there had to be slytherin students who didn’t go with the rest of the house and fought in the battle for hogwarts
kids who took off their ties so nobody could clock them, who blended in with the forces
kids who kept their ties on and realised it would be a…
My first experimentation with making a black midi.
This is a blackened version of Lavender Town that I’ve been playing around with. It’s nothing special yet, I think, but I may work on it more. If I work on it more I’ll upload a new video :)
(I don’t know the note count because I don’t know how to count them…Can anyone tell me how?)
Check out this news segment on black midi! Very informative and non-judgmental. This guy is awesome! :D
INCREDIBLELY high quality recording of a black midi! Both the video AND audio are completely without lag. Mind boggling stuff :D
Credit to Snake8Bit for the lag-free video and TheTrustedComputer for the impeccable audio! Bravo!
[Original black midi by TheSuperMarioBros2]
This was in my psychology book. I thought it might be useful to those who can’t think if gender-neutral terms.
Here’s a new music style I found yesterday:
It’s called Black Midi. In case you’re wondering, it has nothing to do with black metal, haha. It is an experimental style, however, so approach with caution.
Black Midi gets its name from the appearance of the music if it is written out as sheet music (watch the top of the video for an example). What makes Black Midi special is the number of notes crammed into each song; it often ranges into the millions. Only pianos are used for the style but they are programmed with software rather than played by hand in order to make impossible compositions possible.
Black Midi’s sound frequently boarders on noise music so if that’s not something you enjoy you may not enjoy Black Midi. It’s not for everyone and that’s okay, but I find it fun and fascinating :D