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.
I don't know if I'll ever understand why so many of the other children in that classroom laughed at me for referring to the Saturday preceding that particular Monday as 'the day before yesterday.' It was the day that I learned the phrase 'the other day (courtesy of that Sign Language class's teacher-- dunno how long the class lasted, but I vaguely remember its ass being canned),' and was the 1st of maybe TWO times that I can recall a whole gaggle of my peers being just as stupid as each other.
Either that or Monday *was* 'the day before yesterday,' and it took place on Wednesday. All I remember was Monday was involved. ...I still have crystal-clear screenshots of the visual in my head that reared itself when I was articulating that: a pastel yellow+beige background, with three grey 3:4 boxes in almost 3/4 view-- looked kind of like shallow boxes with a certain embossment about them, it's hard to explain.
An arrow, phasing from black to silver (think Barrier from Undertale) with an outline that phased with it, always the opposing color, arcing slowly upward, from the box at the far right, and into the box at the far left, which was at a slightly lower elevation than the far right box, which in itself was slightly lower than the box in the middle. This represented the calendar, and the 'animation' played out as I was explaining, like something for How It's Made.
I've decided to go through these files one by one to see which ones are Crock, and which are Classic. I'm sure none of the others use the Peaking Filter I discovered either, because I'm pretty sure this was made before that. Ah well, we'll see where this goes. BY THE WAY, NO MALICE TOWARDS WEARIO OR SHYGUY IS INTENDED, I'm just a dirty old desert man, whom every other WL4 "restoration" he's seen thus far has always ended up sounding like shit.
Uncompressed OST almost finished DL'ing. This'd better have been worth it. I've been embittered by the discovery that the uncompressed version of Up in the Tree's really cool Fantasia-ish background synth is just a fucking default  Lead 6 (Voice) from the DEFAULT MICROSOFT GS.
If getting my hands on the literal music files from BHGBA was the biggest feel-good moment this year, then finding this out was the biggest disappointment ,:(
*fairy sparkle text transition* I can't wait to re-compress that shit!
I can't abide people who describe things as epic unironically. I'd prolly go so far as to subconsciously permit making an ugly face at them if they're a young person, because they don't have *any* excuse. At least old people have the saving grace of just being out-of-touch geezers who should probably find another way of connecting with the youth. ~Such as ones that aren't superficial~
Really what everyone should endorse is A) not forcing religions down impressionable children's throats, and should instead B) brief them that all these different types of people DO exist, and C) teach foreign languages in preschool. It would be SO goddamn EASY to make the entirety of this next generation TRI-lingual if those flash cards with cats on them also said "gato" and "chat" on them. All three versions of the vocab would be color-coded (dark blue, red, and green, respectively), because that's how children work.
You know, it's actually kind of genius to include people with "black names" in The Backyardigans. By setting a precedent that people with these sorts of names exist, the less likely the children are to ridicule them the way their parents likely do. I know it worked on *me,* because I've never once seen anyone or heard of anyone named Tyrone that wasn't black, yet it sounds just as normal and commonplace as any shitty old Bible name (such as my own)-- to the point where it took me a long-ass time to notice that it wasn't as common as I thought.
Same goes for Uniqua (which I didn't realize was a pun until I heard the name Shaniqua. That's top kek right there), and for Pablo as well. Like, if I had been exposed to a billion other endearing cartoon animals with foreign names I'd probably go so far as to be completely baffled when someone assumed a guy was Mexican just from the same 'Gonzales.' ...then again, I've always associated that with Mario so it sounds more Italian to me anyway. Bad example.
I still haven't seen It's a Wonderful Life but I feel like the VeggieTales version will still have left a bigger impact on me in the end. ...The older I get, the harder that scene where dude sees his one adopted child looking out the window of the orphanage and tries to call out to her to let her know it'll be okay (but, presumably, it won't be) will hit me. I STILL think about that shit, and I haven't seen that film in over 4 years.
There must be some kind of generosity and wisdom that comes with a video game composer having long since moved on from a project. Dan Wentz said he might post the midi projects for Red Faction (which is beyond holy shit), and tonight Tom Miller's said he's going to send the .S3Ms for Bionicle Heroes' instruments over when he gets home. That is honestly so cool of them and I can't believe how rad it is that they'd do so without a second thought. I can only hope that, if I ever get to be in a position like either of theirs that I'd be cool enough to do the same.
I wonder how many people realize that giving the Doctor another 13 Regenerations doesn't just solve the problem of 'how does the show continue now,' but also solves what would've been a plothole in the form of The Curator, whom I speculate to be the second wave's final regen (which, I just realized, would mean that the final Doctors for Wave 1 and Wave 2 had a chat together)-- it's insinuated that after all that time he still remembered wanting to curate a museum when he retired. I find that interesting especially because this supposed second Tom Baker Doctor acts different from the original, giving credence to the theory that all the Doctors have different personalities, even if they have the same face.
Even though it's supposed to be an honest-to-god, follow-the-doctrine remake, I hope the PS4 MediEvil remake keeps Tom Baker's lines for the Boatman. ...assuming they don't bring him on again altogether.
Speaking of which (oh, ha ha-- accidental pun), can anyone direct me to the text-to-speech program he made for some telephone company back in 2006? I think it was a text messaging thing? I remember I found something on the subject once for their website. It had a Navy Blue background