Let's write a song one note at a time

Let's write a song one note at a time
#51
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
All the B's on a piano, simultaneously, one beat
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#52
RE: Let's write a song one note at a time
A
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#53
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immerse the sheet music into hot coffee to give it that distinct musical taste
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#54
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G#
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#55
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Ed (that's a half-flat sign, because I can't even find that in Unicode)
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#56
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Set tempo to 5 bpm
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#57
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G flat
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#58
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bike horn
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#59
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a tempo
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#60
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Set tempo to 500 bpm
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#61
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The last note that was played in the fourth octave, but transposed to the fifth.
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#62
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The note that was on the third post last page

(The display reads "2")
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#63
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Whatever note is four half steps above that, simultaneously and for the same duration
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#64
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A tenacious D

(When do we get an in-progress listen? This probably sounds like ass at this point but I'm hype)
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#65
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(06-08-2016, 03:32 PM)Schazer Wrote: »(When do we get an in-progress listen? This probably sounds like ass at this point but I'm hype)

This is definitely on my list of things to do when I'm free of exams hell (i.e. after Monday), but exactly how achievable a strict interpretation would be I don't know. I reckon the piano parts could be stitched together given a couple of separate recordings? In which case I could maybe make something out of them...

Also, an E flat, I guess.
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#66
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F natural
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#67
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Handclap
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#68
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A post-it note.
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#69
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I made an attempt. Unfortunately, I don't have a working microphone, so I couldn't do the "repeat everything but say what the instruction is" part, but I think it's more than fine without that so far.

Attempt at the current state of this song
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#70
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That is an absolute work of art.

Ravel's "Bolero" begins in the background, at half volume. It continuously loops through the first iteration of the melody.
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#71
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I liked the end of the song the most.

A cowbell slowed down 5x
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#72
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Kíeros that is utterly astonishing and has basically made my vague offering moot.

...except I wanted to enable the voiced repetition, so here's a quick and dirty one-take recording of me reading all the relevant instructions.

Set BPM to the current post number, then play a root position G major chord from the most recently played G.
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#73
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Play any meme song
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#74
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Five seconds into aforementioned song, play an A flat minor chord involving B4.
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#75
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Alter into riverdance style.
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