Hello Everyone! DaThings here (DuctToast on DeviantArt) with some frequently asked questions, mostly regarding my YouTube channel.
As a YouTuber with a modest audience, there are questions I get often. Here are some things to help set the record straight.
Q: What are your pronouns?
A: Any are fine, but She/Her are what I use on a personal basis.
Q: How old are you?A: I was born October 10, 1994. Time for some fun math!
Q: What software do you use?
A: I use Adobe Premiere Pro CS2 for video and audio editing. For custom images, I use PowerPoint, MS Paint, and Irfanview.
Q: Where do you get your pictures?
A: Many of them come from Google re
Here's another awesome song. This is "Full Moon" from Sonata Arctica, a metal band from Finland. (And yes, it is copy-pasted from my OHB post)
Here's the YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DBodkYOe2M for you to listen!
BEFORE YOU READ MY REVIEW: I want you to listen to the whole song and guess what it's about. Go on, take a wild guess!
The premise of the lyrics is often simply seen as being about werewolves. While that is a theme, it's also been interpreted as countless other things. My personal take on it is that being a "werewolf" is a metaphor for violent alcoholism. The main character becomes a werewolf at night, and his wife trie
It's no secret that one of the only things just about everyone with functional ears has in common is the enjoyment of good music. And of everyone I've met, my music library is one of the most eccentric and varied. While it is expansive, occasionally I find incredible gems of the music industry, some of which are so underground they rarely see the light, and others that are hidden in plain sight. I'm excited to share with you some of the best individual pieces of music I've discovered, so that you can perhaps grow your library and hunt for songs like I do, or just occasionally listen to an interesting tune!
I started doing this on the Ohio Br