I didn’t say you should leave now.
Interesting on how the pacing, and the meaning, can change based on where you choose to place the emphasis.
Music notation is not like that.
The composer provides the note to play, the time signature to play it in, the exact time each note should be played; even the volume with which the note should be played. Written language doesn’t have that kind of flexibility.
There is not much room for readers to add their own words to a written piece.
Consider these thoughts when producing advertising.
The language of ads must be clear, simple, and to the point. It should cause an emotional response without depending on a specific performance from the reader. By writing simple and clear advertising, the results of the consumer’s interpretation will be music to your ears.