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I got another animated music video for you all to the tune of "Call Upon the Seaponies (EuroSHOOBEDOO Mix)" by the one and only Eurobeat Brony. ~eurobeatBrony (https://www.deviantart.com/eurobeatbrony) I have 2 versions, one with the original music, and one with MIDI music, to show what it sounds like before I add the original music in. Enjoy!
Original Version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6GfjC7sKXk
MIDI Version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQ-G5KeQcOQ
As for updates, I've been slacking a lot on the vectoring front. Part of it is I've focused a lot on the music projects, and part of it is I have a lot of gaming/TV/baseball season (Go Angels)/NBA Playoffs (Go Lakers) tha
Here is my latest music animation, for one of my favorite fan songs, Beyond Her Garden by Wooden Toaster.
Wooden Toaster has a lot of cool songs. If you haven't checked out his work, do so here: http://www.youtube.com/user/WoodenToaster
I'm not going to say what song I'm going to do next because I'll end up changing my mind, nor will I say when the next one will come out, since I don't like to keep deadlines on personal projects like these. But I can say it probably might be another fan song next.
I forgot to tell you guys about this! My latest Music Animation project is finished. It's Daniel Ingram's latest and greatest MLP song, "Smile, Smile, Smile". Here it is:
The next song I'm going to do is "At the Gala". It is Ingram's most complex and intricate piece in my opinion, and I want it to be my best animation yet! I'm doing to spend more time making sure the melody isn't being covered up by background notes, so things really pop. I'm also going to make two versions, one with the original music overlaid (like normal) and one with the MIDI sounds overlaid, so you can really tell what's going