Believe it or not, I did manage to open Cayley's mind to one of my favorite movies of all time: Ferris Bueller's Day Off, a John Hughes classic so loved that even a fan's recut trailer got over a half million views on YouTube (the original trailer was crap, failing to capture the essence of the film it was intended to promote).
Ferris' $8,000 synthesizer was reportedly an Emulator:
Ferris plays "The Blue Danube" on his keyboard using sampled coughs and sick sounds.
So we couldn't make it cough and we couldn't make it fart, but it has a few hundred other voices:
|OK, laughing, nothing radical about that.|
|Car pass?? And if that's too mild for you...|
|...you can always make it go BOOM.|
|Demonstrating once again the strange priorities we hold as a society, it's acceptable for a keyboard to emulate a machine gun, but not a bodily function common to everyone.|