#2
I don't get it....


but I liked it...
...Nothing you've ever...
...Planned on ever turned out...
...The way you planned...


...You're still disappointing them...
#4
10 points for taking what would have otherwise been stupid humour and making it into a brilliantly clever, fully functional -- and even more amazing, enjoyable -- piece of music. This has made my evening.
#5
Quote by icronic
10 points for taking what would have otherwise been stupid humour and making it into a brilliantly clever, fully functional -- and even more amazing, enjoyable -- piece of music. This has made my evening.


I tried to make a relatively normal piece, and have the stupid humour conceiled and hard to find...

It would be hard to find if I erased the text from the piano sheet, but if I did maybe no one would get the other stuff....


Hmm, mainly I was bored...
Last edited by gonzaw at Mar 4, 2009,
#6
Quote by gonzaw
Hmm, mainly I was bored...


No kidding

I think all you were really missing is a repeating Cdim Cm E progression, that gradually increases in volume near the uh.... climax, of the song. Then it truly would be perfect.
#8
Quote by icronic
No kidding

I think all you were really missing is a repeating Cdim Cm E progression, that gradually increases in volume near the uh.... climax, of the song. Then it truly would be perfect.


But you can't create words with that progression

I'll try making something near the "climax" ( ) of the song...
#9
Quote by gonzaw
But you can't create words with that progression



Oh yes you can. Just think of all the ways you can abbreviate a Dim chord, and if you still can't figure it out, perhaps dropping the root from the Cm may further help.
#10
Quote by icronic
Oh yes you can. Just think of all the ways you can abbreviate a Dim chord, and if you still can't figure it out, perhaps dropping the root from the Cm may further help.



Hmm, with the Cdim I kind of figured it out, but with the dropped root of the Cm not so much...


There are so many ways of writing chords and notes that it gets kind of hard
#12
Quote by gonzaw
Hmm, with the Cdim I kind of figured it out, but with the dropped root of the Cm not so much...


There are so many ways of writing chords and notes that it gets kind of hard


Too subtle?

Cº Cm E

aand losing that second C.... Cºme.

Perhaps not as controversial if there were some form of U in the musical alphabet, but that's the best I could do
#13
Quote by icronic
Too subtle?

Cº Cm E

aand losing that second C.... Cºme.

Perhaps not as controversial if there were some form of U in the musical alphabet, but that's the best I could do


Well, I was thinking controversial...
If it isn't controversial literally, it can still be phonetically though, both work I guess....


EDIT: Also it has to sound good so if it doesn't it's a big no
(Hmm, if it does sound bad I guess there are ways around that though)
Last edited by gonzaw at Mar 4, 2009,
#14
whoa, that went right over my head.

I wrote a whole song around the notes F A and G once too.
...Nothing you've ever...
...Planned on ever turned out...
...The way you planned...


...You're still disappointing them...