||18:57 CST :: 1/11/2006
Resident Pump pianist and Cornell alumnus
Group: PH Administrators
Location: Los Altos, CA - originally from Ithaca, NY
Joined: Mar. 2004
Total Posts: 5740
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Whatever. AWESOME day at the arcade anyway. I played all these songs at around 600 bpm instead of around 450, and I also did NOT use the Mini mod (which helps at first, but then when you know the steps, it gets kind of distracting). All ITG2 Experts, and I had to write all these down too:
EDIT: Little Kitty Mine: 93.62%, S
Birdie: 92.26%, S
ROM-eo & Juli8: 89.71%, S-
I think I like that sound...: 89.50%, S-
Do U Love Me: 86.99%, A+ (Full Great Combo too, holy crap! )
Tribal Style: 86.33%, A+
Spin Chicken: 85.02%, A
Remember December: 84.82%, A
EDIT: Temple of Boom: 83.32%, A
EDIT: Hillbilly Hardcore: 80.83%, A- (first time passing!)
My Favorite Game: 79.72%, B+ (wtf...I still suck at drills)
Sunshine: 71.72%, B-
Summer in Belize: 69.32%, B- (again...drills kill me)
Soapy Bubble: argh, didn't write this down. All I remember is that I failed it on the LAST F**KING NOTE.
EDIT: Sweet World: around 44%, F (WTF THIS SHOULD BE AN 11!!!! And the steps are so stupid too...)
Clockwork Genesis: 68.53%, C+
Charlene: 63.02%, C
Robotix: 60.66%, F (damn! I just CAN'T last all the way through!)
The Beginning: 47.17%, F (I was actually doing pretty well but I gave up at that looooooong final run. How the hell do so many kids have the stamina to pull this crap off?!?)
The one thing that puzzled me, however, was that I only got about 84% on D-Code (didn't write it down either). It's the easiest 10 to pass by far, but for some reason I'm having a hard time getting an A+ or better on it.
Oh, and I did NOT get any better grades on Da Roots or Fleadh Uncut. Why do you ask?
Current piano projects: None atm.
Some of my performances: Feux D'artifice, by Claude Debussy, La Cathedrale Engloutie, by Debussy, Nocturne in B Major, Op. 62 no. 1, by Frederic Chopin, Ballade no. 1 in G Minor, by Chopin, Amberley Wild Brooks, by John Ireland, Prelude in D Minor, Op. 28 No. 24, by Chopin
Show me a person who describes anything as "overrated", and I'll show you a person who's run out of good ideas.