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Did You Hear That?

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May 31, 2009 | 4:38 PM EDT

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[June 7th-13th]
After a message from Mr. Fulp himself, the collab is now front paged! I've never been front paged for anything I submitted. I have for a few collabs and such, but this was submitted under my name! So thank you so much to Tom, and to all the supports. Means a lot, and glad to see some extra exposure for the collab and its participants :)

[June 4th]
I'm pissed off at my own idiocy! I just realized that after all the work I put into this, I never gave it a preloader!!!! How many people watched it, all they saw was a white screen while it was loading, voted 0 and moved on!? Although it is frustrating beyond belief, I can't live in the past. Atleast it's fixed now. Ugh...


"Did You Hear That?" is a collaboration of sound and animation from 10 talented artists here on Newgrounds.

All participants in this collab were hand selected by me, Goat-Man. All activities in this collab were conducted through privatemessages. Meaning members had no interaction with each other, and never knew who they were working with.

Each member was told to hand in one random sound effect.The sound was allowed to be anything that they wanted. I took all handed in sound effects, and organized them into a random order. Each member was given this compiled sound file, and weren't allowed to change it in any way.

Since there were no interactions between members, each animation came out 100% different because they were unable to take ideas from one another.

The name "Did You Hear That?" came from the idea that each sound effect was interpreted differently. So each member heard and invisioned a different scene than the others.

This is actually the first time that members in the collab will be able to see everyone that they worked with throughout the project. But, that was really just me being a tease more than anything :P

Thank you so much to the members for your hard work and efforts.
This was a blast to work on, and I loved organizing it!
I hope you all love how it turned out as much as I do.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

It was pretty inventive i will give you that, but seriously try laying off the acid.

Noodle responds:

Dope is nope


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i loved it

you took a great idea and had alot of fun with it. i think my favorite would have to be the bank one. it was very enjoyable to watch good job to all contributing artists

Noodle responds:

Fun was a key factor. I told people to make their parts to their hearts desire. And they just made whatever they wanted. I think my lack of control over their parts really helped


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love the idea.

I once did this in my animation class.

It's always a great concept.

You got a good batch of artists to do it, too!

Congrats! It was good! Lots of creative freedom and good animation.

Ill keep an eye out to join the next one!


Noodle responds:

You did it in animation class? Cool! I never did anything like this in my school :(

But honestly it is a great experiance, and I can see why some would use it as a teaching method


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Ehh decent.

It was interesting and decently funny.Lots of good authors but why did they all have the same sound effects?

Noodle responds:

I think you may have missed the point of the collab


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice nice

The bank robber one was my favorite by far! The others were really great too! I'm going to give it a 4/5 though, it could have used just a little more creativity in some parts. The aliens were overdone in my opinion. I really did like it overall though.

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Noodle responds:

MKoF blew my mind with his part. I couldn't believe he got such a coherent storyline from that.
An inspiration for sure