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(Onion AV Club)   Hans Zimmer dropped a mad set at Coachella with Lebo M, Pharrell, and a full orchestra   ( avclub.com) divider line
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2017-04-18 09:42:55 AM  
Needs more Ant Man music.
 
2017-04-18 10:51:40 AM  
Interesting choice for Coachella.
 
2017-04-18 11:13:57 AM  

Polish Hussar: Needs more Ant Man music.


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// haha, subby is trying to talk like a kid
 
2017-04-18 01:07:07 PM  
BWAAAAAAM!
 
2017-04-18 01:09:54 PM  
the crowd kept cheering "YOU'RE SO COOL!"
 
2017-04-18 01:34:20 PM  
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Did he play "Insane in the Brain"?
 
2017-04-18 01:57:18 PM  
The fact that the words "dropped a mad set" means that a good thing happened makes me a little bit sad about the current state and probable future of the English language.
 
2017-04-18 01:59:02 PM  
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R.I.P. Hans

am I doing this right?
 
2017-04-18 02:14:53 PM  
My doctor won't let me do drugs, east filthy grilled cheese sandwiches, and stand out in the hot sun under dressed anymore.
I have to miss out on all this culture.

On the other hand, I am allowed to wear a tuxedo, and go to the opera, so there is that.
 
2017-04-18 02:16:27 PM  

Oreamnos: The fact that the words "dropped a mad set" means that a good thing happened makes me a little bit sad about the current state and probable future of the English language.


Yo!
Cash you outside.
Right?
 
2017-04-18 02:35:55 PM  
 
2017-04-18 02:40:53 PM  

Oreamnos: The fact that the words "dropped a mad set" means that a good thing happened makes me a little bit sad about the current state and probable future of the English language.


Language evolves and is nearly always the domain of the young.  That is the way it has always been.  You use the word "sad" here to mean unhappy but its original meaning was "satisfied and exhausted" such as one would be after a heavy meal.  It's ok.
 
2017-04-18 03:18:49 PM  

gshepnyc: Oreamnos: The fact that the words "dropped a mad set" means that a good thing happened makes me a little bit sad about the current state and probable future of the English language.

Language evolves and is nearly always the domain of the young.  That is the way it has always been.  You use the word "sad" here to mean unhappy but its original meaning was "satisfied and exhausted" such as one would be after a heavy meal.  It's ok.


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2017-04-18 04:03:50 PM  

Oreamnos: The fact that the words "dropped a mad set" means that a good thing happened makes me a little bit sad about the current state and probable future of the English language.


Curmudgeoning is only interesting when it's funny. Otherwise, it's simply tiresome.
 
2017-04-18 04:38:13 PM  
Just watched some of the clips & Tina Guo, who I never heard of, stole that show. Amazing! Plus, you know that guy behind the Pepsi commercial was going 'See...see? I wasn't wrong about that part."
 
2017-04-18 06:03:36 PM  

isamudyson: Just watched some of the clips & Tina Guo, who I never heard of, stole that show. Amazing!


I know Tina (I'm a pro violinist). Yes, she's a good player and very theatrical. If you follow her on FB  you'll she that she can be a character. I'm also a composer/orchestrator. I'm in my studio right now using my Tina Guo Cello sample library made by a company called Cinesamples. It's really cool and very impressive.
 
2017-04-18 06:49:22 PM  

Musikslayer: isamudyson: Just watched some of the clips & Tina Guo, who I never heard of, stole that show. Amazing!

I know Tina (I'm a pro violinist). Yes, she's a good player and very theatrical. If you follow her on FB  you'll she that she can be a character. I'm also a composer/orchestrator. I'm in my studio right now using my Tina Guo Cello sample library made by a company called Cinesamples. It's really cool and very impressive.


Since you chimed in (and thanks for the positive word on her other work), maybe you can answer a question I have. I know she was using an electronic Cello, so why the two side pieces that stick out from it & the one at the top left? I get the back piece so it can rest against her & give her space but the two on the side just look like decoration. Do they have any actual use or just there to convey the look of 'a cello" as opposed to a big stick?
 
2017-04-18 10:14:05 PM  

isamudyson: Musikslayer: isamudyson: Just watched some of the clips & Tina Guo, who I never heard of, stole that show. Amazing!

I know Tina (I'm a pro violinist). Yes, she's a good player and very theatrical. If you follow her on FB  you'll she that she can be a character. I'm also a composer/orchestrator. I'm in my studio right now using my Tina Guo Cello sample library made by a company called Cinesamples. It's really cool and very impressive.

Since you chimed in (and thanks for the positive word on her other work), maybe you can answer a question I have. I know she was using an electronic Cello, so why the two side pieces that stick out from it & the one at the top left? I get the back piece so it can rest against her & give her space but the two on the side just look like decoration. Do they have any actual use or just there to convey the look of 'a cello" as opposed to a big stick?


The pieces simulate the top of a "real " cello. My electric violin looks like a stick. I learned the hard way that string players need the top pieces to judge shifting. You rely on your hand hitting those pieces since you learned that way. One can play in the lower positions,  but it's  very difficult to play a stick cello or violin without those pieces to make the playing feel like a regular acoustic instrument.
 
2017-04-19 06:37:34 AM  

Musikslayer: isamudyson: Musikslayer: isamudyson: Just watched some of the clips & Tina Guo, who I never heard of, stole that show. Amazing!

I know Tina (I'm a pro violinist). Yes, she's a good player and very theatrical. If you follow her on FB  you'll she that she can be a character. I'm also a composer/orchestrator. I'm in my studio right now using my Tina Guo Cello sample library made by a company called Cinesamples. It's really cool and very impressive.

Since you chimed in (and thanks for the positive word on her other work), maybe you can answer a question I have. I know she was using an electronic Cello, so why the two side pieces that stick out from it & the one at the top left? I get the back piece so it can rest against her & give her space but the two on the side just look like decoration. Do they have any actual use or just there to convey the look of 'a cello" as opposed to a big stick?

The pieces simulate the top of a "real " cello. My electric violin looks like a stick. I learned the hard way that string players need the top pieces to judge shifting. You rely on your hand hitting those pieces since you learned that way. One can play in the lower positions,  but it's  very difficult to play a stick cello or violin without those pieces to make the playing feel like a regular acoustic instrument.


Capo basicaly:(
 
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