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Happy Earth Day! I’m Jonathan Baillie, chief scientist at the National Geographic Society—AMA!
259
I’m Matt Duesterberg - founder of OhmConnect, an energy-sharing service that pays you to reduce electricity. AMA
66
[AMA Request] A former member of the Oregon Rajneeshpuram
17228
[AMA Request] - People behind lofi 24h beats to study and relax
77
IamA survivor of life saving emergency surgery on my aorta. AMA!
5
[AMA Request] A woman who had sex with a guy after getting an unsolicited dick pic
7
I Went Through A 300Kg Blast AMA!
5
[AMA Request] Onur, the deaf Uber driver who’s sign has been getting a lot of attention recently
0
Long time Actor-First time Filmmaker
1
[AMA Request] Paul Mirkovich or one of the members from The Voice band.
15
[AMA Request] People behind NBC The Office youtube channel
0
IamA (Walking American Dream) AMA!
9235
Hi, I’m Sara Anderson, an anxiety specialist. AMA
8
I’m an employee (insider) at a Dominos in the Southeast US. AMA!
9
[AMA Request] Someone who has worked at a slaughterhouse
10771
We’re Trevor Moore, Sam Brown and Timmy Williams from the Whitest Kids U’ Know! Trevor has a Comedy Central Special that airs tonight (4/20) at midnight! AMA!!!!
355
I’m an assistant managing editor at Forbes, and a big part of my job is figuring out how much the richest people in the world are worth for the annual Forbes Billionaires List. AMA!
2
IamA Internet Dominatrix, Financial Domination Specialist, Influencer, FOSTA/SESTA Hater, and Hopeful World Changer Princess Camryn. AMA!
0
I am Michael Bollentin, candidate for Congress, New Jersey's 12th Congressional District. [xpost /r/Political_Revolution]
81
We are Brothers Osborne, we play guitars and sing in a band. AMA!
4
[AMA request: Joseph Herscher the Rube Golberg guy]
1
[AMA Request] A Nvidia Employee
12816
I am Skyler, last year I walked 4,500 miles across American. Tonight I fly to Victoria, BC to begin cycling across Canada, raising money for Alzheimer Research. AMA!
12
We are the filmmakers behind the cannabis documentary High Relief! AMA!
18
[AMA Request] Someone who was featured on the show "Dirty Jobs"
2
[AMA Request] Someone who has won a grocery store receipt-survey-giveaway
1
[AMA Request] Can we get anyone- and I mean anyone who worked on Pop Team Epic?
0
[Request] To Anyone who works or have worked at a game development company and worked on a game there.
0
IamA contributing author on a book about marijuana, AMA!
18
[AMA Request] Kiss Guy from Foo Concert 4/18
36
I won a contest to go shopping with the Jonas Brothers 10 years ago, AMA!
0
I'm Josh Mers, running for Kentucky's State House in Lexington's 88th District AMA [xpost /r/Political_Revolution]
81
IAMA: Fix and Jailbreak All the Things, w/ Cory Doctorow (noted author and prolific activist) Kyle Wiens (iFixit Co-Founder & CEO), Kit Walsh (EFF Senior Staff Attorney), and Jay Freeman the developer of Cydia, the alternative to the Apple App store for jailbroken iPhones.
8412
I am Owen Husney and I was Prince's manager
1
[AMA Request] The Starbucks barista getting yelled at by the protestor with a megaphone
5
[AMA Request] Someone from MTV's Fear (contestant or crew member), or a similar paranormal reality show.
27
I'm Mary Lou Zeeman, a mathematician studying the mathematics of Planet Earth. Ask me anything!
19
IAmA woman living with narcolepsy, ask me anything!
31
I am a historian who wrote a book about universal basic income (and other radical ideas). AMA!
16
I’m Kate Briquelet, reporter at The Daily Beast covering all things Stormy Daniels and crime. AMA!
5 Strofari I’m not a “pro” by any means, but play first trumpet in my community concert band ( concert band, not orchestra, so no string instruments) Generally we don’t care where the piece of music is from, who wrote it, or what time frame it was written in. Some of our best turnouts have been for our annual “movie music” night. We have done a video game music night, with a similar set list to the London philharmonic, and Vancouver symphony has done in the past. Everyone seems to enjoy it, and it does bring out a younger audience, kind of the same way playing swing music brings out an older one. No one really cares what genre of music we play, but as I said, I play at a community level, whereas the pros may feel different. The “feels” I get are not dependent on type, age, or, style, but the harmony. The way 60 people playing different instruments, in tune, at the same time makes the hair on my arms stand up, and gives me goose bumps. Some of the most recognized prices of music are from movies and video games. Not very many people know “Also spake Zarathustra” but most recognize “the theme from 2001”. Musical tastes are entirely personal and subjective, playing movie and video game music just allows a different segment of the market to enjoy what they like. Watching an audience of 30 something’s realize we’re playing the main theme from Halo, and instantly see them smile and remember what they felt the first time they heard is pretty cool though. Edit to add: I’m 34. Playing trumpet is a better hobby for me than drinking beer while fishing. I fucking hate fishing. Like beer though.
4 TheN00bBuilder I'm a part of a band that played VGM at one point... may as well take a stab at it! 1. Yes, when you get into the music and enjoy playing it, it makes the music easier to learn and have more passion. 2. Nope. As long as it sounds good/pretty, the audience doesn't care. 3. Many many times. 4. I don't get this question. Music has markings on it on what it wants, but those are just guidelines on paper; the player is what makes the music. 5. "Dang... this sounds quite different." Mostly it is, especially when they have instruments that we had to improvise to make sound the same.
5 0 Strofari I’m not a “pro” by any means, but play first trumpet in my community concert band ( concert band, not orchestra, so no string instruments) Generally we don’t care where the piece of music is from, who wrote it, or what time frame it was written in. Some of our best turnouts have been for our annual “movie music” night. We have done a video game music night, with a similar set list to the London philharmonic, and Vancouver symphony has done in the past. Everyone seems to enjoy it, and it does bring out a younger audience, kind of the same way playing swing music brings out an older one. No one really cares what genre of music we play, but as I said, I play at a community level, whereas the pros may feel different. The “feels” I get are not dependent on type, age, or, style, but the harmony. The way 60 people playing different instruments, in tune, at the same time makes the hair on my arms stand up, and gives me goose bumps. Some of the most recognized prices of music are from movies and video games. Not very many people know “Also spake Zarathustra” but most recognize “the theme from 2001”. Musical tastes are entirely personal and subjective, playing movie and video game music just allows a different segment of the market to enjoy what they like. Watching an audience of 30 something’s realize we’re playing the main theme from Halo, and instantly see them smile and remember what they felt the first time they heard is pretty cool though. Edit to add: I’m 34. Playing trumpet is a better hobby for me than drinking beer while fishing. I fucking hate fishing. Like beer though.
4 0 TheN00bBuilder I'm a part of a band that played VGM at one point... may as well take a stab at it! 1. Yes, when you get into the music and enjoy playing it, it makes the music easier to learn and have more passion. 2. Nope. As long as it sounds good/pretty, the audience doesn't care. 3. Many many times. 4. I don't get this question. Music has markings on it on what it wants, but those are just guidelines on paper; the player is what makes the music. 5. "Dang... this sounds quite different." Mostly it is, especially when they have instruments that we had to improvise to make sound the same.