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This is what happens when your friend reminds you about audio editing. I ended up lowering the pitch on Let It Go from the new Frozen movie. And I gotta say, it’s really nice. Have yourself a listen and see what I mean.
And of course I had to draw a quick genderbend for this
EDIT: I’ve been getting a bunch of requests for this, so here you go folks:
Also if you’re looking for the Karaoke/Instrumental track for this particular version, you can find it right here!
oh mY GOSH THIS IS GORGEOUS
Eatnmen Vuelie by Frode Fjellheim
This song is confirmed to be the opening musical number for Disney’s Frozen, coming to cinemas later this year.
A faster, beat-driven arrangement (though lower quality in recording) can be found here. Neither of these recordings are a part of the official Disney soundtrack, which will be released November 25, 2013.
And then I think about what the actual John Powell soundtrack will sound like
So apparently the Space Jam theme and Gangnam Style match up perfectly, right down to the same BPM and key. Yes, this is mind-altering.
Oh my GOD
This is important.
There’s probably something to be said here about memetic hooks and the science of pop music and the four chord progression but NO TIME FOR SCIENCE THIS IS AMAZING
Oh my goodness
this is probably the best thing i’ve ever heard in my entire life
THIS IS MY JAM.
I’M MUSICALLY SET FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.
This is the first time an audio post made me laugh so hard that I cried
Jahahakdpsjzhsksd OH MY GOD
this is the only thing I will ever need for the rest of forever
I haven’t done homework all weekend. I really should have.
I have eight hours of work tomorrow, and another eight on Tuesday.
I have a chemistry test due on Wednesday, for a section that I’ve barely looked at.
I should sleep, because I have to get up at 5:30 for work.
But honestly, all I want to do right now is sit around, watch Merlin, read fanfiction, and listen to the Brave soundtrack on repeat for the rest of the night.
Sometimes I hate being a fangirl. Why can’t I just live normally.
It’s a beautiful feeling.
You can relax completely and feel your head bob of its own accord -ever so slightly- to the rhythm of the song.
And if you sit very still, you can feel your pulse throughout your body keeping time with the music you’re hearing.
And for a minute, it feels like the real world and that beautiful little world inside your head finally decided to say hello to one another.
But listening to its soundtrack on Pandora kind of makes me want to melt into a sappy goo and go find a handsome Irish fellow who makes me as happy as this music does. Darn you, John Powell, HOW DO YOU DO IT?!
Because nerd fans are the best fans.
Huzzah for you, amazing laser man. Kudos!