May have to snag one of these for Mom and Dad’s house
File this in the “Random Trivia” corner of your skull:
According to Leonardo Moran of Bill Melendez Productions, “Composer John Scott Trotter directed his trombonist to ‘enunciate’ the teacher’s dialog as though it were a trombone riff. Trotter…would read the teacher’s line, e.g., ‘Linus, where’s your homework?’ then direct the trombonist to repeat Trotter’s inflection through his instrument.”
Always thought the voices sounded a bit musical, but couldn’t quite tell for sure.
One of the nicer online image editors I’ve seen. I usually prefer to work offline, but there are times when you wish you had a little more at your disposal than Paint