Living in the lake

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2017/11/15 04:42:39 (permalink)

Living in the lake

Up for some nostalgia?

I happened on the first link below on YouTube. After watching it for a bit it reminded me of the second link.


How synths were played not long ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsfT_5OQJSI

Quite similar to the Four Yorkshiremen from Monty Python
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKHFZBUTA4k

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    sharke
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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/15 05:32:00 (permalink)
    Wow Rock School. I used to watch that when I was a kid. You'd never see anything that dry and informative on TV these days. There would be some crap drum loop playing in the background and all sorts of nonsense flying across the screen. 

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    craigb
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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/15 06:24:10 (permalink)
    I've seen that YouTube link for months and always thought "I'll check that out someday."
     
    Finally did!  That was fun, though I found I knew everything they were showing and how they make their "own" sounds is exactly what I would do (start with someone else's that was close and tweak a little).
     
    I kept waiting for the chick with the guitars to wail out a quick fill too! LOL!

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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/15 06:25:00 (permalink)
    I bet you wish you could look that cool in those glasses and suspenders, ya? 
     

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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/15 20:40:10 (permalink)
    Funny, I posted a thread about Rock School last month. I wonder why it's started popping up on YT now.
     
    http://forum.cakewalk.com...-the-80s-m3671239.aspx

     
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    lawajava
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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/16 00:42:58 (permalink)
    Hadn't seen that post /thread. Noted you commented on it first.

    Watching it, it just seemed more and more awful what musicians used to have to put up with to create keyboard sounds. Now we complain about $29 packs being worth it or not.

    Since the examples in the clip were each revealing / shocking in their awfulness, it brought to my mind the Monty Python segment that details the old days.

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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/16 20:39:57 (permalink)
    Oops ... thought this thread was going to be about strange women distributing swords.
     

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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/17 08:00:01 (permalink)
    quantumeffect
    Oops ... thought this thread was going to be about strange women distributing swords.
     




    Merlin has left the building...

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    Re: Living in the lake 2017/11/17 14:48:52 (permalink)
    quantumeffect
    Oops ... thought this thread was going to be about strange women distributing swords.
     




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