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Piano From Above: Pokemon Theme Song - Gotta Catch Em' All | 267,000+ Notes | Black MIDI ~ MusiMasta

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Published on Sep 5, 2016

Synthesia/Piano From Above - Pokemon Anime Theme/Intro Song/Gotta Catch Em All by John Siegler & John Loeffle, performed by Jason Paige. Black, MIDI, Impossible, Piano, Remix, Arrangement, Cover, Parody, Music - by MusiMasta - 267,426 Notes
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♫ As you probably know from watching my other videos, you saw that I finished my Asgore MIDI in the middle of August. Well, here in Washington, school starts on the 1st of September, so I had time to make another Black MIDI. After resting for a week or so, I started working on this. It started getting rushed as I only had a week to "try" to finish it, alongside with other stuff I had to do, like a bunch of swim team tryouts, violin auditions and summer reading homework. Because of all that, the making of this MIDI got sorta delayed and I finally finished now after the first couple days of school.

Let me tell you a secret. I really never experienced Pokemon until Pokemon Go. Sure, I traded Pokemon cards passively in elementary school but erm...yeah. Once I got introduced to Pokemon Go by my dad, I've started loving Pokemon. I actually find myself going out and biking again and not living a sedentary life in front of my computer. I'm not a cheater and use hacks so right now I'm lvl 20, almost 21. My top Pokemon is a 1300 Vaporeon. If I had to state my favorite pokemon, it would be Vaporeon, hence the background of this video. I dunno why, it's probably just that I like water and bubbles. In fact, I read a lot of Vaporeon TF stories and if there's one impossible wish I'd like to happen, it'd be to transform myself into a Vaporeon to escape the business of life and treat myself to the beauty of nature and water. Building on to this, from this game, I found out all about the awesome TV shows and movies I missed. That's why I'm watching em' all now. One day, when I have more time, I hope to play some of those Pokemon games too. :D

And well, about Pokemon Black MIDIs in general, I feel there is not enough of them. Just take a look at even Undertale for example. There's plenty of them. And out of the few that Pokemon has, not to judge or be mean, most are just plain bad. So that's why I felt the urge to make one (even though I'm a noob at Black MIDIs and this is my second one). In this MIDI, I tried focusing on adding more melodic notes than spam like in the Asgore MIDI. Hopefully it turned out well. Also, I'm definitely going to make more Pokemon Black MIDIs in the near future. Also, let's make this viral pls unlike meh Asgore MIDI! With my commentary out of the way, enjoy the video. ScubGem style on this MIDI. :)

MIDI Download: http://bit.ly/2hK0Q2o
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Soundfont: Kryo Keys 2 Concert Grand Piano by Frozen Snow Productions & Keppy Studios
The Kryo Keys 2 Concert Grand is a project, made to be the most realistic and powerful piano soundfont in the entire world. Sampled from a world-class Steinway D-274 using multiple top-of-the-line microphones by Keppy Studios, it provides a crisp sound one will never forget. This project includes the all-new Quantum System developed by Frozen Snow Productions which allows for intricate remastering from the hammer to the strings itself. A custom reverb algorithm is also used to simulate the fall of the sound in a concert hall as well. Hope you enjoy the audio quality!
Frozen Snow Productions' YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2aZO50F
Keppy Studios' YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2aWaBpI
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Image Credit: http://www.opengavel.com/wallpaper/va...
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This video and the associated audio fall under the fair use policy through the parody clause. MusiMasta does not claim ownership of the original composition, instead, this parody version (declared in section 17 of the US Copyright Code as an imitation of the original song by Jason Paige) falls under the rights of fair use and prevention of redistribution by anyone that inhibits this original parody. Any separate use of this MIDI must also fall under the fair use and parody clause in order to prevent any kind of copyright infringement from Jason Paige. Also, this project was made under the Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, "allowance is made for fair use in purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted.

© If by chance you are the copyright holder of any of the footage or material used in this video and do not want me to re-use this content and are able to prove it is indeed yours please tell me and I will kindly take the video down or modify the way I credit the content if that is what you wish.

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