Going through my documents folder today, I uncovered an important digital relic: an unpublished Pokemon fanfiction read-through of a 2013 Reader x Cheren story. I hope you weren’t expecting anything important from me today, because here’s some years-old commentary I made on “Reports” by TheRavenGirl95 on DeviantArt. Today Lenora and I were talking about some […]
How do you take a scene or a prompt and translate it into a musical idea? The answer is you kinda don’t??? Or maybe I’m just lazy idk blogging is hard
Have you always wanted to try writing your own music, but don’t even know where to start learning more? This post has all the terminology and basics you need to start your journey into the land of DAWs, MIDIs, and VSTs.
Sorry, readers aged 0 to 30. This article is for old-timers only. You may have been confused by the word “Millennials” appearing in the title and URL slug, but this is not a dog bowl, this is scholarly investigative journalism, meaning we only put your namesake on it to garner easy page views from your #woke elders, who have opened their eyes to the 21st century reality — Millennials are killing a devastating number of nouns. And now we’re adding one more to the list.
Kris [insert last name here] and his four best friends, Lisa, Rosa, Xavier, and Peter, are running late to their college graduation ceremony. Because none of them majored in basic street smarts, they accept a ride from a stranger in a van claiming to be a student. The next thing they know, they are trapped in some kind of scientific facility, the only exit barred by lasers. The friends recognize each other, but find themselves unable to recall anything of their past life. A mask appears above them on screen and claims that some of them have been keeping terrible secrets(!), and in order to extract these particular memories and reveal their guilt, Kris must play a game using the nearby console, in which he must deliver protective haloes to all his friends before time runs out, lest they drown.