Hey! I am Johnny Galvatron and I am the person who works at Beethoven & Dinosaur. We worked on our psychedelic narrative adventure rock opera, Skillful escape, from the 2nd day of Woodstock in 1969 to today … it’s out. I can not believe this. I’m excited, nervous, scared, nuts, scary and in the mood to dance.
Shredding your holographic guitar is a huge part Skillful escape and today, on our day, I thought I’d tell you a little about how we write, record and market our amazing guitar.
While Francis Vendetti travels the transdimensional wonderland on his journey to create a new stage image, he can play his guitar at any time. This poses several technical problems. How do you make the guitar played by the player at any time smoothly blend in with the environment and background music?
The answer is no. You do.
Have you ever heard of the Dark Side of the Rainbow? It’s kind of a legend … maybe a myth. The story goes like this: If you start playing Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon on the third roar of MGM’s lion splash at the start of 1939’s The Wizard of Oz, they’ll match. …
Of course not really. It’s just that your brain is trying to find meaning between sound and picture. This is sometimes called pareidolia, i.e. the tendency to see something familiar or meaningful in an object or pattern. What we do is write a song that stays in a single key, say Eb. Then on that track, we record tons of guitar, cut it, edit it together, and continuously process the pieces until they sound flawless against our backing tracks. Now, if we’ve done our job right, you can play riffs anywhere and the player will associate their guitar with changing chords, harmonizing with fleeting melodies, or reaching a peak in a crescendo that seems predetermined … but it isn’t. ” t. Your brain acts as a composer and a listener at the same time.
We are very happy with how it all turned out and we hope you enjoy jamming as much as we do in the game. Skillful escape not now. Play!
US $ 19.99
On the eve of his first performance, Francis Vendetti is battling the legacy of a dead folk legend and the cosmic journey of his own imagination. Escaping his uncle’s musical legacy, the young guitar prodigy embarks on a psychedelic journey to inspire his new stage image, in search of who he is not, on an adventure that spans stolen opera houses, melodic alien landscapes and the impossible. the depths of the Cosmic Unusual. The stars were voiced by Michael Johnston, Caroline Kinley, Lena Headey, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Strong and Karl Weathers.