OP of videos here... the quality will be improved for future videos, this was a trial run.(If you want a preview of what the video quality will be like for that, watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI_Xo9egVLs )
Hey, I just noticed, the blog says "1 comments". As in, plural when it's talking about only 1. Weird.
So we can do those awesome Portuguese fan dubs now, right?
So wait... Boast Busters without Boasting to Bust?
The best part is around 4:03... THE GREAT AND POWERFUL TRIXIE™!
Some really good music in this episode, I personally like the Trixie Tornado Accordian the most.
@GentBe my guest, I actually thought of fandubbers using my work when I was making this.
Trixie, you got out of the box!
Seth, I think you mean The Great and Powerful Trixie
I love that reaction image, somepony should add "Take it ALL off" to it
@WingbeatAh, then we need to hook you up with this pony:http://www.youtube.com/user/LyralioRC
@GentThank you for that link, I have sent them a note! *brohoof*
The Great and Powerful Trixie should have her own theme song, not those meddlesome Ponyvillians! The Great and Powerful Trixie demands satisfaction!, maybe something with mystery and suspense. Oh, and of course, a solo by none other than David Bo- err, I mean, The GREAT and POWERFUL TRIXIE!
Great! and what an episode to begin with =P I've always wondered... how in the heck do people remove the dialogue from the show (well, anything...) and what is it based off? Sometimes I see the vocals on a weird channel, or something, like Rarity screaming SPIKE! Why are these special cases different?Also - account! (ooh, shiny)
@Peabnuts123Here's how it works in a nutshell. Vocals are recorded in mono and left exactly in the "center," split evenly between left and right. Everything else, music, ambiance, and most sound effects are in stereo. So, "subtracting" one side from the other cancels everything in the center, eg. the vocals.This method is certainly the easiest, but it has its drawbacks (it cannot, as you have noticed, remove vocals when someone yells something all the way on the left or right side, or with heavy reverb.)Make sense?