Rather than finish my Vocab activities for English, I decided to remake the intro to Theory of Everything by DJ Nate in FL Studio.
This is one that I actually didn’t plan on doing(I still have two others that were in the works before this one…) but I just got really into it after a friend showed it to me (Thanks Jeff 🙂
I enjoyed doing this one, the main riff is awesome!
Including the original clips from “The time machine” where the vocals come from.
#1 “This is a time machine” @ 1:28 is from 11:00 in the movie,
#2 “I wonder, now here is the most important question, to which I hope to find an answer. Can man control his destiny? Can he change the shape of things to come?” @ 1:58 is at 11:26 in the movie.
I can link the original video samples below if needed.
I made/shot/rendered the whole thing in under 2 hours.
Tomorrow is my birthday! I’ve been working on this cover on and off between my work on Clutterfunk for about two weeks now.
This is one of my all time favorite songs from waterflame, I don’t know why it took me this long to get around to transcribing it…
To celebrate hitting 10,000 subscribers on youtube, I made another medley of songs from Geometry Dash. (more…)
Here’s Dimrain47’s “Duality” covered on piano. The version without the background music can be found below, as well as downloads in the midi, mp3, ogg, wav, and mp4(of the video) formats.
The creator of synthesia recently added a couple of cool features, and combined with a few tools i made, you can make some great songs!
For the following you need a few things, you will need synthesia metadata editor, and a midi file.
You can get:
Synthesia metadata editor here: https://github.com/Synthesia-LLC/metadata-editor/releases
And a sample midi file here: http://joeybabcock.me/music/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/ATHESPEEDOFLIGHT1.mid
1: Change song properties (more…)