Doing that translation stuff, and sometimes guitar tabs.
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Danimal Cannon – Danimal Across America All instruments tabbed in C standard. Danimal himself plays in Drop D, but I didn’t add any of his live instrumentation or tab the IRL version. But since this is chiptune, there isn’t really … Continue reading
OnyuuP – Black History Album information here. Album crossfade here. So LIVE HOUSE is a cool little compilation album I listened to a lot a few years ago; this is track 12 on the comp. I think I did it … Continue reading
[Translation practice. Pardon my mistakes. My comments are in these brackets.] [Original Post: http://blog.goo.ne.jp/spmn2ek/e/7fe0bcff8413dc5a34fe53fa9b7500bb] どうも昨日から引き続きまして、ゆよゆっぺです。 Hello, and “continuing forward from yesterday”, I’m yuyoyuppe.
:( – Bring the Summer Hah, when I first listened to Kawaii, I thought the CD had a skip at the transition, haha. I tweeted at Mart once to ask about the lyrics; he said you could probably find them … Continue reading
:( – Twin Chevron Action Flash One of the first tabs I finished? You can tell because the drums are formatted horribly. :( (pronounced “colon open bracket”) is one of my favorite “chiptune” groups. I was listening to Mart before … Continue reading
yuyoyuppe – Darkness Is Always Next to Me Guitar is in Drop C. Bass is 5-string C-standard. Another of my favorite yuyoyuppe songs. And I’m also a big fan of Shuuhei (周平)… this was the first song I had heard … Continue reading
yuyoyuppe – Psychopath Guitar in Drop C. Bass tabbed as 5-string C standard. One of my favorite yuyoyuppe songs. One day I’ll get around to editing this into the Black Dog Barks version, which is played pretty differently from the … Continue reading
Look at this. LISTEN TO THIS. … alright, finished? Fun, simple song, right? Wrong. Intro is in 3/4, switches to 4/4, verse is only 7 measures of 4/4 before it goes to the prechorus (“donna tsurakutemo…”). There’s probably more changes … Continue reading