The current week’s prompt for the Cartoon Craziness Challenge (C³) is “build-a-burger”. I had more than one idea for this one, but here’s the one that I made:
You probably shouldn’t watch this because after a while it looks like Bach is looking right into your soul and mining your thoughts like the NSA on spice melánge. Plus it clocks in at two hours and change, but it does make some nice background music if you leave it up while you do housework or something.
I love your drawings lol but you need to remember to doodle a ping back in there as well lol
Dang it, the oversights of mobile blogging! We were pulling the dock out of the river too, and I was distracted. I’ll have to correct that real quick . . . If only doodling it worked!
You’re a star, thank you. I would hate for you to get lost in the mire.
Yikes at pulling to dock out, that certainly was a distraction!
My father-in-law may never forgive me for this, but I prefer Moog instrumentation to that of the viol family. To wit:
NOTE: I believe this is the Wendy Carlos arrangement, but it’s not the Switched-On Bach recording. The user is using Moog synths for sure, but I’m betting dollars to donuts he’s using digital sequencers, which is much tighter than what Carlos used in the late ’60s.
Thank you for my moment of synth geeking out. I tried to keep it short; I could blather on and on about this stuff.
Oh man, that is sublime. I wouldn’t know the sound of a moog synth off the top of my head but the fat timbre of the tones does enough for me! I gotta find more of this, it reminds me of Christmas. 🙂
Reminds you of Christmas, eh? Are you referring to Louis “Chip” Davis Jr. and Mannheim Steamroller? They are well-known for their Christmas albums…
It did bring the Steamroller to mind, my friend.
p.s. Davis worked with William Dale Fries, Jr. (better known as C.W. McCall) of “Convoy” fame.
Convoy . . . not ringing a bell there.
I’m showing my age. Try this clip, which is from the ’78 movie of the same name:
mmm… not moot, really. Moog. The line is named for its inventor, Robert Moog.
Dang it Jak that was autocorrect’s fault!
It’s a moot point now 😉
It could have been worse, as you likely well know.
It was a lot closer than the first auto-correction, at any rate.
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