Author Topic: Yuji Ohno's inspiration  (Read 6756 times)

DragonmasterDan

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Re: Yuji Ohno's inspiration
« Reply #15 on: January 22, 2014, 03:44:53 pm »


Cause see if you can play both songs at the same time, they'll line up pretty darn perfectly if you scoot them around a bit. Although "Magnum Dance" is slightly faster, because they will not synchronize in a youtube doubler. You just have to listen for it unless you can find a way to slow Magnum Dance down.

VLC has a speed bar you can use to slow a media file down by percentage points. So just playing Nightcrawler in one window and a slowed down Magnum Dance (to the right speed) in VLC should do it.

SolHerald

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Re: Yuji Ohno's inspiration
« Reply #16 on: August 03, 2014, 07:49:04 pm »
Yuji Ohno seems to be a very big fan of American standards music, and he doesn't mind showing that.
Here we have "Bersaglio Rosso," a song from the beginning of Operation Return the Treasure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iceluys7g_g
And now listen to Nina Simone's cover of the song "Feeling Good": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfJRX-8SXOs
I love both songs so I don't mind too much that Yuji Ohno was so heavilly 'influenced'.

Desslok

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Re: Yuji Ohno's inspiration
« Reply #17 on: August 30, 2014, 02:05:20 am »
As far as borrowing themes and being inspired by other works - to be fair, that's how Jazz works. It's a giant mish-mosh of inspired sounds building on itself to be something original. . . . .