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kurt2099
21st Apr 2010, 21:16
does anyone knows the music on the gramophone on blood omen 2?

Rivenmjk
21st Apr 2010, 21:41
yeah i'd also like to know this..

Shrykull_the1st
29th Apr 2010, 21:02
ahah I don't have information about the songs, but I find them very funny! It's cool that you can get those audio tracks with tools from the Lost Worlds website.

Kinvaras
21st Jan 2011, 14:17
what's a gramophone?

Umah Bloodomen
22nd Jan 2011, 00:25
what's a gramophone?

Gramophone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gramophone)

Kinvaras
22nd Jan 2011, 00:43
Gramophone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gramophone)


which one?

Umah Bloodomen
22nd Jan 2011, 00:45
which one?

Try this one. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phonograph)

Kinvaras
22nd Jan 2011, 00:46
Try this one. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phonograph)


oh okay... it would been easier showing an image of it :P

the name is completely defferent in my language

Umah Bloodomen
22nd Jan 2011, 00:52
oh okay... it would been easier showing an image of it :P

the name is completely defferent in my language

Yes, after thinking about it, posting an image would've been better. (Although I'd have to host it on my personal server as I don't hotlink and I have to admit, that seemed like a bit too much work at the time ;) ).

What is it called in your language? BTW, where are you from?

Kinvaras
22nd Jan 2011, 01:16
What is it called in your language? BTW, where are you from?

Portuguese, i'm from Brazil.

and here, we call that a "Fonógrafo"

Umah Bloodomen
22nd Jan 2011, 04:03
Portuguese, i'm from Brazil.

and here, we call that a "Fonógrafo"

Good to know! :)

"Fonógrafo" really isn't that far off from the English (well, American English) version. Personally speaking, I could discern phonograph from that.

Kinvaras
22nd Jan 2011, 15:18
Good to know! :)

"Fonógrafo" really isn't that far off from the English (well, American English) version. Personally speaking, I could discern phonograph from that.


I guess... if the name of the thread was "phonograph" I'd know, but "gramophone", that's one I never heard before