| 73Q Music Videos | Vote On Clips | Submit | Login   |

Reddit Digg Stumble Facebook
Desc:How do synthesizers work?
Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:music, Synth, Ambien, raccoon eyes
View Ratings
Register to vote for this video
Favorited 2 Times

People Who Liked This Video Also Liked:
Baseball with Kyle
Ribbons Rap Music Video
Furries on the Jimmy Kimmel Show
Dog Befriends Disabled Kitten
Rocky Theme Performed by North Korea Female Band
Child sets fire to store to steal candy
The Stingers - "Stingers Theme" (Jem)
Naked (1993)
Berberian Sound Studio trailer
Total Destruction to Your Mind
Comment count is 9
15th - 2016-12-05
May I suggest playing at 1.25x speed.
baleen - 2016-12-06
.5 is actually a lot more fun.

jfcaron_ca - 2016-12-12
I watched it at 1.50 and it was perfectly followable. I would have gone faster but the compression got wonky.

Old_Zircon - 2016-12-06
This is great but I can tell by the name and the synths present that it's only really going to cover the East Coast school.
Old_Zircon - 2016-12-06
Actually never mind, it's on the Matrixsynth channel and has a bunch of parts, I bet it's more thorough than I gave it credit for.

Old_Zircon - 2016-12-06
Also I got a degree in this stuff and I can already tell that this video is going to cover more than my whole shitty (yet somehow well regarded) program did. We literally didn't even own a subtractive synthesizer at all, just a couple Kyma systems (which were and still are utterly amazing but also way beyond anything we covered so we never actually used them at all), a few Kurzweil K2500's and some digital keyboards. For a sound design and synthesis degree program at a major university.

Point is, watching these videos will probably qualify you for a BS.

gmol - 2016-12-07
OZ, You got a degree in synthesizers?

gmol - 2016-12-06
Little known fact: The bassoon is considered "unsynthesizable" in that no synthesizer has ever successfully reproduced the bassoon's sound.
Boomer The Dog - 2016-12-07
Good teaching there, and I found out that Dogs can hear higher frequencies. Mad Magazine had a comic about that, it was about high fidelity audio systems, and people becoming adjusted to the sound of hi-fi on continued listening. The listener sitting there was seen changing into a Dog like Nipper from RCA.

I like the 'RCAcoon Eyes' tag, like Raymond Burr's eyes, I could see them as Rac Cooney.

Funny thing is this is a demo on sound, and yet the compression time constants aren't correctly set for the guy's narration!

Register or login To Post a Comment

Video content copyright the respective clip/station owners please see hosting site for more information.
Privacy Statement