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It's that time already. I've had a shit ton of, well, shit to turn in, and some more shit to finish and turn in - even when finals are going on. After all this shit is over with, I can finally have a good break with some time to make music and dick around.
What to expect soon:
- Collab - LichLord is handling vocals and the production side of an Industrial song I put together a while back - he already did a remaster of the track and it sounded amazing compared to the raw FL master when I sent it over
- More thematic music is coming
- I've put off the making of my second album (first using FL Studio), Celestial Ambience, for too long - it needs mastering work, and three of the songs remain unfinished
- More 8-bit music? My first 8-bit submission here has received a pretty positive response so I might make some more
- Vocal work? I have a couple NG songs I have remixed and am in the process of remixing that have vocal sections, but I don't have a mic for recording purposes. There is a recording studio in one of the buildings on campus, but I haven't really had a decent time to go and record something there (plus it's been a couple years since I've made use of my voice, so I'm a bit rusty and have a hard time getting out of the bass range - I know I can reach up fairly high, but I need to get back to practicing). One of the original songs I have on the backburner in need of vocal work is Nox Aeterna.
- Final Fantasy remixes - yes, I have some in the works in need of mastering
- Did I forget to mention how much I love this new blog update?
Anyways, on to the finals:
Round 1: Calculus
HOLY SHIT, COULD THIS HAVE BEEN ANY EASIER. Seriously - the test was scheduled to be 3 hours in length and separated into 3 parts, a non-calculator multiple choice part, a calculator multiple choice part, and a calculator free response part; after finishing a section, we could go to the next after turning the papers for that section (we couldn't use our calculators until 9:00 AM, which was the cutoff for the first section). I finished the first section in a little under half an hour, got the second section, finished all but two answers without a calculator, and guess-timated the last two; when it hit 9:00 I checked the two guessed answers with the calculator and one of them was right. I turned that in, then got section three done in a little less than a half hour. I got back to my dorm about an hour and a half before the test was scheduled to be over. (At the time of typing this, 45 minutes remained until the test was over - just for reference)
Seriously, too easy. The maximum I probably missed on that was one or two questions - if I even did, which I'm pretty sure I didn't.
Now bring on round 2, Engineering. (This might be an interesting one...probably will be mostly easy; they might throw in some jank questions, though)
Round 2: Engineering
Went exactly as I expected it to. Mostly easy and there were two questions that had issues. The two problematic questions were multiple choice questions for which none of the possible answers were correct...well sort of. The answer for the first of the two was the answer to what the next one should have been, but the question and answers were mixed up - the answer set for the first one was supposed to be the answer set for the next question, and I have no idea what the answer set for the second problematic question was for. I went through the math about six or seven times, wrote down the entire process, and told my instructor and the teaching assistant that there were issues with the two questions.
Next up is Chemistry. I should be mostly good up to about the last section. As long as they don't have any questions with ridiculously complicated Lewis structures and formal charge minimalization, this should be fairly easy.
Round 3: Chemistry
Mostly easy with a couple iffy questions. One really shitty one (the last one) where we had to draw two possible lewis structures of XeCl2F2 - a polar structure and a nonpolar one. I just drew two random structures and turned it in.
Next up: English
Round 4: English
We don't have to show up for this since the exam is an e-portfolio which we have to submit electronically.
On to LBST. All we have to do for this one is remember and identify three songs - Chopin's Nocturne in F Sharp (going to be an easy one since http://jrob.newgrounds.com/favorites/ > "Other Favorites"), Tchaikovsky's Overture from Romeo and Juliet, and some stereotypical opera song (the ones with the really annoying sounding female opera singers who use TOO MUCH FUCKING VIBRATO) from an opera about an American lieutenant who marries a geisha in a Japanese traditional marriage just to have sex with her and then leaves her to go back to America.
Basically, it's going to be easy.
Round 5: Arts & Society: Music
In the most literal form imaginable.
Well it's almost over. Just gotta get this damned e-portfolio done for English and I'm good for this semester.
Can't wait to finally get a break.
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