One Disneyland attraction you'd close immediately, and one Disneyland attraction you'd save forever. Also, what's your favorite "area music" in Disneyland?
Close Innoventions (it’s a building full of Marvel ads now) and keep Haunted Mansion as the Haunted Mansion forever and keep Tim Burton out of it. Also, my favorite music in the -entire- park, or any Disney park, is this creepy little woodwind tune (is it an oboe? What does it sound like to you guys?) that plays in the Blue Bayou area of Pirates of the Caribbean. You can hear it right at the beginning of this recording: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIKmSwJkNJs
That is my absolute favorite music anywhere. I look forward to that goofy music every time I go there. Everyone who has gone on the ride with me knows it. I never shut up about it.
Don’t kill yourself. Just don’t do it! Someone, somewhere out there loves you, and that person is selfishly is tying you to this miserable world with their “feelings.” So what’s a boy to do? If only there were some way to keep yourself from ever being born, no one would ever have to miss you… This…
For those of you who want them, .mp3’s to learn the parts of the “God Only Knows” barbershop quartet in all their synthesized glory. I decided to have the parts played on wind instruments so that repeated notes could be heard clearly.
Hi, have you made those mp3s to each part of "God Only Knows"? I'm trying to get a group of gents together to learn the song and those mp3s would be very helpful. Thanks!
Hello! Unfortunately, I have not gotten around to making the MP3s yet. I’ve been a bit bogged down by school once mid-quarter hit. But the end of the term is near and I should have time to do music things in a couple weeks.
The MP3s will be cheesy, synthesized MIDI sounds. I hope this won’t be a problem as vocal performance is not my forte.
New BioShock Infinite transcriptions in the pipeline.
String players, pianists, vocalists, an instrument that I need to listen more closely to when I’m not drinking it’s not late at night: Suit Up
spoiler: it’s not “The Battle for Columbia I-V”
edit (11/2/13): I was working on “Elizabeth” and “Everybody Wants to Rule the World”. What happened to these? Well, 1) Other people beat me to putting out the transcriptions; 2) School. Though, I have been mulling around with the idea of doing “The Songbird” as an exercise of transcribing aleatoric music.
2. Repeat Shit because the Shit you wrote was Too Short
3. Don’t use Key Signatures, It makes You look Weak
4. Only use Time Signatures like 7/8 or 17/16 if You want Hot Chicks all over Your Nuts
5. Use 64th Notes in a Slow Tempo, even though Your Idea could Probably be Done with Quarter Notes in a Fast Tempo
6. Ask Players for Errors in Playability
7. Ignore Players’ remarks about Errors in Playability
8. Replace all Flats with Quarter Flats and Sharps with 2/3rd Sharps
9. Use a Foreign Word, a Theoretical Concept or a Made Up Word for the Title
10. In the Program Notes, Mention that the Piece was Inspired by the Cosmic Movement of Celestial Bodies in Relation to the Fibonacci Sequence
11. Rehearse the Piece
12. If a Player Demonstrates Two Ways of Playing Something and Asks Which One You Want, Always Pick the Second Way
13. How Long should a Piece be Rehearsed? Doesn’t Matter. The Players will still be Sight-Reading at the World Premiere.
14. If there are Errors in the World Premiere, Tell People it was Supposed to Be Like That
15. Music is Subjective: It doesn’t Matter if People don’t like Your Music. All that Matters is that You like Your Music and that You Enjoy the Process of Creating Something that is Part of an Artform enjoyed by a Very Small Portion of Earth’s Population.
16. Don’t Listen to Your Music in Public, It Makes You Look like a Twat