Synchronous Super Mario accompaniment on a violin

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12 Responses to “Synchronous Super Mario accompaniment on a violin”

  1. wetdog2 says:

    For this, you went to Juilliard?

  2. Forrest says:

    This seems odd to us now, but in the early 20th century, the silent video game era, they actually had a live accompaniment for all video game sound tracks. This is how your great grandfather played Super Mario Brothers.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ah yes, some of the best stuff on the internet comes from Nico Nico

  4. caipirina says:

    What Micah said … it looked very familiar .. but then again, the link Lisa K. was pointing to has been youtubized and so it is nice to have a new link

  5. Donald Petersen says:

    Now, if the guy could accompany a real-time playthrough instead of a recorded (and thus rehearsable) playback, my jaw would hit the floor and I’d humbly hand it to him.

    As it is, he’ll just have to settle for being very, very good.

    And natty.

  6. TimDrew says:

    If he did the same for Pong, it would sound very Philip Glass, I suspect.

  7. overgrown says:

    y’all ever check out megaband?

  8. Elton says:

    LOVE IT. I finally know what to push my kids to excel at if I go all tiger-mama on them.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I STILL feel anxious when he goes under ground and I hear that music.

  10. Anonymous says:

    White tie! Gentleman is right!

  11. Micah says:

    I know it’s not cool to point these things out, but…

    http://www.boingboing.net/2010/06/18/violinist-plays-mari.html

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