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LoL! I know none of you will enjoy this. It is my physics homework that is due tomorrow. I'm posting it to show a friend who can't open the file I sent her. Anyway, enjoy it if you can.
i hate to sound like a noob, but this is the shit man....rock on. got milk?.... kawa......
Hahaha that voice made me laugh so hard because it kept cutting in and out and when he laughed at the end he sounded so stupid xDDD I never knew about that anyway. It has enhanced my guitar knowledge O_O
lol good for the reason it was intended to be used
yes.....very annoying voice!!! lol if i were (insert teacher name here) that would definatley get an A mother fucking + muahahahahaha!!!
Not cool but not intended to be!
Wow, this was pretty cool, I already know all about this because I too play guitar but I'm going to show this to all of my ignorant noob guitarist friends, good work!!!
Heh. Not Bad
Nicely done. I sorta like it.
Obviously not the greatest flash on the site, you did a good job putting this together. Just reminds me of how many slackers went to my highschool. 'A' for sure.
The flow you used to get across the information was very good. Perhaps a little slow, but it was very even and was good for keeping my attention. Moreso, you didn't rush anything at any given part, which was also nice.
Your graphical style, while not outstanding was good and fairly appropriate, and the voice synching was dead on, as far I saw.
Truely, the highlight had to be the introductory line to the images 'Some pictures of guitars I found which should be admired by all' (I paraphrase, I'm sure). That got me chuckling, despite the true awesomery of guitars and related stringed instruments.
The only real suggestion I could have made would have been to add sound for the guitar strings to give people a better idea of the amplification process. Ie: The string is plucked, play a quiet, unamplified pluck, then show it being electrically routed in to an amp and play it back as an amplied pluck.
Beyond that, you could expand upon this to cover the general electronic process and physical understanding of guitars, stringed instruments, or musical instruments on whole, depending on how far you wanted to go.
Good stuff. Keep it up.
Wow. Giant review! Thanks for the tips - I know it seems kind of slow but the assignment says the visual portion should be 5-8 minutes, not 2 as in this animation lol. Anyway, all I had to do was explore the laws of electromagnetism at play in an electric guitar situation. Going into details with the amplifiers functioning and other instrumental aspects is not necessary - it would not be marked for it. I do agree with you on the part about me playing the guitar, and so I might bring my guitar in. Don't know forsure but it is a possibility.
Thanks again for your positive comments, hopefully my teacher appreciates this - he doesn't like me.
Pilot for my new show!
A story about a worm, a beetle and a very hungry bird…
New video for you to watch, while we wait for the next plague to happen...
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