If movies looks upside-down when I stand on my head then how come songs don’t sound upside-down when listened to from the same position?
Don’t answer that. I already know.
I can read books whilst holding them upside-down. I expect that you can too. It looks weird to anyone watching, but I soon get so used to it. After a couple of pages, I forget that it’s not right-side-up and get just as immersed in the story. I even automatically turn the pages correctly (or incorrectly, depending on how you see it).
It occurred to me a few minutes ago that if I listened to songs backwards whilst reading books held the wrong way up I wouldn’t be distracted by the lyrics. So I tested my theory.
I downloaded an mp3* from this obliging website: http://www.instamp3.net/ (warning – this is probably illegal so don’t do it other than for entertainment purposes. Oh … wait … that’s what music’s for! Anyway, you know what I mean. Probably.)
Then I uploaded the mp3 to this equally obliging site: https://www.mp3-reverser.com/en/. When all the processing is done, click on the Download button and, after a short pause, the song will play. Backwards!
I did try to read my book (upside-down) whilst the song was playing (backwards) but I was so fascinated by the phenomenon of a once familiar song turning into some kind of world-music, schwoop-schwoop thang that I forgot all about reading.
Still, it was such a wonderful way to spend a few minutes that I felt that I had to share it with you marvellous people. You’re welcome. *grin*
So, have a great day, folks – whether it be the right way around and forwards, or whether you choose to venture into the shadowy world of upside-down and backwards.