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This episode took a long time to make; I started recording on August 5, 2018 and finished editing on November 2, 2019). I recorded about 1 hour and 20 minutes of footage and I edited it down to about 25 minutes. This video probably has more edits than any video I've made before:
https://gab.com/Zebulan/posts/103072028724429852

So, hopefully, all that work resulted in a video that you will find entertaining. If not, then hopefully the next one will! I do think I've improved a lot since episode 1, but I know I can go much further. Please leave feedback in the comment section, either here on BitChute or on Dissenter (mention me with @Zebulan).

Timelapse music:
"Wagon Wheel" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com/)
Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

This video is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license:
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

This video was recorded using OBS and edited using Kdenlive.

Series playlist: COMING SOON (when I upload more episodes to BitChute, I guess)

Previous episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHH_MX_wlvA

A fan mix attempting to reconstruct what the complete I'm in Great Shape track might have sounded like in the canceled SMiLE album.

Sources used for this mix in order of use:

1. I Wanna Be Around and Friday Night/Workshop - SMiLE (Soniclovenoize 2018 fan mix)
2. I'm in Great Shape title section - I'm in Great Shape (dvakman 2018 edit): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qn_cKOJRiXE
3. Barnyard - The Smile Sessions Companion (fan mix by Barnshine from Smiley Smile forum)

Yes, I know the two versions of the title section backing track aren't supposed to both be used, but I don't have a good isolated source of the Humble Harv demo vocal to use, and looping the Durrie Parks acetate backing track is difficult, so I decided to just use dvakman's edit. Also, the fade-out on Barnyard might be a bit too quick, but I couldn't find good sources for isolated lead vocals and separate isolated backing vocals, so I can't put the two lyric lines right after each other in order to give time to start fading out earlier. On the other hand, Good Vibrations fades out even faster, so perhaps it's actually somewhat realistic for I'm in Great Shape to fade out like that as well.

I edited this together using Audacity: https://www.audacityteam.org

Buy The Smile Sessions:
https://allflac.com/album/251286

Listen to The Smile Sessions version of "I Wanna Be Around/Friday Night/Workshop" on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFjlu7XFIos

Listen to The Smile Sessions version of "I'm in Great Shape" on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0FrTBcWCWQ

Listen to The Smile Sessions version of "Barnyard" on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqdaLKa3EJ4

I'm pretty sure this mix falls under fair use. It is intended for nonprofit educational purposes.

A rough mix I made showcasing what a 3 minute long Heroes and Villains might sound like if it used Bicycle Rider as its chorus and fade. Is it historically accurate? I have no idea, but it does at least only use sections that existed in some form (albeit missing overdubs or with a different backing track entirely in the case of Children Were Raised) as far back as January 3. It's also only 3 minutes long, which makes it short enough to realistically be a single. In my opinion, the most questionable thing here is the transition from Mission Pak to DYLW Part 4; I think it may be too awkward a connection to be plausible.

Of course, this mix sort of assumes that Bicycle Rider takes the role of a chorus, appearing after both verse sections. It's possible that in an early January H&V, Bicycle Rider would have only occurred once. Sections recorded around this time but not used in this mix include:

- Do a Lot
- Part 1 Tag
- the early "chimes" version of what became the H&V Intro that is often used with but not actually a part of Fire; this version was slated as part 3, which seems to imply that it was used in the middle rather the start of the song at this point
- Bag of Tricks (possibly an experimental session; possibly intended to be used as a sound collage with various layers of overdubs fading in and out; if it was the latter, perhaps pieces of it were intended as overdubs for the "chimes" part 3, hence why the later Intro seems to borrow ideas from both)

Since Cantina was called part 2 when initially recorded, and judging by the complete absence of Bicycle Rider from the well-known safety copy mix included in the Smiley Smile/Wild Honey 2fer, I suspect that Cantina was the replacement for Bicycle Rider, so it doesn't make sense to have both in the same mix.

Sources used for this mix in order of use:
1. Verse 1&2 - Alternate Smile Sessions Box Set (fan mix by sydsutcliffe) Vol. IV Disc 7 "Verse 1 & 2 ('Twofer' Mix, Mono)" (itself presumably sourced from TSS or Smiley Smile/Wild Honey 2fer)
2. Bridge to Indians - The Smile Sessions disc 2 track 18 "Heroes and Villains: Verse Edit Experiment"
3. Bicycle Rider (1st half) - The Smile Sessions disc 3 track 4 "Do You Like Worms: Part 4 (Bicycle Rider)"
4. Bicycle Rider (2nd half with vocals) - The Smile Sessions disc 1 track 4 "Do You Like Worms (Roll Plymouth Rock)" (taken from 2nd chorus)
5. Bicycle Rider (short fragment at the end, needed because the prior source cuts to the next section too early) - The Smile Sessions disc 1 track 4 "Do You Like Worms (Roll Plymouth Rock)" (taken from 1st chorus)
6. Children Were Raised & Three Score and Five - Smiley Smile/Wild Honey 2fer track 23 "Heroes And Villains (Alternate Take)" (itself presumably sourced from TSS or Smiley Smile/Wild Honey 2fer)
7. acapella bridge/verse with backing track - Alternate Smile Sessions Box Set (fan mix by sydsutcliffe) Vol. IV Disc 7 "Verse 4 - Track & Back Vox ('Twofer' Mix, Mono)" (itself presumably sourced from TSS)
8. Mission Pak - The Smile Sessions disc 2 track 9 "Heroes and Villains: Mission Pak"
9. 1st half of DYLW Part 4 - The Smile Sessions disc 3 track 4 "Do You Like Worms: Part 4 (Bicycle Rider)"
10. Bicycle Rider (2nd half with vocals) - same source as 4
11. Bicycle Rider (short fragment at the end) - same source as 5
12. Bicycle Rider (2nd half with vocals) - same source as 4

I could have used some better sources and made a lot of this mix in stereo, but I was just trying to get an idea of how the whole thing would sound.

Also, every Bicycle Rider stereo mix I've ever heard seems to be a bit off to me; the indian chants seem too quiet. Even TSS mono mix seems to make the vocals as a whole a bit too loud relative to the backing track. Unfortunately I can't figure out how to sync the various Unsurpassed Masters tracks to isolate each layer of overdubs. If I could, I could potentially make my own stereo mix of that section that balances everything out in terms of relative volume.

I edited this together using Audacity: https://www.audacityteam.org

Buy The Smile Sessions:
https://allflac.com/album/251286

Listen to the Smiley Smile single on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMi7IWGhT20

Listen to the February "Cantina" mix that could have been released as a single on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfhtHqV1skA

I'm pretty sure this mix falls under fair use. It is intended for nonprofit educational purposes, is rather transformative (there are 11 cuts and 9 different source recordings that make up this 3 minute mix), and certainly is not a substitute for any of the officially released versions of H&V. Seriously, you can listen to every official release on YouTube, so you're only listening to this one if you're a nerd curious about how the song COULD have sounded.

The second re-edited version of the first Minecraft video I ever made. (Because I didn't cut out enough stuff the first time I re-edited it.)

ğŸŽžï¸Series Playlist: COMING SOON

The original version of the episode uploaded to YouTube on 2015-05-09. It was recorded using Fraps and edited using VSDC Free Video Editor.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-isu18ibSk
http://fraps.com/
http://www.videosoftdev.com/free-video-editor

This re-edit was originally published on 2019-07-29 and was edited using Kdenlive.
https://kdenlive.org/

ğŸŽ¶Intro Music: "How it Begins" by Kevin MacLeod
Visit his website: https://incompetech.com/
Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

ğŸŽ¶Meme Music: "Roundabout" by Yes
from their 1971 album Fragile
℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corporation
used under fair use
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPCLFtxpadE

Sheep voice by SethBling
sourced from Bite-Size Minecraft 2 (2013)
used under fair use
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00XJ9qrtyHM

This video is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

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Interested in coding, Minecraft, LEGO, and Christian AGI. Bet you didn't expect that last one.

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