How to Play Smile! - MLP:FiM





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Published on Jun 7, 2012

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00:33 Part 1 "The Intro"
02:59 Part 2 "My name is Pinkie Pie..."
07:01 Part 3 "It Doesn't matter now, if you are sad or blue..."
09:10 Part 4 "Smile Smile Smile!"
=== 13:03 Right Hand Part 1
=== 13:25 Right Hand Part 2
=== 13:45 Right Hand Part 3

14:35 Part 5 "Silhouette Transition"
15:47 Part 6 "I like to see you grin..."
20:12 Part 7 "Grin Grin Grin!"
=== 21:26 Right Hand Part 1
=== 21:43 Right Hand Part 2
=== 22:05 Right Hand Part 3

23:22 Part 8 "It's true some days are dark and lonely..."
26:27 Part 9 "There is one thing that makes me happy..."
29:23 Part 10 "I really am so happy..."
31:39 Part 11 "Beam Beam Beam!"
34:13 Part 12 "Come on everypony, smile smile smile!..."
=== 34:59 Part 1
=== 36:41 Part 2

39:31 Part 13 "Yes the perfect gift for me..." (slight technical issues)
42:01 Part 14 "Come on and smile..."

43:54 Full Play Through (Speed adjusted to original length)


Good golly gracious this was an undertaking! lol
This is by far my longest tutorial to date, trumping my WWU Revamp by nearly twelve and a half minutes!

A word of caution,
This song is not easy!
If you are like me, you WILL at some (or multiple) point(s) become frustrated. lol

There are actually 4 editing errors in this tutorial. 3 are rather benign, but there is one big one in Part 13 (it Would happen to be in Part #13, now wouldn't it... lol) that will probably require a tutorial fix

I hope you all enjoy it and are able to get a lot out of it!
Daniel Ingram himself (Youtube name "Coniferone" for those who don't know) liked my cover of this, so that gave me added incentive to crank this out so I could share it with all of you! ^_^

Also, this version is rather closely related (a good 50-60% [approx.]) to DJDelta0's cover.

DJDelta0's Cover:

I hope you guys like it! /)^ε^(\

Credit for the original composition goes to Daniel Ingram, and it's definitely worth mentioning the fine folks at Hasbro and Studio B at well.

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