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    Posted on 19-09-30, 05:20
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    Well, now we know how you can get the MSU-1 experience on an NES game: hire this guy to be your human MSU pack. ;)
    Like the chat did, really have to applaud the pianist for being able to keep at it for the entire hour+ it took the runner to finish the game.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stS0hbobbl8
    Posted on 19-09-30, 05:52
    Custom title here

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    That is both awesome and stupid at the same time. I'm impressed and confused.

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    Posted on 19-10-01, 12:29

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    This pianist sounds nervous as heck. Also, I guess I'm just spoiled by getting to hear a real piano at work, but sustain and reverb just doesn't sound right. (Yes, I know he's playing NES music, but it's on a *piano*)
    Posted on 19-10-01, 13:07 (revision 2)

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    It's an electric piano! (i.e. it's just *supposed* to sound different. for example, electric keyboards had much softer harmonics and harder/cleaner attacks (no hammer noise) than real pianos for a long time, so jazz groups preferred them based on sounding less harsh when mixed in with tons of highly dissonant stuff, as jazz goes. same reason jazz guitarists generally play with very relaxed tone.)
    Posted on 19-10-02, 12:20

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    Hey, take my opinion for what you will.
    Posted on 19-10-02, 13:08

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    I wish there was a tag for "I know you know this or it doesn't matter whether you know it or not but I just want to say it for no particular reason at all".
    Posted on 19-10-02, 14:05

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    Bye.
    Posted on 19-10-02, 14:48
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    ??? Wareya isn't attacking you.

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    Posted on 19-10-02, 20:33
    Custom title here

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    Posted by wareya
    I wish there was a tag for "I know you know this or it doesn't matter whether you know it or not but I just want to say it for no particular reason at all".


    Isn't that the default state of bboard posts?

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    Posted on 19-10-02, 22:27

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    Posted by CaptainJistuce
    Posted by wareya
    I wish there was a tag for "I know you know this or it doesn't matter whether you know it or not but I just want to say it for no particular reason at all".


    Isn't that the default state of bboard posts?

    Oh? Hi.
    Posted on 19-10-03, 04:41
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    I've only listened to 1:36, but why do many of the piano notes seem to have a sudden increase in volume, a split-second after they begin?
    Posted on 19-10-03, 18:25 (revision 1)
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    Posted by jimbo1qaz
    I've only listened to 1:36, but why do many of the piano notes seem to have a sudden increase in volume, a split-second after they begin?


    the magic of foot pedals notably the sustain pedal
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