This podcast is for people who enjoy games, love music, and want to know more about how their favourite songs work. Each episode, we’ll focus on one piece of music from the video game corpus, and talk about one musical concept found in that piece. Our first series takes a deep dive into the music of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Join Dan discover why opera singers sound so funny and as he uses the word "overtone" legitimately for the first time in the podcast!
Much of the research for this episode came from the following website: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/expert-opera-singer/
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Join Dan as he enjoys ride cymbals and math!
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Join Dan as he discover's why the song Vampire Killer is so... killer. There's something special about the third note of that melody - have a listen to find out!
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I said in the show I would get the arranger for the Smash Ultimate version when the game came out - here it is!
Vampire Killer - Smash Remix Copyright info:
Arrangement Supervisor: Shinji Ushiroda
Composition: Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
Composition Copyright Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
Arrangement Copyright Nintendo