1-11, and backwards from 6.
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I'm not sure if this is safe for work... but it's conceivably something Jared might hallucinate. PNG frames in resources.
One of JasonAngelone's monsters animated. Ten frames, 2100x1960 PNG (transparent). See results for demo.
Basic visualization of some of the bricks as in this example: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1451687
Just in case anyone is still planning to participate in this collab: This is a simple representation of the melody (to the best of my abilities; scores would have been helpful). It's based on a 32x24 grid, two measures wide, 1+2/2 octaves high. I thought it could perhaps make for a basis for something moving along the lines, or jumping on them, in an animation.
I'll upload the grid and the other bricks that I have so far in a zip file.
He smiled complacently, unaware that the true reason for her screams was her trying to scare away the wolfs in her dream.
This isn't much in itself, but I thought it might work as a template for something more sophisticated. The idea is simple: time is horizontal, pitch vertical. I tried my best to get the timing accurate - the image width (800px) represents 8 beats; "resolution" is eighth notes, i.e. the Piano Main for example starts between 0 and 50px (first half of the first beat), and ends between 500 and 550 (first half of 6th beat). Melodies are estimated and not to scale; coloring is non-functional. The vertical positioning doesn't mean anything. I only arranged them below each other here to get them all in one image (aligned with zero), but they could, of course, be lined up along with an audio REmix.
I also tried to make a tentative animation, but didn't get far beyond the realization that 138 beats are a PITA to correlate with anything, at least with the software I have available. I might try again, but first there are more bricks that I want to take care of. Let me know what you think.
A loud thud woke him up in the middle of the night. The bed next to him was empty.
"What's wrong with me?", he wondered, and crawled back under his blanket.