when you meet a girl, then she adds you on myspace (or vice versa) then you talk on AIM, then the phone and as soon as you know it you're making out in the movie theatre.

by bobbitoem July 24, 2008

by NessandFriends January 23, 2016

by SynthBaron November 28, 2003

A software or hardware musical tool that allows you to lay down a sequence of notes over a series of measure(s).

It's commonly abused in conjunction with an arpeggiator by the musically uneducated.

It's commonly abused in conjunction with an arpeggiator by the musically uneducated.

Unclean fool: d00d u hav 2 see wut i jus made in FL studio!

Me: It's not just the same three chords arpeggiated over and over in the sequencer in 4/4 time is it? Please don't tell me the rhythm is just a bass drum playing pure quarter notes!

Unlcean fool: ...huh? maybe... :(

Me: It's not just the same three chords arpeggiated over and over in the sequencer in 4/4 time is it? Please don't tell me the rhythm is just a bass drum playing pure quarter notes!

Unlcean fool: ...huh? maybe... :(

by lilwangster May 21, 2011

Someone who uses a music program (Noteworthy Composer, Anvil Studio, etc) to recreate music by ear in MIDI format. Usually taken from video games, movies, or general theme songs.

by BB48 October 20, 2005

A Spark Sequence is a mathematical sequential relationship defined using variables k, r, a, p and s.

Bravan: What is this sequence?

Brendan: That's ASS!

Bravan: I'm going to beat yo ass

Brian: It's a Spark Sequence!

I TOAD YO ASS BROOME GANG

Brendan: That's ASS!

Bravan: I'm going to beat yo ass

Brian: It's a Spark Sequence!

I TOAD YO ASS BROOME GANG

by kneegero October 30, 2019

A sequence of numbers, created by Leonardo of Pisa (also known as Fibonacci). The sequence starts out with the first two numbers being 0 and 1, and after that you add the previous two numbers to get the next number in the sequence. Often used in proofs.

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765

The fibonacci sequence starts with 0, 1....

0+1=1, so the next number must be 1.

1+1=2, so the next number is 2.

2+1=3, and so the next number is 3, and so on.

0+1=1, so the next number must be 1.

1+1=2, so the next number is 2.

2+1=3, and so the next number is 3, and so on.

by poetamatrice May 17, 2009