I Watched ‘Stop This Sound’ Because of The Romance

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Yes, you read it right. I watched this anime only because I saw a lot of blushing scenes on multiple social media platforms. I once said I didn’t want to continue watching the second season but yet here I am. I explained in this post that I didn’t really enjoy watching this anime. And I still hold to my stance. I did not enjoy the musical performance (but this season is much better), I don’t like how overdramatic everyone is, I don’t find the dynamics of the characters interesting and I especially hate the trio boys. I mean, why do they exist?? However, I found out that there are ships in this anime and all of them aren’t harem so I tried looking into it and now, I finished the anime. Basically, I decided to continue watching this anime just because I want to watch anime girls blush.

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Musical Performances in Sound! Euphonium

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The live performance is one of the most important moments in all music anime. If it’s good, it makes the characters feel more real and alive. If the anime skips the performance, it makes us wonder why it is a music anime in the first place.

Many music anime such as Stop This Sound, which I recently watched, have so many dialoguesduring the performance. As they play their instruments, the characters watching them play would make remarks like, “It’s very good. I feel like all the seasons have changed” or “oh my God they all play the impossible notes in sync even though it’s… well, impossible!!!” The remarks, to me, break the flow of the performance. I want to listen to the performance and let me catch it first hand how awesome or awful they play and how good they’ve become. But I can’t because other characters keep interrupting me and describe how they play to me. Continue reading