Minor detail. You can't slow something down 800%. I think you meant 87.5% slower or 1/8 of its speed.
I put that up so quickly that I didn't even bother doing the math; I just swiped that factoid from Harry Allen. Ergo, my bad. Sorry.
What happens when you speed up Vangelis 8x?
"Minor detail." ...is not a complete sentence because it doesn't contain a verb. I think you meant, "You forgot a minor detail", TGT.
Rather beautiful.Put this together with the video of jello cubes filmed at 6200 fpshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4n5AfHYST6E&feature=player_embeddedand then you've really got something trippy.
Steve Reich did this in 1965.
Are you sure this isn't new Sigur Ros? :P
A few months back, somebody slowed down Justin Biebers "I Love You" 75% - the result was a thing of beauty, like something dreamed up by Sigur Rós. Question is: What happens if you take one of those dreamy, dreamy songs and speed it up?
Astonishing beautiful! If you had told me i wanted to find a Miley Cyrus song, i would have been astonished.Anyone know how to find such as this to keep? I'd even PAY for it. Which is kind of galling....
"Minor detail" works fine as an interjection; no, it isn't a full sentence, but it functions very well as a part of speech nonetheless. You are right that it probably should be separated by a semicolon instead of a period, though. And yeah, I had visions of a unicorn running through a forest as I listened to this. Really cool.
Not sure if you'll see this "timelady" or not, but enjoy.MP3: http://bit.ly/mlHO5l
The music in the video is also rather reminiscent of Vangelis:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbUiHIlnS0gIn other slowed down music news, here's an unused Playstation 2 commercial with a "Forever Young" remix by V/Vm*:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyuvhcvVxD8*V/Vm happens to be one of Leyland [James] Kirby's earlier music-art projects.
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