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Donald Trump rap: Mike Check, 1, 2

Started by JWinslow23, July 21, 2016, 09:58:16 am

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JWinslow23



This is my latest song, simultaneously summarizing and making fun of Donald Trump and Mike Pence's interview on 60 Minutes. The audio is kind of a bad quality on the voices, but it's not really something I can help, because DVRs don't record shows on your computer, much less with HQ surround sound :P .

If you want lyrics, they're in YouTube's closed captioning. You might need them, sometimes Trump flows too fast!

What do you think? Please like and comment on the video if you can!

DJ Omnimaga

Interesting :P. Regarding DVR quality, is it because DVR recording decreases the quality a lot or is it because you had to use a mic to record? Because I think you can use special cables or a capture card for that. I had some tool in the past that allowed me to copy VHS tapes in AVI format.

JWinslow23

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 21, 2016, 03:19:42 pm
Interesting :P. Regarding DVR quality, is it because DVR recording decreases the quality a lot or is it because you had to use a mic to record? Because I think you can use special cables or a capture card for that. I had some tool in the past that allowed me to copy VHS tapes in AVI format.

I ended up downloading it from CBS's website, but it ended up being LQ for some reason. And I'm saying, DVRs don't record on my computer; I don't think I can make it do that.

It took a while to make that, too, especially Pence's lyrics (because he didn't talk a lot). You can tell I just got lazy at the end with rhyming "policy" and "office, see?".

DJ Omnimaga

Oh, what I meant is having the DVR record from the TV, then use a capture card or special cables to record your TV content on your computer. That can be done and that's how most people copy TV shows on Youtube. But those cables or the capture card obviously cost money.

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