MOF wrote:Really. :)
I've put this loud at parties and the house has come down just fine.
Now be honest, if the only version you’d heard was the 8 bit version, would you be telling all your mates to check it out?
I don't know, as I can't unhear it and check :).
But there's a lot of stuff that I heard in 8 bit first and it did stick! PopCorn was one. Fur Elise, I heard the first time on a carillon, I was quite small and then my older sister was learning to play it on the flute for school (the easy bit) and I went "yes!!". Lots of popular classical pieces, I heard like that.
Mind me, I used "strong" and "weak" just to use two opposites.. I don't mean that music that needs specific sounds or arrangements to work is inferior.
The fact that you feel like getting your guitar out to play along with it suggests to me that you wouldn’t, you should have said you feel the urge to add another 8 bit synth. :D
Thing is, I get the urge to play only if the music is compelling. It's a good test :)
There wouldn’t be enough range, no bass in particular.
Yes of course.. that's exactly the point. The kernel of the musical idea is so strong that survives in any form. I did find versions for solo banjo btw :D
I don’t think it would have come from a nylon guitar, they were in a temporary studio with a mobile recording lorry hooked up outside, all their gear set up and ready to go.
Yeah your right!
P.S. No need to send me an invitation to any parties you might be having in the future.
Haha you'll be always welcome to any of my parties!