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Desc:intro ends and song starts about 2:30
Category:Science & Technology, Horror
Tags:what hell sounds like, furby, cacophany, look mum no computer, furby organ
Submitted:jangbones
Date:02/13/18
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Comment count is 12
memedumpster - 2018-02-13
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Anaxagoras - 2018-02-13
Why is he subtitled?
Meerkat - 2018-02-13
Because he sounds like a british army surplus Vince Offer.

chumbucket - 2018-02-13
Because he sounds like what you'd imagine a short-lived character in a Charles Dickens novel would sound like.

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-02-13
look mum no computer... What an arsehole.

Is he some kind of weird musical Amish person? I'll use electronics, microelectronics, all sorts of things that essentially contain little computers, I just arbitrarily wont use something that looks like a computer with an OS.. you know one of those machines you can use do to *almost anything*.

The quality of production is down to the skill/talent of the person doing it + the amount of time and effort they put in. Everything else is just tools they may or may not use.

Sorry, I'm just so sick of hipsters shit like have you heard X's modular mix. Really every single synth he used was modular? Ok but I dont see why thats significant.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-02-13
typo: hipsters *saying* shit

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-02-13
ps. If a hi-hat sample is used then I guess its not a modular mix anymore

Sputum - 2018-02-13
I know what you are getting at, but I don't think this guy thinks analog is like 'better' than using computers, it's just he happens to enjoy tinkering with the analog stuff. Once you start actually messing with the electronics, analog is a really different experience and skill set than digital.

If you watch his other videos he sequences stuff with MIDI and he obviously edits the videos on a computer. It's just fun to make your own instruments with steel plates you found on the side of the road and cheap discrete components.

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-02-14
Yeah I am very pro tinkering. I think less I'm disapproving of this guy, and more just generally rankled by hipsters with their "no, its a *modular* mix, that means its better"

Hipsters are like the boogeyman on poetv and have been defined in many ways and accused of many heinous things. But here is another one; They're cultural / disciplinary tourists. They think that by buying the 'correct' things and saying the 'correct' things they are now a practitioner of a certain discipline, without having really investigated it at all for themselves.

infinite zest - 2018-02-13
Eh.. I used to live with a guy who chip tuned and circuit bent all sorts of things, including a furby choir, and has been doing it since Furbys came out (PLEASE DON'T VIEW LINK IF YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED EPILEPTIC SYMPTOMS OR ARE AT WORK)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC3pyBxDSsU
Old_Zircon - 2018-02-13
I was going to say, this is basically the Furby Gurdy remade by the sort of person who can afford $10,000+ of synthesizer modules and support hardware (unless he built them all himself including the racks and that keyboard, in which case maybe $3000-$4000).

A sure way to get attention on Youtube is to own a bunch of stuff your viewers can't afford.

il fiore bel - 2018-02-17
I'm not entirely sure whose hell this is.
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