|Music by The opinion of the entire Baltimore school board - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 12:35pm|
|I note that Jesus' website ** includes a useful .mp3 file of 80 x 30-second snippets of music, loosely suitable for circuits (ranging from Gorillaz to Duran Duran and the "twisty Levis" ad to B*witched). Anyone able to equip the FaT site with somethjing similar, but more musically credible. It would be good desk-listening music for bored employees and also useful for next Term's FaT circuits. Anyone got any ideas of how we'd replay it in the BH?
** that's the Cambridge College, not the spiritual icon. Although, if it were the laatter, it WOULD add succour to the claim that "God is a DJ".
|by Avalanches is above, business continues below - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 12:53pm|
The opinion of the entire Baltimore school board said: Anyone got any ideas of how we'd replay it in the BH?This bit is easy - you give all the tracks to Jonathon Davies (or someone else with the same software) who can then copy them onto a CD which will work in a CD player. Adding the 10 second gaps between the 50 second snippets is equally easy.
|by More juice on your chin - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 12:58pm|
|That's very useful information. I have no wish to go down the Bop playlist road, so will take a look at this. Nice one.|
|by Yes, some birds are funny when they talk - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 3:32pm|
|Alternatively, we could report them to the music industry and get JCBC a nice 5 figure fine.
I can mix CD's, and superimpose "Go", "Half-way" and "Change" on them (or any existing CD) no problem. Who's voice should I use for this (preferably comedy, not Mark and Lard)?
|by And tighten your buttocks - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 3:57pm|
More juice on your chin said: That's very useful information. I have no wish to go down the Bop playlist road, so will take a look at this. Nice one.P.S. Isn't it "pour juice on your chin"? I'm probably wrong...
|by Ranagazoo - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 4:03pm|
And tighten your buttocks said: P.S. Isn't it "pour juice on your chin"? I'm probably wrong...http://www.alwaysontherun.net/avalanches.htm#13
has the solution.
|by I promised my girlfriend I'd play the violin - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 8:11pm|
|I think we should have JPD's voice. Either that or Stephen Hawking.
|by He was white as a sheet - Fri 21st Dec 2001, 8:43pm|
Ranagazoo said: http://www.alwaysontherun.net/avalanches.htm#13Noooooo, you've just given away what the stupid names are to everybody who doesn't know ;-)
I could record Andrew Fisher giving encouragement - "Go! Come on, you can do anything for 50 seconds... 4, if I were to say anything to you, what would it be? Remember, it is very unlikely that you will actualy die... Half-way. I want you to be ready to kill a man. Commit with the legs... 4! Last few reps to beat Emma. You're going to trash them. And now push... Change. OK, now I know you're tired, but I know you want it, and you're going to do it again. Forget about the last exercise - it's in the past. And don't think about the one after - it doesn't matter. I want you to give the next one everything. Attention - Go..." etc...
|by Dexter - Tue 25th Dec 2001, 7:21pm|
|I had been thinking of doing something similar actually - with bleeps or recordings of short people shouting 'change' and 'go' to mark the intervals. In fact, I should probably start collecting such samples, so if anyone who has the technolody would like to send me recordings of themselves / family / friends saying those words or adding your own encouraging touches, then I'll see what I can do about producing a circuits playlist|
|by Mrs Fishborne - Wed 26th Dec 2001, 4:06pm|
|Sounds like a good plan. Can we record coxes during outings and use their calls? :) There was that recording of Brad Parr wasn't there?|
|by club cripple - Sat 29th Dec 2001, 4:43pm|
|Although, as in the bleep test, there would need to be two 'Go!'s at the beginning of the recording a known length of time apart, to detect any stretching of the tape.|