does anyone here play the piano or other instruments? what are your favorite animu pieces to play?
for fucking ever
music is for masochists because no matter how good you get there are tons of people much better than you
it's much more common to be frustrated with your playing than happy with it
but if you really want to be good, you have to spend time and be very picky. time as in at least an hour a day, picky as in use a metronome and shit, do exercises for every single weakness you have, that sort of picky.
Guitar, Simple Bass, Even Simple Piano.
But I just bought a recorder and a harmonica a few days ago, I also plan to get a melodion
Is it a good idea?and take my sister's violin because she doesn't even touch it.
Generally anything K-ON! is fun to play for me but I do try others, and I focus mostly on 'real' songs, so my band members would relate. KS is also good on the piano.
Can only play friendship though.
When everyone doesn't get lazy.
And when I can devote more time to my instrument, I might try to start one. I got a fuck-ass schedule at college, I go for more hours that even our local workers.
after hearing and playing the same song too many times, it's not that good like when you heard it for the first time, but i have fun playing Crossing Field(SAO OP 1) and Courage(SAO II OP 2)
Piano, Guitar, and Saxophone
My favorite is Unbeatable Network from Gatchaman Crowds. It's a beautiful piece of music even if my arrangement is kind of shitty.
Piano - though I have been lazy with my practice the last few years. There's plenty of piano songs in anime that never gets transcribed, but my favorites would have to be Fly Me to the Moon; Koi no Kioku; Moscow Mule from Bartender. I tried to transcribe High Heel shoes in Pink but can't find my notes anywhere.
It is. I did most of it by ear since my theory is trash. I'll try working on it this week since I'm on break. It'll help if I find my DAW files for it too. I'm disappointed that so many of Iwasaki's works never get transcribed.
There used to be a guy that played the flute in the middle of the quad on my high school campus during lunch.
He didn't want to tells us he was playing the theme from Howl's Moving Castle when we asked him what he was playing. I assumed he was an anon trying to hide his powerlevel. Which was pretty useless since it was Ghibli. In fact it had the opposite effect.
Guitar here. The only animu song I know how to play is "My Soul, Your Beats!" I learned how to play it back when I was obsessed with Angel Beats.
I cried like a bitch when Iwasawa died because I could relate to her love for music. It still makes me sad when I think about it ;_;
I wish I had a cello and could play it competently.
Piano and viola here. I also sing but haven't done a lot that in a while. I play Secret Base from Ano Hana and Shining Star from Star Driver. Kind of want to start playing Aliez from Aldnoah Zero but eh... not feeling too motivated.
soprano alto tenor sax and oboe. Trying to learn guitar and piano.
Thought of making my own recording of various op's and ed's duet style for alto and tenor. That wont happen till I move out in march from the dorms.
I've tried a lot and I can kind of play a piano but not really no. I mostly play woodwinds, especially saxes, and sometimes brass, but only high stuff like trumpets/french horns etc. I can't quite get my lips to work in low brass. I can't play a flute to save my life. And guitar. Does guitar even count? Who doesn't play guitar these days? My 9yo brother plays guitar.
Favorite stuff to play is mostly /v/ music tbh, at least solo. A lot of /v/ tracks, especially older ones, are a lot simpler in their arrangements and sound nice enough solo. I had a blast playing the NNB theme on my little brother's recorder from school though. I wish I were good at piano so I could play more complex things by myself but my brain doesn't like the mutitasking.
I haven't played seriously for at least 3 years.
Bassist who doesn't get laid reporting in.
Anime (and jrock/jpop in general) has a surprising amount of good, fun basslines. I really wanna learn this one next but it's pretty fucking hard and I suck ass.
Guitar, Flute, and Piano.
I know how to play the first four Pokemon Themes, Brave Song, from Angel Beats, a few Supercell pieces, and currently play from-ear the new ED for Durarara.
>trying to learn classical guitar, but am so bad it's not even funny.
The only thing I am able to do is to play amateurish recorder. At least I can play this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShVno5Yj4AQ.
Some day I'll get you, Une Lumiere Envoutante.
Yeah but you aren't playing melodies and chords with a computer keyboard (unless you're using a tracker or DAW or whatever), and you type one key at a time on a computer keyboard rather than the multiple keys you have with a piano.
You can't type the letters of a word all at the same time and that word then comes out. That's a chord. THen there's the left and right hand parts doing different things at the same time, as if you were typing multiple words with multiple key presses at once in one sentence and then simultaneously typing a second sentence underneath it on the next line. It's completely different from typing.
Why do assmad retards always think their shitty instrument is the same as piano?
I'm a campanologist and a member of a church bell ringing band.
Church bells are the absolute most dangerous music you can make. Metalheads in moshpits are sissy faggots. What other instrument can break your jaw or strip the skin off the palm of your hand as part of its operation?
>>bellringing anime never
>playing anime pieces