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About Himeaimichu

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    Full time Gulu Gulu stan
  • Birthday March 7

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    Japanese Mythology, Eroguro-Angura-Misshitsu kei, linguistics, androgyny, early 2000's vkei, traditional Japanese music.

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  1. Himeaimichu

    I imagine something has got to be released before that 2020 Date. We'll just have to wait and see.
  2. Twitter's new PC layout is ugly AF

  3. Himeaimichu

    So does anyone know what the announcement is?
  4. So Trump is working to free a famous rapper with a shit ton of friends already to get him out, but yet detains children and keeps them in horrible conditions? Oof.
  5. Does anyone know anything about the Yuuga band titled "愛すべき糞バンギャ様"? Apparently he was in it after Devil Kitty, but before starting Fakestar.

  6. Himeaimichu

    God I really hope there will be a new release. Hopefully a full length!
  7. Himeaimichu

    Mikage from CrowXClass (Also known as Masaki Nakamura outside of the Vkei scene. He does a lot of stuff for anime and stuff now)
  8. Himeaimichu

    Saki from Cuartet in the Yuki Geshiki PV And the guy he probably got the idea from (and who used to play drums with him), Ruki from the GazettE in this live footage. Ai from Memento Mori (now in Gulu Gulu). This pic was taken right before they released their only full length, which their drummer left before releasing. His replacement wouldn't leave until the release of their 2nd mini album.
  9. If you think about it, Soulja Boy was the prototypical mumble rapper. That dude manages to mumble while shouting.

  10. Himeaimichu

    I feel mildly uncomfortable even looking at these dudes. IDK why, but their gaze into the camera creeps me out.
  11. New Agers have made it almost impossible to listen to traditional Asian music, especially Indian, Tibetan, and Japanese, without a bunch of shoehorned pseudo-science that doesn't even exist in Asia. Like, I just want to hear the music, I don't need a speech about how A432 Hz will "open your chakras and your third eye". I don't think they even care that much about the specific A-Note tuning in Asia.

    As well, they've also made it really hard to find actual authentic traditional Asian music, because they market their FL Studio stuff as "Traditional", even though it doesn't musically resemble anything actually traditionally played in Asia. You can't just put a bunch of Chinese VSTs in FL Studio and call it "Traditional Japanese". (though there are also other reasons that traditional Asian music, that's actually authentic, is hard as fuck to find. Mostly due to stuff like Mao's cultural revolution and the pressure to westernise literally everything down to the sounds of the instruments. I'm looking at you, China)

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    2. zombieparadise

      zombieparadise

      The only thing worse than regular hippies are new age hippies.

    3. colorful人生

      colorful人生

      Had to revisit this status b/c Adam Neely did a video on tuning to the different A432 Hz "chakra" frequencies. Though considering that the video was posted on the same day, your status might've been inspired from this (?)

       

      I think there's benefits in using A432, but using it in such a haphazard snake-oil way is ridiculous. Ends up sounding ridiculous too, haha.

       

    4. Himeaimichu

      Himeaimichu

      Oh yeah, that's another rabbit hole lol. I think A432 could be good if, say, you're a singer and its more in your range. But when it comes to the actual temperament, unless you're an experimental musician, the whole push to switch to something other than equal temperament honestly makes little sense in the scale of western music. Although alternate tuning systems are really fascinating. 

  12. Himeaimichu

    1. Devil Kitty. I'm a huge fan of that early 2000's Visual Kei sound, and when Yuuga isn't ripping his own stuff off, he's a pretty creative musician. Kisaki, Yayoi (La'Miss Fairy, Garnet, etc.), Yukika (though I'm really hard on Yukika because of how he treated my favourite band. I ain't gonna lie he had some cool songs tho), and Wataru (12012) are more examples. 2. It can be. It really depends on the situation and it isn't a clear black or white. Generally, it's good not to support shitty artists though so buy used/pirate. 3. Hell no. Not unless the other members are complicit.
  13. Himeaimichu

    Honestly, I'd rather Etcetera revive now, since Yukika actually learned to sing pretty decently during CLUTCH lol. Now an Etcetera revival, but with Saki from Cuartet on vocals instead of Yukika, even though I know that will never happen, I would totally want to see because I'm a total Saki stan lmao
  14. Is the Twitter website down for anyone else? It keeps saying something is wrong when I try to open it

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    2. Paraph

      Paraph

      she’s back 

    3. suji

      suji

      I'm glad i was at work when this happened or i would've lost my shit

    4. AnticNyappy

      AnticNyappy

      As of 0:27 GMT plus one it has fucked up again

  15. Duolingo now has Vietnamese, so I decided to start learning it. I have pretty much all the time in the world on my hands, so hopefully I'll learn quick

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    2. Peace Heavy mk II

      Peace Heavy mk II

      Nice! I'm using it to learn Madarin, although I'm hitting a wall with the difficulty and have kind of switched over to another app that has a better learning speed.

    3. Gesu

      Gesu

      I was learning Japanese a while back but I haven't been on it in ages and that owl is probably pissed at me. Anyways, good luck to you, @Peace Heavy mk II! What app are you using now? ^_^

    4. Peace Heavy mk II

      Peace Heavy mk II

      HelloChinese. It has a lot of advantages that Duo currently does not, namely:

       

      -in depth grammar explanations that reflect the context of the sentence (sometimes Duo's tooltip hints don't actually apply to the sentence at hand, so you're left to guess and get it wrong so you "learn from your mistakes." Normally, that's fine, but the app gives you a health bar that they then charge you to refill. tl;dr : you can only make so many mistakes before they try to charge you to try again)

      -character lessons

      -audio doesn't sound like Siri being put through a cheese grater

      -practice games (spelling, word recognition, listening comprehension, etc)

      -listening portions are people they found outside and asked them to record a sentence. There's something that never gets old about seeing some girl in the park standing there and saying "....celery..." with a confused look on her face, all for my betterment.

      -They introduce content in chunks. I'm finding Duo throws a ton of unexplained grammar and vocabulary at you and it's up to you to figure out how to piece it together. For earlier levels, that's fine. But I'm into the late 30's - early 40's group of lessons and it's getting too difficult to parse through everything and remember it.

       

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