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Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2012 6:10 pm
by jester747
But.

But.

The very notion, even in trolling, that everything that hasn't been converted onto paper isn't real music makes me want to cry.

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2012 6:56 pm
by DeadManReedeemed
I have an acoustic guitar already. Still need to practice (A LOT).


Also, what's wrong with saving up for both systems? I can't decide...

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2012 7:19 pm
by JOJ650s
But.

But.

The very notion, even in trolling, that everything that hasn't been converted onto paper isn't real music makes me want to cry.
Yeah after all if that notion was true,
we would not have any sheet music at all. :P

Anyways,
Also, what's wrong with saving up for both systems? I can't decide...
Nothing is wrong with it,
it just takes a lot money.

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2012 7:24 pm
by DeadManReedeemed
So can someone explain the difference between the 2?

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2012 7:38 pm
by Deepfreeze32
But.

But.

The very notion, even in trolling, that everything that hasn't been converted onto paper isn't real music makes me want to cry.
Semantics. I meant that if one wanted to learn music (Which, for the sake of trolling/fun, I was referring to as theory and sheet music), piano is a far better option. And this is coming from a guy who loves to play guitar. Seriously. Piano has all the notes lined up in a row. Guitar is...all over the gorram place. XD

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2012 9:04 pm
by Chozon1
That's...more a matter of opinion than fact. I picked up a guitar first and, when I later tried to learn to play one, found the way a piano is played is nigh incomprehensible and completely illogical. :lol:

On a guitar, numerically, the scale goes 1-13 in a single line. On a piano, it goes 1-3-5-6-8-10-12-13, with 2-4-7-9-11 set out. Far from sensible.

I too reject the idea of 'actual sheet music and theory' like diarrhea to the face. Even as trollination.

What does this have to do with the thread? DMR should get a Vita, since inevitably, Sony will just rip whatever Nintendo does anyway. :P

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2012 9:10 pm
by DeadManReedeemed
So can someone explain the difference between the 2?

I meant the 3DS and the Vita. :(

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 10:12 pm
by ChickenSoup
That's...more a matter of opinion than fact. I picked up a guitar first and, when I later tried to learn to play one, found the way a piano is played is nigh incomprehensible and completely illogical. :lol:

On a guitar, numerically, the scale goes 1-13 in a single line. On a piano, it goes 1-3-5-6-8-10-12-13, with 2-4-7-9-11 set out. Far from sensible.

I too reject the idea of 'actual sheet music and theory' like diarrhea to the face. Even as trollination.
Actually, the piano is almost universally regarded by non-amateurs as the standard for theory and composition, so. yeah.

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 11:58 pm
by Drewsov
That's...more a matter of opinion than fact. I picked up a guitar first and, when I later tried to learn to play one, found the way a piano is played is nigh incomprehensible and completely illogical. :lol:

On a guitar, numerically, the scale goes 1-13 in a single line. On a piano, it goes 1-3-5-6-8-10-12-13, with 2-4-7-9-11 set out. Far from sensible.

I too reject the idea of 'actual sheet music and theory' like diarrhea to the face. Even as trollination.
Actually, the piano is almost universally regarded by non-amateurs as the standard for theory and composition, so. yeah.
This is because Chozon, lacking in music theory education, says things and then is proven wrong.

...KInd of like Homestar Runner.

...Kind of like that time with the patch on the couch. Remember that, Chozon?

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 3:06 am
by Chozon1
Actually, the piano is almost universally regarded by non-amateurs as the standard for theory and composition, so. yeah.
Your point Soup? Everyone has only said 'it's the way the pro's do it' in response to that post. Is that then, the only accepted way? Is it the best way, or simply the traditional way? Flying diarrhea to the face, is what that is.
This is because Chozon, lacking in music theory education, says things and then is proven wrong.

...KInd of like Homestar Runner.

...Kind of like that time with the patch on the couch. Remember that, Chozon?
I'm not sure what they say about assumptions, being that most everyone never finishes the statement in my house. But I imagine it'd come in handy now. For I do have some theory edjoocashun; just haven't been to a formal school on it, where they would apparently tell me the only way to learn it is with a keyboard anyway. Which is mildly pointless given that I'd have to learn it on a keyboard, then transfer those skills and knowledges to a guitar. That makes sense. :roll: Not that I blame that on you.

And again, no one has yet proven me wrong, only said that 'it's the way it's usually done' as a way of showing me...wrong somehow? So the only real question here is...which one of us is Coach Z in this example? And what kind of doo-doo meat did you put in that stew? WHERE IS MY FONDUE PART?

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 4:34 am
by Drewsov
You proved yourself wrong, sir.

BUT THAT IS NEITHER HERE NOR THERE

What is true is that you made some bad meat and I puuuuuuuuuuuuuuked in the patch.

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:52 pm
by Chozon1
Pleh.

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:57 pm
by DeadManReedeemed
Someone PLEASE answer my question.

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 10:23 pm
by Chozon1
The problem with your question is that it's not really the one you should be asking. Instead of comparing the game systems for how they're different, you need to be asking 'which has more games and features I like'. There's lourds of differences between the 3DS and Vita, but the pertinent info can be gathered by answering those two questions.

Wanna play in 3D and have a solid gaming experience? Go with a 3DS. Want to have more multimedia options? Go with Vita. Want the Ninty franchises? Go with 3DS. Want the slightly darker copies of Ninty franchises? Go with Vita.

Choosing a game system is, at the end of the day, about the games.

Re: Super Smash bros.

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:00 pm
by ChickenSoup
Actually, the piano is almost universally regarded by non-amateurs as the standard for theory and composition, so. yeah.
Your point Soup? Everyone has only said 'it's the way the pro's do it' in response to that post. Is that then, the only accepted way? Is it the best way, or simply the traditional way? Flying diarrhea to the face, is what that is.
If you don't want to argue opinion, argue numbers. So perhaps the most commonly utilized compositional tool doesn't get to hold that title because what, you don't like it? It's not just "regarded" as the standard, it just is. You can "fart on it" as much as you want.