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ORCHESTRA HIT: A TRIBUTE

 by Jesse Elias


When you hear "Orchestra Hit" you know it's going to be an Shaq Fu Mortal Kombat NBA Rap Battle to the death that will decide the future of Generation Now. But how did this timeless sound come to be? Where is it going and what does it want? Read on to find out.

Exhibit A:



From Wikipedia:

The sound was a low-resolution, eight-bit digital sample from a recording of Stravinsky's Firebird Suite – specifically, the chord that opens the "Infernal Dance" section, pitched down a minor sixth and at a reduced speed.


Exhibit B:


Knowing that it would be decades ahead of its time, Igor Stravinsky composed the Firebird Suite in 1910 hoping that his vision might one day be understood by the Six Flags Great America Laser Show brought to you by Mountain Dew.


Exhibit C:

Keith Sweat likes Orchestra Hit... A LOT. 




Exhibit D:


The Orchestra Hit is also a staple of Mecha Reploid Robot Anime Battles.


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