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  • It is genuinely baffling how MIDI makers will get notes in the goddamn lyrics section wrong when that's the part everyone and their fucking mother knows. Just now, I heard an example of this in a demo mp3 for a MIDI published by the number one paid subscription MIDI service. How did they not get fired???
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    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Related: people who insert their own "artistic liberties" into their sequence that claims to be a song "recreated in MIDI" need to be fined. Like, that's false advertising, and second of all the artistic liberties you took (most likely) sound like shit, (so most likely) fuck you
    it's so weird to think that i've been using this same pseudonym for over half my life now
    i literally have to be reminded that toa tahu is who i am named for it's become so instinctual.
    Considering that it plays in real time, following a MIDI sequence; how in the HELL does The Moon's Lamppost actually work?
    It's honestly really obnoxious how good of an investment having a "Door Closing" stick has been.
    Just a Wario Fan
    Just a Wario Fan
    Continue, please. This sounds like it's gonna be fun to hear.
    i got a pair of studio headphones for Christmas, and Jesus Christ that's a lot of treble
    Just a Wario Fan
    Just a Wario Fan
    Does it have lots of bass too? I'd rather have a lot of that in my headphones. Most headphones aren't doing very well on this.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Apparently the sound spectrum I'm hearing through these phones is supposed to be how headphones sound optimally. Rather obnoxiously, this causes some samples I use to feel a bit tinny when I have them open in FL. But yeah, the bass is about as good as my previous pair of regular headphones. It's just that there's more treble than there used to be.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    I'm happy to report that I'm now more-or-less used to them now, so the sound spectrum feels normal again. so, now i just have a pair of good-ass headphones :0-)
    One thing that I find interesting about the human condition is; right now I'm currently listening to music, and it sounds loud to me, despite my volume only being at 32%. Meanwhile, I distinctly remember thinking to myself that '52% sounded too quiet' just this morning.
    Just a Wario Fan
    Just a Wario Fan
    That's because your hearing isn't always equally sensitive. This could be because your ears have to get some rest after they are exposed to sound, music for example, for an extended amount of time. Make sure you give your ears the rest they deserve, or else you might get hearing damage.
    the nexrt thing i saw, fat albert was on screen, but je looked too far realistic for NES.
    "hey hey hey, you're gonna die kid" i dident believe my ears, that was some crisp audio? not even bitcrushed at all! what was going on here???
    Could we please change the name of the Haha reaction back to "Funny"
    There are so many different tiers of amusement, both above and below that which would accompany a "haha". Obviously, this goes for WF post reactions, too and also, "haha" next to the cry-laughing emoji looks really dumb
    does anyone know how I can get my hands on the old Android emoji's, the ones they've apparently gotten rid of in favor of some more universal (read: bland) updates? I've got some Lo-Res JPEG's on my PC already, but I want HQ copies if I can get them. These loser journalist sites are somehow able to get them, so how do I do that?
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    I suppose I could try to basically put in each and every one of them into a Memo on my phone, then take a screencap. ...Assuming said phone hasn't been "updated" already.
    Magma
    Magma
    Emojipedia might have what you want. They show how emoji look on different devices as well as showing older versions of emojis from previous builds.
    One of my favorite le monke moments of the gaming industry was when Rare was showing off their working prototype for Donkey Kong Country, and the executives went over and checked to make sure they weren't cheating by having a hidden IBM computer behind the scenes running SAWCH STUHNNING AWNBELIEVABLE GREAPHICS
    CM30
    CM30
    Yeah, Donkey Kong Country's graphics were amazing, especially for the time.
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