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Another Scorpion Dagger.

Another Scorpion Dagger.

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mudwerks:

The Dream That Got A Little Out Of Hand (by wackystuff)

mudwerks:

The Dream That Got A Little Out Of Hand (by wackystuff)

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hagiazo223:

Je Nai Nan is a  Kýrie hymn sung in Coptic churches. The phrase je nai nan means “have mercy.” There are different variations of the hymn due to different liturgical traditions in the orders of St. Basil, St. Gregory, and St. Cyril — so I’ve had trouble finding lyrics that match this version (which is my personal favorite.)

The first portion of the hymn is sung in Coptic. There are a few Greek words because Coptic incorporates Greek into the languageThis is one of the few sets of lyrics I was able to find online and the song is sung by Fr. Moussa Roushdi (موسى رشدى)

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agoodthinghappened:

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tenaflyviper:

If you can’t find a place on your blog for Patrick Stewart in a bathtub dressed like a lobster, then your blog probably doesn’t deserve such majesty anyway.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

<3 <3 <3

zebrarepeat:

foxbear:

tenaflyviper:

If you can’t find a place on your blog for Patrick Stewart in a bathtub dressed like a lobster, then your blog probably doesn’t deserve such majesty anyway.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

<3 <3 <3

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thegreatestdenier said: Can you explain what you mean by "beat stretching"? Like pitching the song?

Partly depends on the software, but the Daft Punk in that mashup, the beats seem a bit too time-stretched, squishy-sounding, there’s too much aliasing. Also there isn’t much bass there, as much as I remember from the song anyway?
I’m guessing one of two things:

1) You used a low-rate instrumental MP3 - that tends to lead to that sort of weird drum sound, stretching or even re-rendering an MP3 > MP3. Also less bass in those…best to use the highest quality you can get. If you need a better one, I have my sources so could have a look for you ;-)

or

2) You have your settings set for the time-stretching in your software set for a different type of sound - in Ableton Live that slightly resonant/clangy squishy beat sound is usually caused by everyone leaving Warp set to the default of  ‘Beats’ - which quite often sounds crap even on beats! Hence I mentioned Complex Pro, which usually sounds smoother. It depends what software you’re using. Acid it’s ‘Elastique Pro’ for instance. Quite often full instrumental tracks need the higher quality setting, because they have a lot of frequencies in play (or are low quality, so you don’t want to degrade further), and you want to keep the ‘formants’ which losing those tends to be the cause of the weird crunchy sound. (I think anyway, I’m not an audio engineer, just been doing this since 2003 ;-) )

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