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  1. Hello I was told to post here, anyways I'm looking for a remix of dead and gone that resembles this <url>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap55A45tBrw&feature=related</url> Its for a lyrical jazz dance, and needs to be about 1;40 1:50 in length, and similar in composition to this one, I'd like to it to be fairly distortion free with emphasis on lyrics (lyrical dance) Heres the lyrics used in the remix, I'd prefer it if it stayed the same. Originally I tried downloading the audio and cleaning the noise, but theres too much distortion and low sound quality. I'd greatly appreciate any help. Chorus: Ooooooo I've been traveling On this road to long Just trying to find My way back home The old me Is dead and gone Dead and gone Verse 1: I aint never been scared, I lived through tragedy Situation coulda been dead Lookin back at it Most of that shit Didn't even have to happen But u don't think about it When u out there trappin In apartments hangin Smokin and rappin Niggas start shit didn't Next thing ya kno we cappin Get locked up Then didn't even get mad Now think about damn What a life I had Verse 2: No more stress, now I'm straight, Now I get it now I take Time to think Before I make mistakes Just for my familys sake That part of me left yesterday The heart of me is strong today No regrets I'm blessed to say The old me dead and gone away. Verse 3: I turn my head to the east I don't see nobody by my side I turn my head to the west Still nobody in sight So I turn my head to the north, Swallow that pill That they call pride The old me is dead and gone, The new me will be alright Chorus: Chorus: Ooooooo I've been travelin On this road to long Just trying to find My way back home The old me Is dead and gone Musical Interlude
  2. PJ

    OCR Fit Club

    the 1-2 month thing is taken from the Synerstrech manual, a reputable document with some basis in science. An average Joe will not reach his maximum flexibility in 1-2 months , without correct technique and a very well structured program featuring PNF and static stretching. the 1-2 months i should clarify is not a guideline for all people, however it IS possible, although it is NOT recommended for growing people, or without a solid understanding of what you're doing - overstretching being a key concern. The planche example was probably uneccesary in retrospect, however the point still stands that flexibility can boost your strength to bodyweight ratio or pound for pound strength. Its also highly practical for applicable strength in relation to sports performance, as being overly bulky is often undesirable. If you're not in a hurry to build flexibility, then static/isometric sketching regimens are sufficient. However if you were in a hurry to, say for a martial arts tournament or sports activity, then you may well wish to consider PNF stretching 3-4 times a week, with some light-moderate stretching on your off days. i made the point about stretching, because stretching is NOT advisable for ALL physical activities, in certain cases the biomechanic changes brought about stretching can be of more detriment then benefit. In the case of running, being overly flexible can reduce the efficiency of joint motion. Stretching combines well with activies like powerlifting and bodyweight exercises: planche development, pullups, handstand pushups, rings, because dynamic movement requires inherent strength to hold the agonist muscles, co-ordination, and balance as well. Like most individual aspects of fitness, stretching is complemented by other activities. Either way its advisable to invest in a book, it will help you with some stretches, formulating a schedule and reasonable goals, motivation e.t.c. It is important to consider what KIND of flexibility you want. Being able to do the splits doesn't mean you can kick high and vice versa. Doing the splits doesn't mean you can do split-leaps. I have to disagree with only doing stretches until you feel light pain. Research indicates that moderate-heavy stretches yield the greatest gains. HOWEVER when first stretching, you start with light stretches, and as time and flexibility increases, you increase the intensity of the stretch. After 6-8 weeks, you might start doing high intensity stretches, that is stretch until you feel moderate-heavy pain initially that SUBSIDES as you hold the stretch for more than a few seconds, NEVER MORE THAN THIS, beyond this point is OVER-STRETCHING which damages the connective tissue that binds your muscle to joints (this is what proper stretching lengthens, and improper/over stretching damages causing it to heal but shorter in length. I hope this clarifies some matters as my initial post was composed in a hurry.
  3. i'd buy the song, but the full length song is far too long to be used in a choroegraphed piece. Also the remix sound quality, while maybe poor, the actual remix is very genre appropriate (lyrical). Hence why I'm asking for help ( = Also the main source of noise is audience clapping/cheering which is exceedinly distracting. Or perhaps if someone used the original songs and remixed something similar, of a short length <2 minutes, to those songs and lyrics that would also be appreciated.
  4. PJ

    OCR Fit Club

    especially among men, FLEXIBILITY is very, very underrated. Correctly done (that is not overstretching, or trying to stretch beyond your maximum level, will increase range of motion, muscular strength and endurance. Combined with weightlifting activities, you will have less risk of injury, stronger and more lean muscles, as well as greater endurance. my friend recently picked up a book called 'Stretching anatomy' by Nelson and KIkkononen off amazon, and its been very helpful, very colorful and indepth without being overwhelming. Flexibility doesn't take too long to develop done correctly, maximum flexibility takes about 2 months ,(lower body) 1 month (upper body) <source Synerstretch> to achieve, via PNF (google it, generally requires partner) and static stretching. Flexibility is also helpful in lots of sports (sprinting is an exception because flexibility in that scenario can reduce muscular efficiency), because just doing weights can result in muscles that are too large to be practical, or are inefficient. To conclude, dont neglect a structured sketching regimen as part of total fitness. Stretching is one of the reasons gymnasts have almost unparalleled strength to weight ratios (lighter boxers do come in mind as well). A guy in a gym may be able to bench press 300 pounds, but can he do a planche, suspending his entire body weight above the ground on his hands ,while his body is parralel to the floor.
  5. I tried fiddling around with audacity for an hour but couldn't quite remove the noise without making these two tracks sound robotic/distorted. I would appreciate it if someone could try and get the noise off these two remixes which I would like to use for lyrical jazz dance in a school production. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I have no real idea about remixing/sound editing. here are the links. Dead and gone remix: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap55A45tBrw Bleeding Love remix: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_QK_Wuunpw&feature=related
  6. PJ

    World of Warcraft

    zircon speaks the truth. Russel Cox makes good music. Therefore he R WINNAH, or maybe I've had too much to drink
  7. this song is pure awesome. Blew me away. Reading peoples reviews of it could not brace me for the sheer power of that song. The best remix I have EVER heard. Nobuo Uematsus black mages would want to rip this off, THIS is how you remix Final Fantasy!
  8. Beautiful orchestration. One of the best Terra remixes, although i prefer Terra in Black, this is damn good!
  9. PJ

    World of Warcraft

    my god russell cox your right, you have a priest as well right? inspector rasuvious is sooo fun, my guild won't let me do it yet though, because I have no +spell hit gear lying around haha, my MC always breaks early and big o.0. heh, i agree with you on most of the fights, its great when a fresh fight comes up for us priesty's. P.s. your Final fantasy remixes are awesome xD, your name sounded familiar.
  10. PJ

    World of Warcraft

    Curious, what boss fights do you consider to be the most fun, doesn't matter endgame or not AQ, BWL, MC whatever, post your thoughts. For me Nefarian is pretty fun, but no way near as fun as Twin Emperors fight in AQ40. Ah that was fun , (but not the repair bill rofl), nothing beats the exhiliration of caning those twins. C'thun's cool too, giant eye beams, and tentacles are cool.
  11. PJ

    World of Warcraft

    Well Sorry Mr. suzembachi, I did not google, anything, then again there's no point arguing with someone as crude as you. The warrior ability overpower? what has that have to do with my response. Geez your attack, if something as pitiful as that can be called one, is completely off the topic. Cookie Cutter you say? hmmm... says alot about you. Honestly, READ something properly before you attempt to rebutt... The fact still stands, rogues are the last class anyone with a perfunctory knowledge of WoW would say needs nerfing... anyways nice attempt at trolling, but as people would say "Lrn2troll"
  12. PJ

    World of Warcraft

    http://ctprofiles.net/1680203 currently @ 860 +healing, target 1000 The fact that you see fit to judge other classes and make assumptions says alot. No, not in your favour. This is not a flame, but a statement, people are too quick to jump to the conclusion that rogues are overpowered.
  13. PJ

    World of Warcraft

    No rogues are NOT overpowered, they need the most loving out of ANY class in WoW hands down... You argue that hey rogues can kill anything sure they can. And so can a holy priest... Rogues with full cooldowns>pretty much anything... pretty much anything>rogue with nothing available. Far out they're not damage machines anymore... Hell they're damage is becoming laughable, backed by horrendous itemisation. Indeed 5 piece nightslayer is prefered by rogues in pvp b/c it blows bloodfang out of the water. here is an example of ridiculous itemisation... C'thun leather belt +64 attack power 20 stamina 1 hit + 1 crit Fury/arms Onslaught girdle, MC gear 31 strength , 9 stam, 1 hit 1 crit. so 11 more stamina and 2 more ap.... you'd think there'd be more difference ? C'thun is a *little* bit harder than MC... Besides, as everyone with half a brain knows, Endgame rogues struggle to stay within touching distance of fury warriors? Why do I know? because i have a full tier 2 rogue(6/8 BF), and full trans priest /w blessed qiraji augur staff on smolderthorn horde. I gave up on the rogue... please dont say nerf rogue, you are ONLY proving your ignorance, it disgusts me