Well, as some of ya'll know, I'm obsessed with musics and stuffs, and I'm also a musician, so naturally I kinda want to know who here has musical talents/abilities/skills, be it singing, creating pieces for vocal or instrumental, transposing music, understanding musical concepts well, or actually playing actual music on an instrument. Or, if you're like my mom, you can edit music with a software so it sounds better than when originally recorded. And maybe I'm planning on starting a Pokecharms band... but ANYWAYS. I'm a pianist, and I've been learning piano since I was, like, six. I didn't like it much when I was younger, but lately I've had a stronger interest in it and been searching for random piano things on the internet. Lately I've been playing a lot of Bleach-related things (for example, I can play the 6th opening, Alones, and the 3rd ending, Houkiboshi, pretty well, as in fluently, and memorised). I'm currently learning how to play two Mozart pieces and, just for fun, Rolling Star by Yui (the 5th Bleach opening that's OMGSOHARDTOPLAYONTHEPIANO. Dx) I also play the viola for about two years now. I started viola because where I live, everyone needs to do some sort of musical class in their 6th grade year, be it band, orchestra, or choir. I didn't join band because it's too loud, and none of their instruments realy appeased to me. Choir, well, I just hate singning. So I joined orchestra. Well, violin was waaaaaaay too high for me and made my head spin when it came to the E string. Cello and bass? Too low, though the cello did have a prettier sound than both violin and bass. But I chose viola. It didn't go as high as the violin, for one, we didn't have to have a bunch of competition, and we didn't need as much complex things as the violinist or cellist. Anyways, being a violist is great; we have so much pride as a group everywhere I go. And I just love playing the viola. XD I also has Finale Notepad for convenience whenever I have to change something from treble cleff to alto cleff (violists use a different cleff than most other people), and when I feel like putting some musics that I play on my viola or piano down on paper (when I say musics, I meant things I played that somehow resembles actual songs, if you get what I mean.