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Post by aim4me26 » September 21st, 2013, 2:16 pm

it's raining, finally! ♥
i know that i should be in bed
and its almost 3 am
but when i close my eyes i can only see miles of headlights
fleshing out the distance

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Post by caseyotis » September 21st, 2013, 2:22 pm

aim4me26 wrote:it's raining, finally! ♥
Ha, we were supposed to have a freshmen picnic at the park, like, right now... lolnope
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Post by ali941 » September 21st, 2013, 5:43 pm

aim4me26 wrote:it's raining, finally! ♥
Marching band practice got rained out :D
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Post by mrburrito » September 21st, 2013, 6:02 pm

Today was the Nickelodeon worldwide day of play. 33
I bet you had to read this twice

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Post by silverheart7 » September 21st, 2013, 9:07 pm

I went to Six Flags Great Adventure today with three of my teammates/best friends. I went from not wanting to go on any rollercoasters, to riding Kingda ka at the end of the day! :D
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Post by caseyotis » September 21st, 2013, 9:30 pm

silverheart7 wrote:I went to Six Flags Great Adventure today with three of my teammates/best friends. I went from not wanting to go on any rollercoasters, to riding Kingda ka at the end of the day! :D
Ugh, I'm jealous. Once I went for a whole day and rode every single roller coaster except the Kingda Ka because I was too young to go alone and all of the adults were too scared. >.> I haven't been ever since. That would be a trip.
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Post by thehydrogenpoptart » September 21st, 2013, 9:53 pm

caseyotis wrote:I wish I was better at reading music. :( I'm playing bass drum for Midnight on Main Street but I keep messing up and I don't want to screw everything up but I want to learn this part... Gah, maybe I should get a tutor or something.
Oh, I forgot you played percussion! Hah that's really cool. I agree with what Silver said--to get better at reading music you just have to keep doing it. You can ask your band director/whomever for help too. I think I might have to play piccolo for band (and I don't know how) so I'm kinda in the same situation.

And since you guys were talkin' 'bout Noteflight, here's some random (unfinished) music that my friend and I tried to arrange last year. We kinda failed, but whatever.
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Post by caseyotis » September 21st, 2013, 10:41 pm

thehydrogenpoptart wrote:
caseyotis wrote:I wish I was better at reading music. :( I'm playing bass drum for Midnight on Main Street but I keep messing up and I don't want to screw everything up but I want to learn this part... Gah, maybe I should get a tutor or something.
Oh, I forgot you played percussion! Hah that's really cool. I agree with what Silver said--to get better at reading music you just have to keep doing it. You can ask your band director/whomever for help too. I think I might have to play piccolo for band (and I don't know how) so I'm kinda in the same situation.
Ha, yeah. I'm slowly working out the kinks in my music reading, but I'm not doing too poorly at rehearsals, mostly because I'm not just sight reading.
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Post by Mathdino » September 22nd, 2013, 1:08 am

So I'm pretty sure I have my events. TPS, GeoMaps, and either MatSci or Dynamic Planet, whichever is more unpopular at my school. If only Fermi and Thermo hadn't gotten screwed over, haha.
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Post by TwelveSquared » September 22nd, 2013, 6:39 am

silverheart7 wrote:
mnstrviola wrote:For composing, do you use Noteflight? Noteflight is great.
I do, at recommendations from last years Sounds thread ^_^ I like it a lot.
I used musescore for a while. Then I realized it didn't really produce good music, so i switched to lilypond. I'm a programmer, so writing music with a programming language is quite natural. And it looks great as well.
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