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## Angles - Panda parody

Started by JWinslow23, September 18, 2016, 09:11:30 AM

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#### JWinslow23

I've made yet another song about tau. I think this might be my best yet, and I'm proud of the lyrics (especially the fact that I was able to shoehorn the names of the guys who proposed tau in the first place and their publications, and 35 digits of tau itself!).

https://clyp.it/tvawqxck

Lyrics if you need to follow along (because especially during the actual verse, I get fast):
[spoiler=Lyrics]This what they all been waitin' for
I guess so
They been waitin' for this for a long time didn't they
We gotta start using tau
Ayo teacher pull up tauday.com on the projector
Ayy we just lookin' at this from all angles
Look at the angles

Angles, angles
Angles, angles, angles, angles, angles

I got all different angles
Trigonometrical values
Fill in the blank and it's magic
Unit circle, values
Never die, never diameter
Unit circle, values
6 point 2, 8 3
Man, it's a turn, like a planet
If you're in this class and you panic
Go with the natural constant
Hope you students understand me

I got all different angles
Trigonometrical values
Fill in the blank and it's magic
Unit circle, values
Never die, never diameter
Unit circle, values
6 point 2, 8 3
Man, it's a turn, like a planet
If you're in this class and you panic
Go with the natural constant
Hope you students understand me

Hey
Angles, angles
Angles, angles, angles, angles, angles, angles, angles, angles

I got all different angles
Trigonometrical, getting values
Tau is the constant, like it's endless
Whole buncha calculus
They don't know what the better irrational is
I get answers without a two factored in
Got no reason for having diameters, tau is the naturalest
Unit circle, values
Euler's Identity may just
Be better with tau as the circular ratio
E to the i pi plus one equals zero
E to the i tau equals one, and it's clearer
Complex rotation ain't complex in math
It's a turn, like a planet, if you're in this panic
Then you're gonna get it, using tau means that you quicker-witted
I got students that's counting for digits
Say you learning a lot of new studies
But your number's 6 point 2 8 3 1 8
5 3 0 7 1 7 9 5 8
6 4 7 6 9 2 5 2 8
6 7 6 5 5 9 0 0, 5 7 6 8
I got all of the digits
Numbers all are infinite
The mathematicians
Know we all need to listen
To "Pi Is Wrong", which is written
By Bobby Palais
Michael Hartl, and The Tau
Manifesto, and Tau Before It Was Cool by Joseph Lindenbergh
I want it clear when it's written
Learn tau and its digits
And all of the math is terrific

Angles, angles
Angles, angles, angles, angles, angles

I got all different angles
Trigonometrical values
Fill in the blank and it's magic
Unit circle, values
Never die, never diameter
Unit circle, values
6 point 2, 8 3
Man, it's a turn, like a planet
If you're in this class and you panic
Go with the natural constant
Hope you students understand me

I got all different angles
Trigonometrical values
Fill in the blank and it's magic
Unit circle, values
Never die, never diameter
Unit circle, values
6 point 2, 8 3
Man, it's a turn, like a planet
If you're in this class and you panic
Go with the natural constant
Hope you students understand me

Angles, angles
Angles, angles, angles, angles, angles[/spoiler]

What do you think?
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#### Caleb Hansberry

I like it, I think it's got good rhythm and rhyme. Only thing I would change is the part where you repeat the word "angles" - I'd make it more... the same in pitch/speed I think. Also I'm not familiar with what it'd parodying.
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#### DJ Omnimaga

I like the idea. Also the song type fits well. I think you should make those quiet sections shorter, though. Other than that I like it.
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#### JWinslow23

Quote from: Caleb Hansberry on September 19, 2016, 02:57:06 AM
I like it, I think it's got good rhythm and rhyme. Only thing I would change is the part where you repeat the word "angles" - I'd make it more... the same in pitch/speed I think. Also I'm not familiar with what it'd parodying.
Which part? There's 3 of those parts. Also, the original is here:

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on September 19, 2016, 03:24:30 AM
I like the idea. Also the song type fits well. I think you should make those quiet sections shorter, though. Other than that I like it.
Thanks. I'd agree with you there.
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#### DJ Omnimaga

Not the first quiet part but the other two.
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#### JWinslow23

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on September 19, 2016, 05:07:06 AM
Not the first quiet part but the other two.
That was in response to Caleb, but thanks for the feedback.
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