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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2009 2:19 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


I have to admit I did a double-take the first time this album played as well. (Thought maybe I was on EFM there for a second Wink )

Hmmm, well I guess we have several options ….

We could edit the album cover by using the blur method:


Or we could go with the pixelated method:


Or there’s the ever-popular black censor box:


Or we could just put some clothes on her:


Wink Wink Wink

Seriously though, I don’t have a problem with it. It is not gratuitous, and as you said, LadyI, “.. perfectly in character with the Story of O”.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2009 2:56 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


Ahem... I did raise my eye brow a bit when I saw the cover even though I come from a liberal Scandinavian country... I wasn't offended but I was just a bit surprised to see the cover at SST... (and I must say that the music is quite nice and that counts the most IMHO.)
I wouldn't mind blurring the cover a bit... Of the methods Twopop brings up, b) (pixelation), c) (the black box) and d) (the bra Very Happy ) would just draw the viewer's attention more. Smile

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...but the cover for Histoire d'O features (I believe the scientific term is) "exposed sweater bunnies."
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I personally am not offended, but mayhap someone would be, and it would be downright unAmerican of me not to bring it their attention.


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Is the original version still valid for the Cover of the Year Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2009 3:22 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


I vote for the blue bra. Laughing
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Is the original version still valid for the Cover of the Year Wink


I just knew the original cover would be a big hit with the (heterosexual) guys here... Very Happy LOL Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2009 3:43 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


SiriusCreations wrote:
Is the original version still valid for the Cover of the Year Wink


All we need is to run a bit belated 1999 Cover of the year contest Wink
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And what about hawt cover day? Wink
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Bumping this thread to talk about the Iron Sky score. There are some piece of dialogs here that are sometimes... hard to listen to, especially if you're german.
We've talked about the 'Sieg heil' in track 14 in chat for exemple, but there are others.
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I find Iron Sky hard to listen to, period. And my German's pretty rusty, so I'm sure there's plenty I'm missing.
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Just leave it alone. Rolling Eyes

And to anyone worrying about not understanding the German dialogue: trust me, you haven't missed much.
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I'm not a fan of Iron Sky score in general. If there is a decision to delete some tracks from that album I will be OK with it.
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I've just heared the song from angry video game nerd : the movie, with a lot of cursing words in it.
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MP, I think you can extend that in general.
as more and more movies have lower values and more
' parental advised' dialogues and lyrics this will automatically influence the level of the music and songs being available for requesting.
Overall I think that , with the uprise of lots of younger composers , the quality of soundtracks is deminishing fast.
I wonder if others can go along with my remark or have siimilar thoughts or oppose that in some way.

It's something I'm quite curious about and a topic that surfaces more and more in panel discussions. So, what's the general SST crew opinion on this?
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My personal opinion is that the sound of scores is sure changing and the sound of SST is also different now than it used to be 9 years ago when I joined this community.

I can't say I like everything I see (for example I'm a bit worried by the amount of "artificial" music I see in the business for example - I mean any kind of electronically produced, ready patterns, parts of music, you keep in your computer to "compose" your music. As well as I'm a bit concerned by growing numer of vocal tracks in SST library), but I'm not sure about the word "deminishing".

Dutchbat's comment reminds me of what I sometimes hear in my profession - from older lawyers. They say that because of the young generation (even younger than myself) the quality of the service provided by lawyers is deminishing fast.
I know what they mean, but on the other hand I'm sure that life will go on and more or less things will stay the same. I mean there will be better and worse lawyers and the artistry of my profession will survive.

And also - no matter what circumstances we will see in the future - there will be better and worse composers and there will be great new music out there too.

And I hope that even though today you can compose your music by quickly putting ready "blocks of sounds" together in your computer (which btw helps to cope with the pressure of the industry to compose music in very short time), there will always be scores recorded by live orchestra, playing sounds and melodies coming from composers' hearts and minds and not just from computer's sound banks.

So, yeah, I know what Dutchbat means and I understand his point of view, but colour me an optimist Wink

And I'm perfectly off topic here I think.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:32 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


Dutchbat wrote:
as more and more movies have lower values


To which values do you refer? And by whose standards? This sounds a little judge-y to me, though you may not have meant that.
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