"I really wish procrastination wasn't so big of an inspiration." Especially because I've realized the song I thought to cover, which inspired the post I'm quoting, works *really* well with Wario's voice clips, in addition to the soundfont, which has me elated to eventually get back to it.
Propellerhead actually responded to one of my vent posts where I ranted about all the shit Reason 10 gives you from the get-go, and it was the one where I superficially asked where the Piano Roll was-- which was thoughtful, I suppose-- but now I kind of feel bad, because it sobered me to the fact that I'm getting mad at the wrong person. Up until now it was just a faceless company but now it's a bit less faceless and so it bothered me a little.
I don't want to lay into the teacher about making me put up with this shit, because I'm sure that I'm like one case in the last few semesters that's having to learn a second (seemingly inferior, definitely less user-friendly) music-making software as opposed to my first-- making an exception for me would be ridiculous. That doesn't stop me from hating Reason 10, but I immediately am disliking the Music Production class so far from the fact that I have to use it.
As their names suggest, if you're on PC, I recommend listening to the former (assuming you don't plan on doing any arranging once downloaded like I would). If you're using Google Play Music, definitely go for the latter. I have no clue what either one would sound like on Apple Music (assuming it plays MIDIs), so that one's up to you.
Really, the only immediately detectable difference is whether 'ShhShh' will be a Breath Noise or an Agogo, but when the sound's level of intrusiveness effectively gets swapped depending on the platform, it's a big one in practice.
Every now & then I remember Spike from Transformers is currently the official voice for Captain Hook (and fucking Count Dooku), and every time my respect for Corey Burton completely reinvigorates itself.
Interestingly, WL4's "[43,0] Square" preset is almost identical to the actual bass for the original Burning Heat.
Add that, plus the [19,2] Bass Organ (as I often do), and it sounds pretty dope. I also wanted to give off that Arabian Nights, Fiery Cavern type of vibe, so I included the Oboe and Hotel Horror Strings, respectively, to help boost the sound. What was originally a Tubular Bell I inserted as a Beyond the Headrush, if I recall-- it's kind of hard to hear, but it's there, and even works as a third harmony.
Tahutoa, this place is not Twitter. Can you please tone to number of profile posts down a bit? You can keep posting but if you keep doing it too much it gets hard to scroll and read other people's posts. Thank you.
Are there any words that you pronounce differently as a result of associating the word with something? For example: I've always pronounced "Keygen" as "Kee Genn," like as in gift, and it's entirely because of The King Downloads Sony Vegas
On average, how many people do you think have seen Shirley Temple when she was an adult?
...How many MORE people do you think know her from *that* advert for the box set that was on every fuckin' DVD for cartoons from the 30s/40s/50s made in the last decade, and nothing else for the most part?
"Animal Crackers, in my soup, Monkeys and Rabbits, hoop the loop." I think those are the words. The third to last word is the one I can never remember.