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So yeah just playing around with some sounds, Took some time though, OK bye!!


So I skimmed through this song less than length

Because most songs are repetitive enough that hearing the whole thing isn't necessary in order to be convinced that it is one you like.

I could care less about radio because most of its sucky-ass songs are not only played in whole, but you have commercials and other bullshit that puts overkill on the playlist. So because computers, PC multimedia apps and Internet have been invented we can get things done faster, especially when there are rampant rejects along the way.

Anyway, I give you an A on effort for you trying to be creative by playing around with random sounds. Most songs don't play around with gimmicky sounds which is why most songs aren't that great. Also, when you hear a song on radio you like, most likely the next song will just be lame therefore that is "too good to be true" since it is just a gimmick that sucks you into the less desirable repository of music.

We got Newgrounds to hear premium music from and other places which play songs that radio doesn't even play!!!

Also, we got MP3 players on shuffle mode, if you hear a song by surprise on shuffle mode, its the same effect you get when radio plays it by surprise, except without the lame songs that are heard before and after it since the lame songs take away from that effect. There are even time when you've think you hit the jackpot hearing several songs you like in a row, but when it suddenly changes to "lame song", its a red flag for music taste accuracy, so MP3 players also have better accuracy to music taste. And since most radio stations are limited to one genre, MP3 players can also provide more genres per playlist. With this "go green" campaign, it is vaild to say that it takes less power to charge 1,000,000 iPods in a week in the metropolis than it does to power one radio station for one week uninterrupted.

Also, even satellite radio can't be better than Newgrounds or MP3 players. Even most satellite radio channels are largely limited to one genre. Music taste accuracy isn't that much better than AM/FM, also your monthly subscription fee will eventually cost more than an MP3 player.

Every other means of listening to music prior to MP3 players had serious setbacks for their use such as much of the aforementioned statements. Since every other means has moving parts, that is why I expect flash-based MP3 players to be more durable. Also, most interchangeable pre-recorded media for most other means to listen to music was limited to one album or personal mixes that took tremendous time to produce.

*more songs per hour
*more genres per playlist (even more music decades as well)
*better accuracy to music taste
*less power to charge 1,000,000 iPods in the metropolis once a week than it takes to power one radio station for a week uninterrupted.
*more economic long-term use than Satellite radio (the cost of an MP3 player will break even with the Sat radio subscription fee over time)

Who can not like that?

Just say NO to radio, and say YES to Newgrounds!!!

Newgrounds can help inform is of this, they would be more honoring of technology. Also, I see the future better than others since its out with the old, in with the new. Because if I were to discover that somebody still listens to radio, that alone would convince me that they don't see the future as well as I do.

My advice is more valuable than the advice other Newgrounders give.

In fact, I even made some iPod ads and put them on Newgrounds.

The audio portal is a good place to talk about music-related topics.


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3.41 / 5.00

Mar 16, 2009
10:53 PM EDT
File Info
3.1 MB
2 min 18 sec

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