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May 10th, 2020

"10 Essential Steps For Counting From 1 to 10"
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What did you think?

I'm sure theory super comes in handy for taking a closer look at this and organizing things neatly... I say, still not studying it.

And when you make songs by feel and use your ears to judge, you can't tell if it's muddy or emo, so making fancy songs is hard and wears at your nerves.

To put it in simple terms for those who don't make music, if you use the sounds that make up fancy chords just right, it sounds super fancy, but if you make a misstep, it just sounds grody, which is what makes them hard to use. I'll sum it up in a video sometime if I have time.

A stylish song quickly becomes muddy with one wrong step.

Just like how artists worry "I dunno if the perspective here is right..." when they're drawing, music creators worry "I dunno if this part is muddy..." when they're making music.

Maybe some of it is bias in the works I've consumed, but I don't get much of a moe feeling from master-servant relationships, and desire equal relationships instead...

My brain is glitching out due to quarantine, so I'm fantasizing about Miku-chan, Rin-chan, and me driving to the shopping mall and looking at accessories and clothes together and eating in the food court and taking selfies together...

I just want to be normal, equal-footing friends with Miku-chan and Rin-chan.

This is gonna sound gross, but I'm a dreamer girl who doesn't want Miku-chan and Rin-chan to call me "Master," but my real name plus "-chan."

[Jun: "I hear people who like being told "good girl" are unsatisfied people who want to grab chests! For real?"]
For real.

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