The left and right pedals functions are well known, but what about the middle pedal? What does it do? For many players, it is a bit of a mystery. This allows notes to be sustained and ring for a long time. In grand pianos, the left pedal shifts the entire piano action to the right, so that the piano hammers only strike two of the three strings which creates a much softer, mellower tone.
This brings us to the middle pedal - the mystery pedal. In high-quality grand pianos, the middle pedal - the sostenuto - will keep the dampers raised on any note currently being played when the pedal is depressed. This is especially useful when the music calls for a note or chord to be sustained usually in the bass while another figure is played above it.
A popular example of where such a pedal would be used is in Debusy's Clair de lune from the Suite Bergamasque. On most other grand pianos, and in some upright pianos as well, that middle pedal will raise all of the dampers on the bass bridge. In theory, this allows for more flexibility in dynamics. Exolymph: Did you go straight from being a smol cylinder to your current incarnation? Did you have to work shitty normal jobs in between, or…?
Finally some answers on dark energy, the mysterious master of the Universe
Normal pedestrian rungs, approached haphazardly. Varying degrees of success; varying rates of turnover. I must continue to rise and fulfill my destiny, bestowed upon me at birth by the spirit of my great, great, great, great, great grandperson Baroque Master Cylinder. It feels right. Everybody has band names anyway. Not so different.
I am figuring out the business bit. Reply All started calling me mysterious.
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Mysteries are nice. Photo by Bill Smith. Nearly twenty years ago I wanted to be Squarepusher. Big Loada and Go Plastic are incredible albums that blew my mind. No one has ever topped his break programming and that seems weird to me by now. These days he sucks so, so, so badly. Also his own beats, which were really, really good, actually. We spent an hour driving to the airport, playing each other songs.
God Emperor - The Mysterious Master - Wuxiaworld
But none of my favorite bands from twenty years ago are still good now. Admiral Taylor, Wrathion and the mysterious master Do we have any info about this in Legion? Is Wrathion explaining anything about this? Is someone asking explanations to Wow developers via Twitter?
Is this just a deus ex machina to kill the admiral because Nazgrim was dead? I wish we could have a clear answer from the developers, once in a while. Reply With Quote.
No information on Admiral Taylor, his story is probably finished and yes, probably because we killed Nazgrim. Wrathion's appearance in WoD gets explained in Legion. He was behind Garrosh's escape plan, and intended to create an infinite army to combat the Legion. But Garrosh killed Kairoz and screwed everything up by convincing them to attack Azeroth instead. He apologizes to Baine and a new character who are present at the time.
In past expansions, Blizzard planted the seeds of what the following expansion would be. So at the end of Mythic Highmaul when we kill Cho'gall he says "lol too late, here comes my master" as well as that necrolyte-like dude at Admiral Taylor's garrison speaking of this master too. This points to something having to do with the Void. In light of the news that the Void is the old god's "domain" I'm willing to bet Blizzard planting the seeds of a true old god's expansion after Legion. I mean it would make sense