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Posted 13 Mar 2013Bad Machinery is probably one of the best webcomics out there. It's about a bunch of kids who investigate mysteries : D It carries itself with a lovely style, and a lovely ADD sense of humour. I'm posting this now cause the latest chapter is wrapping up, and it's been one of my favourites so far. They're done as a series of short stories, so I think you can get away with starting anywhere - some other good ones are the original "Case of the Team Spirit", and "The Case of the Lonely One". Like other webcomics there's a bit of an adjustment period, but this one's a little different because John Allison has been making webcomics for years 8|!! So it's more like a TV show that's a little weird in the first season, but figures itself out later.
John Allison's described Bad Machinery as the "son of Scary Go Round in the same way that Scary Go Round was son of Bobbins". What that boils down to is, the phrase "shares" a cast with SGR is inappropriate 8T The cameo appearances from SGR range from the mutest smatterings of continuity porn, to characters that show up and are barely recognizable. Point being, don't feel obligated to read the older stuff, because there's actually nothing to gain from it in reading Bad Machinery.
So, anyone else read it?
Posted 8 Mar 2013
I'm super pleased that Lhyst is continuing to make music <3<3
EDIT: I'd...I'd correct it, but I'm really bad at spelling the username, I wouldn't know what's right (I referenced it for the subtitle but I still have no confidence)
Posted 4 Feb 2013The news that I was demoted came as an upset and surprise.
I'll be back whenever I stop feeling poopy about it 8T And I'm not sure of the timeframe.
You can find me on YT, Soundcloud, UTAforum maybe, I dunno. I might try to be more active on Skype. I dunno.
I wish you guys well.
Posted 1 Feb 2013I'm not sure whether or not this ship has sailed by now, but here's a topic separate from the newspost for discussions about the trial/usage of Gumi.
So, here is where you should post
- your experiences with the trial/bank
- thoughts on her pronunciation
- that thing that you were working on
- that thing you were having a problem with
- that thing that you love about working with her voice
I'm working on a song with her right now. I'm a little nervous about how the pronunciation will be received XD;; I think she has an excellent range, and you can get some good pitch work in with her (even if it takes a bit to get used to...I'm used to a less delicate style of work, so I got better results after setting the PBS back to 1).
EDIT: Shortly I will post all the writeups, complaints, comments etc. that I can dig up from this and the earlier news post, down here, in as chronological and comprehensive a fashion as I can.
and it'll happen over here
Posted 30 Jan 2013So I'm making a song for Gumi right now. I decided that I'd rather not fuss over making a bunch of different instruments play nice with each other, so I arranged a song with only a drum kit, and a Grand Piano (And a glockenspiel that I'm gonna forget about, if I'm not careful! Maybe I should put in a guitar instead? uhh well I'm still at a stage where things are sort of flexible)
rambles aside: the piano's filling out most of the song, providing notes from the bass up. So, in this case, how should I treat it in the mix?
1. Should the bass notes be EQ'd differently from the treble notes, or can I just throw the same curve on everything?
2. Should the piano be centered or off-center?
3. Should I pan the bass and treble notes apart? (Well...I'm fairly sure the vsti I used is stereo...)
Quick reminder, I work with sequencers, am comfy with vstis, and mix in Audacity. I have four instruments to mix: Gumi, an Acoustic Piano, a glockenspiel, and a Drum Kit (kick/snare/hats, some other things but not like, anything that wouldn't be in a literal drum kit).
So what do you think?
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