This assignment I have to do says to list all the equipment I'd have in my "dream studio" and how it'd all be connected, then has the audacity to tell me that I can't list a laptop, it has to be a desktop. That's kind of understandable, since you'd practically tear your arms off when the cord lengths run out and you're suddenly snagged on a metric ton of metal and plastic and shit, but at the same time, *FUUUUCK yooouuuu.* The setup I already have is good enough for me, why isn't it for you?
Just gimme the synth Dan Wentz uses, the name of that marimba-ish sample from Up in the Trees, and a quickstart guide on how to make synth presets, and I'll be good as far as my setup goes for the perceivable future. Get lost, old-timer.
This morning I had a dream where I was recording footage of a non-existent GBA WarioWare title, but I was apparently recording it in GIF mode, so the part that I was glad was recorded, where someone was speaking in sync with Wario's mouth movement, had no sound.
To be honest, though, recording footage in GIF format should exist.
"The vertical positions of the neumes were not sufficiently differentiated so as to show the pitches." Well if they were supposed to help you remember the notes to hit, then what the fuck was the point in writing it down?
It's a damn shame that hommes & femmes don't become childhood friends more often. Because THEN they don't have to worry about going out and spending a shit ton of time trying to figure whether someone they want to fuck is actually the sort of person they'd like to be around, since they're no longer 6 years old and as such can't distinguish lust from legit attraction, are extremely anti-social and afraid of even admitting the desire to be FRIENDS with someone else.
Is it a single-channel echo simulation (adding shorter and softer notes in between the main ones on the same channel) or a legitimate two-channel echo? I think it's single-channel, but I can't really hear the differences between the two types, especially not when the music is quite fast.
"Prince of Persia: the Sands of Time (...) Revealed in March 2003 (...) Released October 23rd, 2003" DAMN, they waited that long to reveal it? Those *kind, kind* bastards.
I wish we could import game unveiling policies like that into the new era (cough) mario odyssey zelda bah-tyoo* etc. (cough)
I've just concocted a filter that works as the reverse for my WL4 Peaking Filter preset. This is good for when you want to make an instrument sound more like it came from Wario Land 4, if only for the sake of making the quality diff. less jarring, and as a bonus, tricking those not already in the know.
"Even more important than these technical specifications are the sound quality, ease of use, and the feel of any synth. These are more difficult to quantify and require musicians to actually experience the instrument in order to determine if it is right for their production needs." yes hello um what the fuck does this mean?
Do I need to pick up a bass guitar and play the shit before I can decide whether I can use it (in your shitty Reason 10)? Or does it just mean I need to spend some time with it before I use it, in which case no fuckin' shit.
Oh yeah, this class is meant for people who've never used MIDI anything before (in which case why the fuck are you using reason 10). I remember *I* was a dumbass in the beginning-- I didn't even understand to line up notes with the grid because I didn't know how tempo worked yet. It was literally ugly.
It can be heard in a lot of NES and other 8-bit games, and this penetrating, instantly regonisable sound gives me a huge nostalgia boost, even when it occurs in games that I haven't played. I assume it's a high-pitched, heavily modified 25% square wave, but I'm far from sure.
Big Bad Wolf: *tries to blow the house down once... twice... thrice...*
Stick Pig: *opens a hatch at the top of the door, offers wolf some "Lusterine" mouthwash*
Big Bad Wolf: *pauses a second, realizes what they're implying, slaps it away*
So, I was watching the 'Three Pigs' Merry Melody, and I was thinking to myself, whilst the flute pig & stick pig were dancing gaily, "man, there is no way that there wasn't at least one furry on this animation team." Or, at the very least, this cartoon made at least one furry out of someone. For some really odd the reason the two of them had this tag-team sensual energy to them and it confuses me. And the way they followed the Big Bad Wolf behind a rock with those looks on their faces felt like the beginning of a hentai or something. I'm not a full-on furry-- that's the jester's job-- but I won't deny that there's definitely something there.