I'm actually an evangelical atheist, but there is something I recognise about religion: that it gives people a chance to surrender.
I periodically realize every few years that the only person whose taste I really trust is me.
The basis of computer work is predicated on the idea that only the brain makes decisions and only the index finger does the work.
I like the idea of a kind of eternal music, but I didn't want it to be eternally repetitive, either. I wanted it to be eternally changing. So I developed two ideas in that way. 'Discreet Music' was like that, and 'Music for Airports.' What you hear on the recordings is a little part of one of those processes working itself out.