Professor Says KXT DJs, “Robots”, “Mechanicals”

Local Professor Says KXT DJs, “Robots”, “Mechanicals”

Local university professor of media, Dr. Nofakusheir, told a representative of zine Musea that he knows for a fact that all the DJs on KXT-fm are robots, mechanical voices.

Here is our interview”

Musea: Why do you say KXT DJs are robots?

Dr Nofakusheir: Four reasons:

1. Fake names – Alan Roberts? Why not Smith and Jones. Generic names, or two first names put together, fit generic machines. Real people have names that are unusual or hard to pronounce.

2 Fake voices – No humans lack all personality. These can’t be humans – these have to be manufactured. No real person has lived twenty years or more without developing some human characteristics.”

3. Show me the pictures. No one has ever SEEN a KXT DJ in person. Where do they live, in Digital Valley?

4. They say they are AAA format. Do you know what that stands for All Automaton Audio.

Musea: What if they are real? They show DJ photos on the website.

Dr Nofakusheir: These white bread generic models are strictly manufactured photos. Obviously these are doctored pix taken from some face recognition tech article or some robot how-to magazine.

But on the slim chance that these are REAL people, we have a bigger problem. The ‘person’ higher up, claiming to program the DJs to talk in such a bland generic way has to be itself a robot. No human has yet devised a way to wipe all personality out of a human being. That stretches credibility.

Musea: The follow, follow up question is this; did real people manufacture these higher higher ups, or did other machines? If other machines, where does this mechanical web end?

Dr Nofakusheir: Yes it’s turtles all the way down! And if machines did NOT hire them, and the DJs are not machines; then I ask this, why would any real humans play music so bland and generic, unless they too were programable automatons.

Further, no human with real personality and even a smattering of skill in music would ever RECORD this pretend music. (Note KXT refers to this pretend music as tracts, not music! Proof in the terms used!) No human with real personality would release such bland music unless under the pressure of all powerful despicable robotic overlords. No musician would allow his name to be used in such a disgraceful way!

Summing up, that means if the DJs are not fake machines, then it has to be the staff that are the machines programming the DJs. And that is why they only allow robotic generic music.

Musea: We have contacted KXT to deny or confirm the professors theory, but as yet cannot get beyond the mechanical digital phone and website menus.


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One Response to “Professor Says KXT DJs, “Robots”, “Mechanicals””

  1. musea Says:

    Here is a summary of the Music Revolution; 3 old men control 80% of music. (No women.) That’s bad for everyone. The music revolution against it, that’s great. This music revolution is opening the doors to thousands of musicians, and lots of new music in every style..

    The music industry has jumped the shark, we are stuck with only 3 CEOs (Warner, Universal, Sony – all men no women) that control 80% of the music industry, only support the same aging teen pop stars – where 1% of musicians make 70% of the money. Remember, those who love teen pop, no real talent will be hurt by a music revolution based on fair coverage and fair opportunity for all.

    AND the entire music industry is 40% smaller than it was 10 years ago. Global recorded music sales in 2017 were LESS than those of 2008!

    More facts: 99% of streaming revenues go to 10% of musicians. 96.5% of musicians onYoutube don’t earn enough to cross the US poverty line.

    The major 3 make the art, distribute it, promote it on the media outlets they own, and then give themselves great reviews. No media artist has a chance, no matter how good you are!!!

    Where is the music media? What story could be bigger? Corporate media, you can’t pretend this is not happening anymore.

    Who do you support, 3 businessmen or all musicians?
    Show some courage and demand better for all musicians. This is not a time to hide your head in the sand!

    For best music quality, there should be thousands of competing companies, not three; and about half should be run by women. The quality and variety of mainstream music is at an all time low and hasn’t changed much in 10 years. Radio is just ads and nobody is listening, concert tickets are a rip off and hassle, vinyl prices are ridiculous, the music media is just press releases of what they want to promote, awards shows seem fake, best selling music charts can’t be trusted, online streaming sales never get to the musician, music never changes – always the same few promoted over and over- and there is never news of the alternative to all this. Music sales have barely caught up to those of 1999! Most money goes to a few over promoted aging pop stars. (70% goes to 1% of musicians.)

    SEE Texas Video Showdown on youtube, the worst video ever made on purpose, to support the music revolution.
    #TexasVideoShowdownMany are progressive on social and political issues, but couldn’t be more corporate when it comes to music and the arts! Don’t allow 3 companies to control 80% of the entire music industry! Don’t turn your back on all musicians?

    Help by these very small things.
    1. Pass the word that 3 CEO’s control music – all men with no women allowed in key positions – and have done great harm to music, radio, concerts, music media, and music online, as well as ruining the careers of thousands of musicians. Just talking about it helps all musicians everywhere.
    2. Support the Dallas musicians or anyone else that is actively against all this.
    3. Lift a finger, literally, and LIKE your favorite songs and videos. Show you care, lift a finger.
    4. Talk to your favorite music news site and ask why they won’t talk about the music revolution.
    5. Support Pennies for Play, a way for any musician to stream music for pennies on his website without corporations.

    Let’s say there is an innovative site, musician, or music idea. Then what? The same 3 CEOs, either 1. buy out the competition, 2. sue them out of existence, 3. cheat them out of business by lobbying the government, 4. marginalize them and keep them at the minimum wage level, by keeping them from fair reviews and music coverage. Look at napster, soundcloud, or net neutrality. The 3 majors own 18% of Spotify!

    There is a music revolution going on and you can decide which side you want – the side with 3 CEOs that control 80% of the music business and the music media, or all the rest of us.

    The music business is auto tuned!

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