6 May 2012, 10:33 de Spiderpablo2012
30 Mar 2012, 12:11 de mrskyouyaArtists that I currently have in my iPod.
Just because I love lists.
Last updated: 20 October 2013
9GOATS BLACK OUT
abingdon boys school
Acid Black Cherry
Alison Krauss & Union Station
Andrew Lloyd Webber
City and Colour
The Civil Wars
Claas P. Jambor
Cote de Pablo
DIR EN GREY
3 May 2011, 14:23 de liftarnSome artist needs to be almost daily checked as some people upload various strange pictures there as they share the name with various non-artist concepts.
The fist to check is Soundtrack. Usually it's related to Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain. I've heard that it is due to a popular pirated copy of it is tagged with Soundtrack as the artist. The files are also write protected so persons with low computer skills may not be able to fix the tags. Also check the related Soundtracks and Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
Some other generic non-artists that needs to be checked are Video Games, Theme Songs and Videogames.
Hairspray is a house group. Some people like to upload movie posters for the movie with the same name.
Several artists are called Wicked. Some people like to upload posters for the musical by Stephen Schwartz with the same name (see Wicked (Original Broadway Cast)).
Some people like to upload pictures of building to Original Broadway Cast.
22 Ene 2010, 9:59 de PurpleCow17step 1: open up whatever mp3 program you use and add every song in your collection.
step 2: put it on random.
step 3: post the first line from the first 20 songs that play, no matter how embarassing the song.
step 4: post and let everyone you know guess what song and artist the lines come from.
step 5: cross out the songs when someone guesses correctly.
step 6: Looking them up on google or any other search engine is cheating!
Note: Because of my many showtunes, a few of these have multiple artists - they're filed first under composer and then under singer if easily identified. It's always a pain in the butt to figure out the artists of cast recordings.
1. Another roller coaster ride, we were stuck, in overdrive.
2. I can’t stop partying, partying.
3. It's gonna burn for me to say this, but it's coming from my heart.
4. Now that it's over, now that you're not here. (1000 Miles- Blake Lewis - guessed by Carali)
5. So this little piggy says... nothing.
20 Dic 2009, 9:50 de raistlinsshadow
3 Sep 2009, 14:47 de diamondgrrl
24 Ago 2009, 12:24 de fmeraFollowing up on the earlier journal, Getting Artist Images to Look Their Best, here is a short guide to explain how images (be they square, tall, or wide) that you upload to artist galleries are cropped for eventual use in the library.
I'll use these images (taken from Simone Kopmajer's gallery) as a visual guide to show how your original artist pics will end up looking as library images. It works on the idea that cropping images square or tall - if your original shots allow this - really is the safer option, as they minimize further cropping when your images are processed. Shown below are three sample images, in square, tall, and wide formats, and beside them the actual 126s images used for the library. The translucent red masking shows where image content will be lost (or hidden from view, rather), and the window is what you'll end up with in the library:
23 Jul 2009, 0:49 de radness___First, make a list of your overall top-20 artists. Then, for each of these artists, add the 6 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, add up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 6 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 120 represents an extremely varied one.'
1. Fall Out Boy
2. The All-American Rejects
3. John Williams
4. Cute Is What We Aim For
7. Hawk Nelson
8. Cobra Starship
9. Stephen Schwartz
10. Relient K
11. Lucky Boys Confusion
12. Nicholas Hooper
13. Metro Station
14. Mannheim Steamroller
15. Panic at the Disco
16. Barenaked Ladies
17. Motion City Soundtrack
18. Dario Marianelli
19. Sufjan Stevens
1 The Academy Is...
All Time Low
2 Boys Like Girls
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
5 Nov 2008, 10:37 de bytheguillotineTake your top 20 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 5 similar artists. The resulting number of unique artists is your eclectic score. If the score is small (extreme = 5) your musical preferences are very limited, and if it is large (larger than 80, extreme = 100), then you have an eclectic musical preference. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/eclectic.php
My eclectic score is currently
The 92 related artists for my profile are , Aiden, Alanis Morissette, Amanda Palmer, An Horse, Anthony Warlow, Babes in Toyland, Beck, Bikini Kill (2), Bratmobile (2), Cabaret, Carolee Carmello, Charlotte Martin, Chicks on Speed, Christine Ebersole, Christopher Fitzgerald/Idina Menzel/Kristin Chenoweth/Michelle Federer/Norbert Leo Butz, Damon Intrabartolo, Dar Williams, Eden Espinosa, Editors, Emily Skinner, Erin McKeown, Escape the Fate, Final Fantasy, Foals, Frank Wildhorn, From First to Last, Grandaddy, Humanwine, Head Automatica…
12 Jun 2008, 18:25 de EpitymbidiaThis is the second part of eight I will write about what I consider to be music for movies, films, screenplays or whatever you want to call it that deserves to be awarded with the Oscar.
As I wrote in the last journal entry I originally only thought about my opinion concerning this "honour" to create my personal tag "this truly deserves the academy award"
However, this entry will be a little different from the others as in the years 1996-'99 two Oscars were given, one for the Music Score of a Dramatic Picture and one for a Comedy Picture.
Here are links to the other journal entries belonging to this (still shamefully incomplete) series:
Part 1 (2008-2001)
Part 3 (1990-1981)
2000 was the initial year, so to speak, for writing these journals, as I realised that Rachel Portman's absolutely phantastic work for "The Cider House Rules" wasn't the winner. …