Fun with Inversion

Fun with Inversion

It's always fascinated me how certain combinations of instruments and vocals can harmonize together to create something truly beautiful. Listening to each track separately makes it even all the more amazing, by seeing how creative the human mind can get. Have you ever been curious as to how you could separate the vocals from a song? There are ways to minimize vocals from a song, but how can we accomplish the opposite? There's a fun trick dealing with inverting waves. It's actually simpler than you'd expect.

"It'll always be better tomorrow."

"It'll always be better tomorrow."

Quotes are awesome. They're simply just a combination of words strung together that make up something meaningful to you or to others. It sounds kind of silly, but it's amazing how much power words can have on people. As humans, we live and feed upon sayings, trying to conform to what we've been taught.

The Driving Force of Music

The Driving Force of Music

Music is an odd but wonderful entity that exists in our lives. It's known as a universal language that everyone can understand through emotions. Anyone can listen to it and create some vivid scene in their imagination. Anyone can be happy when listening to an upbeat song; sad when hearing a slow and soft melody resonate; full of vigor when a grandiose tune starts playing. We can invoke just about every emotion humanly possible with the power of music. It's rather amazing.

It's not a question of can or can't. Some things in life, you just do.

It's not a question of can or can't. Some things in life, you just do.

The title is a reference to Final Fantasy XIII, in which the main character (Lightning) says this. As you can tell, this post will probably revolve around this game since I just recently beat it and I want to express my thoughts upon it. If you're not up for nerdy posts, go ahead and just skip to the end. Hah!