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#22 - Picture 10/18/2014 on Last Day of School -1
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#10 - Friend, in a 300 piece band where you hold no rank of any kind… 08/07/2014 on How to spot the high guy +3
#8 - Nope, just accusing someone who has no control of the matter.  [+] (8 new replies) 08/07/2014 on How to spot the high guy +1
User avatar #9 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
You downplayed it pretty well by passing it off as stand tunes. Tell me, if someone from a different section was out of step would you just continue to let them be out of step because they aren't from your section?
#12 - insaneguy (08/07/2014) [-]
so... as a former marching band-er. you're not being unfair, but when the band's doing stand tunes the stadium's eyes are generally not on them- they're on the game being played. Adding to that that the band isn't moving at all, nobody's looking at them, and they're not getting graded on anything... it really doesn't matter where their angles are at. Sure, it looks better if they put them up, but in the long run it doesn't really matter at all. Just how good they sound

cheer up. here's a mexican cat drinking cuervo.
User avatar #13 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
Everything you stated makes sense. However, for the most part the crowd wouldn't notice if the band looked good and were doing everything right, but definitely notice when they're doing things poorly. Also, when you aim a trombone at the back of the person in front of you it doesn't help the sound project to the football stadium you're trying to fill with sound.
User avatar #18 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
Really, if any marching band instructor gives any shits about horn angles during stand tunes (Outside of the standard keeping it at a good level) is insane..... More insane than they should be. The horns are pointed down because, you guessed it, there is still someone conducting on the lower level of the stands, Trombones being a brass instrument is placed further back and higher up, so they have to look down a bit to keep a good eye on the conductor.
User avatar #21 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
That's funny, I never had any trouble seeing my band director from the back when I played trombone in marching band. I managed to keep my horn up too. And yes, it is a little insane, but you don't get really good without some drive.
User avatar #24 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
I played Marimba in Pitt, so I was always on the field, but they had me running training for the winds and some brass teaching them how to keep time while marching in their first year. I never really was in the stands and that was what our director told us
#52 - shutchyomouf (08/08/2014) [-]
There are a very large amount of replies here.

*writes down stuff on clipboard*
*walks away*
#10 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Friend, in a 300 piece band where you hold no rank of any kind, it is a bit rude and out of line to criticize another section. I feel like you are venting at me some frustrations you have had in the past. Please, continue.
#6 - Well, someone feels like being a douche today.  [+] (10 new replies) 08/07/2014 on How to spot the high guy +5
#7 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
So am I being unfair or something?
#8 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Nope, just accusing someone who has no control of the matter.
User avatar #9 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
You downplayed it pretty well by passing it off as stand tunes. Tell me, if someone from a different section was out of step would you just continue to let them be out of step because they aren't from your section?
#12 - insaneguy (08/07/2014) [-]
so... as a former marching band-er. you're not being unfair, but when the band's doing stand tunes the stadium's eyes are generally not on them- they're on the game being played. Adding to that that the band isn't moving at all, nobody's looking at them, and they're not getting graded on anything... it really doesn't matter where their angles are at. Sure, it looks better if they put them up, but in the long run it doesn't really matter at all. Just how good they sound

cheer up. here's a mexican cat drinking cuervo.
User avatar #13 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
Everything you stated makes sense. However, for the most part the crowd wouldn't notice if the band looked good and were doing everything right, but definitely notice when they're doing things poorly. Also, when you aim a trombone at the back of the person in front of you it doesn't help the sound project to the football stadium you're trying to fill with sound.
User avatar #18 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
Really, if any marching band instructor gives any shits about horn angles during stand tunes (Outside of the standard keeping it at a good level) is insane..... More insane than they should be. The horns are pointed down because, you guessed it, there is still someone conducting on the lower level of the stands, Trombones being a brass instrument is placed further back and higher up, so they have to look down a bit to keep a good eye on the conductor.
User avatar #21 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
That's funny, I never had any trouble seeing my band director from the back when I played trombone in marching band. I managed to keep my horn up too. And yes, it is a little insane, but you don't get really good without some drive.
User avatar #24 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
I played Marimba in Pitt, so I was always on the field, but they had me running training for the winds and some brass teaching them how to keep time while marching in their first year. I never really was in the stands and that was what our director told us
#52 - shutchyomouf (08/08/2014) [-]
There are a very large amount of replies here.

*writes down stuff on clipboard*
*walks away*
#10 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Friend, in a 300 piece band where you hold no rank of any kind, it is a bit rude and out of line to criticize another section. I feel like you are venting at me some frustrations you have had in the past. Please, continue.
#4 - Bruh, it is stand tunes. (plus, I played sax. **** that)  [+] (12 new replies) 08/07/2014 on How to spot the high guy +13
User avatar #5 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
What, is the trombone section invisible while it's in the stands or something?
#6 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Well, someone feels like being a douche today.
#7 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
So am I being unfair or something?
#8 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Nope, just accusing someone who has no control of the matter.
User avatar #9 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
You downplayed it pretty well by passing it off as stand tunes. Tell me, if someone from a different section was out of step would you just continue to let them be out of step because they aren't from your section?
#12 - insaneguy (08/07/2014) [-]
so... as a former marching band-er. you're not being unfair, but when the band's doing stand tunes the stadium's eyes are generally not on them- they're on the game being played. Adding to that that the band isn't moving at all, nobody's looking at them, and they're not getting graded on anything... it really doesn't matter where their angles are at. Sure, it looks better if they put them up, but in the long run it doesn't really matter at all. Just how good they sound

cheer up. here's a mexican cat drinking cuervo.
User avatar #13 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
Everything you stated makes sense. However, for the most part the crowd wouldn't notice if the band looked good and were doing everything right, but definitely notice when they're doing things poorly. Also, when you aim a trombone at the back of the person in front of you it doesn't help the sound project to the football stadium you're trying to fill with sound.
User avatar #18 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
Really, if any marching band instructor gives any shits about horn angles during stand tunes (Outside of the standard keeping it at a good level) is insane..... More insane than they should be. The horns are pointed down because, you guessed it, there is still someone conducting on the lower level of the stands, Trombones being a brass instrument is placed further back and higher up, so they have to look down a bit to keep a good eye on the conductor.
User avatar #21 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
That's funny, I never had any trouble seeing my band director from the back when I played trombone in marching band. I managed to keep my horn up too. And yes, it is a little insane, but you don't get really good without some drive.
User avatar #24 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
I played Marimba in Pitt, so I was always on the field, but they had me running training for the winds and some brass teaching them how to keep time while marching in their first year. I never really was in the stands and that was what our director told us
#52 - shutchyomouf (08/08/2014) [-]
There are a very large amount of replies here.

*writes down stuff on clipboard*
*walks away*
#10 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Friend, in a 300 piece band where you hold no rank of any kind, it is a bit rude and out of line to criticize another section. I feel like you are venting at me some frustrations you have had in the past. Please, continue.
#1 - Actually, as a member of the OU band, we get boxed lunches in …  [+] (17 new replies) 08/07/2014 on How to spot the high guy +159
User avatar #47 - lukebrenes (08/08/2014) [-]
BOOMER SOONERS WOOOOOOO!
User avatar #43 - gtk (08/08/2014) [-]
My apologies, I cant imagine going to college at OU
#11 - Womens Study Major (08/07/2014) [-]
mfw all u band nerds
User avatar #3 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
Why do your horn angles suck so bad?
#4 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Bruh, it is stand tunes. (plus, I played sax. Fuck that)
User avatar #5 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
What, is the trombone section invisible while it's in the stands or something?
#6 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Well, someone feels like being a douche today.
#7 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
So am I being unfair or something?
#8 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Nope, just accusing someone who has no control of the matter.
User avatar #9 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
You downplayed it pretty well by passing it off as stand tunes. Tell me, if someone from a different section was out of step would you just continue to let them be out of step because they aren't from your section?
#12 - insaneguy (08/07/2014) [-]
so... as a former marching band-er. you're not being unfair, but when the band's doing stand tunes the stadium's eyes are generally not on them- they're on the game being played. Adding to that that the band isn't moving at all, nobody's looking at them, and they're not getting graded on anything... it really doesn't matter where their angles are at. Sure, it looks better if they put them up, but in the long run it doesn't really matter at all. Just how good they sound

cheer up. here's a mexican cat drinking cuervo.
User avatar #13 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
Everything you stated makes sense. However, for the most part the crowd wouldn't notice if the band looked good and were doing everything right, but definitely notice when they're doing things poorly. Also, when you aim a trombone at the back of the person in front of you it doesn't help the sound project to the football stadium you're trying to fill with sound.
User avatar #18 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
Really, if any marching band instructor gives any shits about horn angles during stand tunes (Outside of the standard keeping it at a good level) is insane..... More insane than they should be. The horns are pointed down because, you guessed it, there is still someone conducting on the lower level of the stands, Trombones being a brass instrument is placed further back and higher up, so they have to look down a bit to keep a good eye on the conductor.
User avatar #21 - SteyrAUG (08/07/2014) [-]
That's funny, I never had any trouble seeing my band director from the back when I played trombone in marching band. I managed to keep my horn up too. And yes, it is a little insane, but you don't get really good without some drive.
User avatar #24 - ispn (08/07/2014) [-]
I played Marimba in Pitt, so I was always on the field, but they had me running training for the winds and some brass teaching them how to keep time while marching in their first year. I never really was in the stands and that was what our director told us
#52 - shutchyomouf (08/08/2014) [-]
There are a very large amount of replies here.

*writes down stuff on clipboard*
*walks away*
#10 - gooshnoggen (08/07/2014) [-]
Friend, in a 300 piece band where you hold no rank of any kind, it is a bit rude and out of line to criticize another section. I feel like you are venting at me some frustrations you have had in the past. Please, continue.
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