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Category:Arts, Science & Technology
Tags:maths, Synthesizer, Poetv watches people make stuff, ZoŽ Blade
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:02/03/15
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Comment count is 9
Scrimmjob
Never trust a guy who uses a Tenma meter. This man is a witch!
Old_Zircon
What man?

Scrimmjob
I think it's a little funny that a guy with an analog synth that easily costs several grand uses a cheapo chinese multimeter, although I'm sure it works just fine for what he's doing with it.

Raggamuffin
Yo, just turn the knob until it sounds good, jeeeze...
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
But can it go up to 11?
That guy
And voila!! something boring
Cube
It's what geeks do: spend an unbelievable amount of time to do something very, very specific or esoteric only to get something that's boring as fuck.

That guy
oh, I've edited wikipedia

gravelstudios
This is a neat video. When I was a music major, I did a similar project for a class where I recorded a chorale using three different tuning systems and played it for my class (I used a sine wave to really accentuate the tuning differences). Equal temperament is really useful, it's neat to compare it to other systems.
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