How a drum sounds based on where it's played

Audio engineering is quite interessting :)

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+2 1. ringmaster commented 7 years ago

Some music sounds 'flat' because it is recorded in a little studio, at least compared with performing live.
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+6 2. ravishi commented 7 years ago

wow that was fun!
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-3 3. ChewableYeti commented 7 years ago

This is great, someone showed me this a while back and the guy (Nicolas) is actually an old family friend from when I used to live in France. :)
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+3 4. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

I don't think it sounds any different in the dark though :P
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+3 5. NotFirst commented 7 years ago

WARNING, this video may cause seizures. But at least you'll have some nice beats to listen to. >:)
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+2 6. Malakyte commented 7 years ago

Instant FAV :)