Sunday, September 20, 2020

Titanic Theme Song in C major

Pre-Script: Adjust octaves, as you feel. (G+ means a higher octave-d note than G)

Prelude:

C D E D E D C D G F E C A G

C D E F E D C D G E G A G D

Verse 1, 2:

C C C C B C C B C D E D

C C C C B C C G

C D G G+ F E D

E F E D C B C C B C D E D C


These lines of notes are repeated throughout the song, in some way or the other. In the last verse, a key change is observed.

Last Verse (You are here...):

D E A A+ G F# E

F# G F# E D C# D D C# D E F# E D

Jaadu's Theme (Koi Mil Gaya)

Jaadu's theme involves playing of the following musical notes in a succession(these are non-diatonic):

F F# B A#

F F# A# G#

F F# B A# G# F# A#




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Happy Birthday

 In the key of F major:

C C D C F E

C C D C G F

C C C(an octave higher) A F E D

Bb Bb A F G F

Michael Row the Boat Ashore

Play these notes on a musical instrument.

In the key of C major (with C as tonic):

C E G G E G A G 

E G A A G

E G F E F E D

C D E D C


The above pattern can be transposed to other keys as well to generate melody in those keys.

With G as tonic (C major):

G B D D B D E D

B D E E D

B D C B C B A

G A B A G

Friday, September 18, 2020

New Book Announcement

I am authoring a book, whose title would be disclosed as soon as it releases. YAY! till then. The most I can tell about it, is that, it is a Collection of awesome Poems.

Be a Nerd!
Samhita Joshi



Cover Page for EPFEK

Book Title: Exceptional Poems for Exceptional Kids

The Paladin Series in a Nutshell

 Paladin is a game developed, designed, storylined and animated by Jazza Studios. Here is a quick summary of the whole Game/Animated Series, in the form of Gameplay Montage.


P.S. stands for Post Script, for those who do not know. I edited this video using Kdenlive, which is an Open Source non-linear video editing software, on 18/09/2020. YAY!


Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Trash that came directly out of my mind

 Kids, this is not how you write a story of 250-350 words, in which you have to describe a character, its needs and weaknesses making use of at least 6 of the words that have been given to you in the question.

The character of this story are as imaginary as a Multi-verse. Here we go!


I have often seen people keeping parrots as their pets. But would you imagine, for a moment, a person keeping a crow as their pet. Sounds weird? Is this seemingly simple fact, complicated for your brain to digest? Well, people have done all sorts of weird things throughout the history and they still do, at present. There was a boy, I met, 5 years ago. The details of how I met him, or how he met me, whatever you would like, are interesting. My family had planned to spend our summer vacations in Rensterville. Do you know this place? I didn’t, when I heard the name for the first time and I bet very few of us, humans, would have known this place because it is not popular like your filthy government hospitals that are always in news. It is a countryside and living in a countryside has its own fun, well, at least that is what my parents thought, while planning a trip to Rensterville. It was supposed to a 5 hour long drive.

Russian Anthem Notes

 C F C D E A | A D C Bb C F F | G G A Bb Bb C | D E F G |

Friday, September 11, 2020

CCA: A Scandal in Belgravia P2

Character-Conflict Analysis: A Scandal in Belgravia P2

Sherlock “shooes” Mycroft away by playing his violin. The scene, now, cuts to him playing Violin on Christmas. Everyone present there, praises Sherlock for being such a good Violin player. <Conflict, probably, has not arrived yet.> Sherlock deduces and informs Mycroft that they are going to find Irene dead because she has sent the thing that was nearest and dearest to her, her Blackberry phone which contained compromising photographs, that she was going to use for blackmail. But now since she has mailed him that thing, it would mean that she is no longer alive and has given him “the thing” to protect it, as she is no longer capable of protecting it. They, both, go to St. Barts Hospital just to confirm the facts. The body is indeed of Irene Adler, or is it? <Vsauce music begins playing> 

Holmes brothers are fooled in believing that Irene is dead because she has faked her death to avoid getting caught or something. <I don’t remember but it is something of this sort.>

John, when he comes out of his place of residence and is about to go somewhere else, is called by the same lady who is assistant or PA ( I don’t know) of Mycroft, calls him to go somewhere. John, thinking that Mycroft is calling, remarks that he could just have phoned him if he didn’t have this power complex, which is not the case. It later turns out that Irene has called for John, because she wanted him to know that she is still alive, because he had eavesdropped a conversation between the Holmes brothers about Irene being dead. She wants him to let Sherlock know that she is alive?? She texts Sherlock and they both hear Sherlock phone’s iconic text alert implying that now he has eavesdropped on their conversation. Angry, disappointed, strange emotion-ed, emotionless?? Sherlock gets away from there just to come back home only to find out that Mrs. Hudson has been captivated by the CIA killer that survived, who has come to find Irene’s phone. He, somehow, with his superpowers, drops the killer from the second/third (I don’t know which floor) onto the ground.

He performs some not-required analysis on her phone, assuming that it contains a bomb or something. John, out of nowhere, and Sherlock, from St. Barts come back home only to find that they have a client waiting, sleeping to be precise, for them, who is none other than Irene. Sherlock, who hasn’t yet been able to find out the passphrase to unlock her phone, lures her, using a duplicate phone, in obtaining the passphrase: 1058, which turns out to be of no use, because it was incorrect. But, Irene turns out to be smarter because now, she has tricked Sherlock into solving a code for some airline thing that Mycroft planned out to nab terrorists. But since the code is now solved by Sherlock and the details so revealed have now been sent to Moriarty by Irene, which proves that Irene was working for Jim Moriarty, and now Mycroft’s plan is of no use, she begins to blackmail Mycroft and thus the British Government into providing her security.


And the moment she is blackmailing Mycroft, an idea strikes Sherlock that the passphrase could be “SHER” and it is actually the case, because he had taken her pulse and her pupils had dilated. The screen was:

“I am _ _ _ _ locked”

Which on filling, would become

“I am SHERlocked”


Now who is the boss?

<Another Short Story ends.>

A few days/months/years later Mycroft hands over Irene’s phone and some other relevant case files to John, informing that she is dead now and asks him not to tell the news to Sherlock, because he had **special** feelings for her. He comes up with a lie that John can successfully tell Sherlock, without hurting his feelings, that she is now a part of a witness protection program, which is a completely made-up lie.



When Sherlock sees Irene’s phone with John, he asks him to hand it over to him, which John does after some initial reluctance. He tells Sherlock that Irene is now a part of a witness protection program and now he won’t be able to meet him, ever.


Later, it turns out that Sherlock was successful in deceiving both, Mycroft as well as the British Government because he, himself had saved her from being executed by terrorists.

<The whole story ends.>


Conflict: When we take this story as a whole and not as a collection of short stories, as I did here, the conflict, as it occurs to me, is “for Sherlock to find out the passphrase to unlock Irene’s Blackberry phone”. Sherlock has to find out the passphrase otherwise, Irene would keep blackmailing Mycroft and the British Government for providing her security. 

Sherlock overcomes this situation, somehow, because it is just up to the writer to turn up the story as he/she/it/they wish(es), while in reality it doesn’t make sense for her phone’s passphrase to be “SHER”, because it could have been anything. There are a lot of people who have special feelings for others and do not have their phone’s passphrases kept after their name.


Conclusion: No one, ever, tries to or is able to, outsmart Sherlock Holmes. This is what the story tells, at least. 

This is far, far away from our reality. What is real then? We can only judge what is real and what is not in a domain. That’s it.



Thursday, September 10, 2020

CCA: A Scandal in Belgravia P1

Character-Conflict Analysis: A Scandal in Belgravia

Characters:

  1. Sherlock Holmes
  2. Mycroft Holmes
  3. John H. Watson
  4. Molly Hooper
  5. Greg Lestrade
  6. Irene Adler
  7. Mrs. Hudson
  8. Jim Moriarty


Introduction

Jim receives a call from someone, who is later revealed to be Irene Adler. Many clients come for Sherlock to take up the case, but he is not interested in any case. Later, a man (XYZ) comes with a very strange case, in which a person has died in the woods/ countryside in between the backfiring of XYZ’s car and XYZ’s coming out of his car. Sherlock has no solution in his mind so he sends John at the crime scene to gather related evidence and is connected with him via the means of a Video Call.

Still when John hasn’t come back home yet, a well suited man comes to pick up and drop Sherlock at Buckingham Palace. It turns out this person is a driver or some security guard?? For the British Government. There is an arrangement of a helicopter for John to arrive at the same. Thereafter, John and Sherlock get to know that Mycroft has called them in reference to some compromising photographs being taken of a member of a royal family(idiots) by/Irene. 

Sherlock and John disguising as a priest and a doctor respectively. Irene and her ______ (it is a strange relation) already know that they are about to come to their residence, so they are prepared for everything.

Sherlock searches for possible places for Irene’s Blackberry phone and is able to find it in front of CIA killers. The CIA killers are killed, 1 injured, in the scuffle which ensues between them. Sherlock takes Irene’s phone away, Irene is angry and mad and wants her phone back so she drugs and beats Sherlock. In his dreams, he and Irene have solved the XYZ’s car backfire case.

<This can be an end of a short story.>


Sherlock, after waking up, finds his coat and his phone back(his phone was present in the coat and he had offered his coat to Irene to wear) but finds that the text alert tone has changed. Mycroft arrives and warns Sherlock to not be engaged in the matter further, because he is concerned for his brother. But Sherlock being younger, and because wisdom comes with age, this fact is true in most of the cases, fights his brother off saying “Or will I?”, in response to Mycroft’s “Irene Adler, is no longer any concern of yours.” and some more garbage, which I prefer not to mention here.

<Another short story ends.>