After seeing the movie “The Lorax” based on the book by Dr. Seuss, I thought of something that correlates between “Horton Hears a Who!” and this book/movie. In fact, I was thinking about it when I first learned about Truffula Trees from the movie. It’s funny though, because about two years ago I was going through different Seuss books, and came across “The Lorax”, but never bothered to read it. I did read “Horton Hears a Who!”, “Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories”, and “McElligot’s Pool” though that same day I went to my local library. Anyways, thinking about Truffula Trees, I noticed how closely it resembled to an important element from “Horton Hears a Who!”.
On Thursday, I decided to try out the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, on VMWare Workstation, and gee, it’s highly disappointing. Getting into my thoughts about the OS later, there are a couple things to note when using VMWare Workstation to run the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
If you’re on Facebook, Twitter and/or Google+, you’ll be able to find Tyty Music on all three outlets. I created these specially for TyTy Music so that it would be easier to follow updates on things such as the revision of my Pokémon Video Game Medley, and other music things that I probably would find interesting or have other things to share. You’ll also find a YouTube Channel for Tyty Music, which is a post I made at the beginning of February. So if you’re interested, subscribe to TytyWebMusic on YouTube, like TytyWebMusic on Facebook, follow @TytyWebMusic on Twitter or add +TytyWebMusic on Google+ if you would like to stay more up to date with more music related things concerning Tyty Music and etc.
I just created a new YouTube channel called TytyWebMusic where I will publicize and post arrangements that I make, and performances of small groups, bands or soloists. I also created a video as well to explain how the sheet music of the Pokémon Video Game Medley is not available as I am in the midst of revising it, and to announce that I am the arranger of the piece and how I have a new channel. You guys can subscribe if you want, and hopefully I get the videos I want up there.
Got statement sized parts (8.5 x 5.5) and want them in a PDF file, but want to have two of the same parts on one page? After doing some searching on the web, I found out a way to do exactly just that. I was really happy that I finally figured out how to do this, and am excited to be able to share with everyone else the way to do this. However, there is one thing that you will probably need in order to replicate what I have done.