ratio thing?  Does it even matter if you don't do that?

I'm sensing that most of my music is sort of meditative, and doesn't naturally go anywhere on its own, but I think that's something that I would like it to do.  Or at least some of the time.  Do we let music flow where it wants to flow, or do we guide it into certain channels?  And if we guide it, how do we do that and still sound organic?  Maybe these are some of the things that need to be practiced as an improvisor.

Here we go, Day 12: