Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Official Video) (Short Film with A-1 Pictures & Crunchyroll)

Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Official Video) (Short Film with A-1 Pictures & Crunchyroll)


I could never find the right way to tell you Have you noticed I’ve been gone Cause I left behind the home that you made me But I will carry it along And It’s a long way forward So trust in me I’ll give them shelter like you’ve done for me And I know I’m not alone You’ll be watching over us Until you’re gone When I’m older I’ll be silent beside you I know that words won’t be enough And they won’t need to know our names or our faces But they will carry on for us And It’s a long way forward So trust in me I’ll give them shelter like you’ve done for me And I know I’m not alone You’ll be watching over us Until you’re gone And It’s a long way forward So trust in me I’ll give them shelter like you’ve done for me And I know I’m not alone You’ll be watching over us Until

Porter Robinson – Get your Wish (Official Music Video)

Porter Robinson – Get your Wish (Official Music Video)


i’ll make it right again “but it’s no use,” you said as my hunger grows and grows i have to write the meaning of my life or else everything’s in vain when the glory tries to tempt you, it may seem like what you need but if glory makes you happy, why are you so broken up? so tell me how it felt when you walked on water? did you get your wish? floating to the surface quicker than you sank idol, idol so tell me how it felt when you walked on water? did you get your wish? floating to the surface quicker than you sank idol, idol don’t say you lose just yet, get up and move ahead and not only for yourself. ’cause that’s your role: the work that stirred your soul, you can make for someone else. one day you choke your urges overflow and obsession wears you down but don’t you waste the suffering you’ve faced it will serve you in due time so tell me how it felt when you walked on water? did you get your wish? floating to the surface quicker than you sank idol, idol so tell me how it felt when you walked on water? did you get your wish? floating to the surface quicker than you sank idol, idol so tell me

Jason Ross – Letting Go (Lyrics) ft. RUNN

Jason Ross – Letting Go (Lyrics) ft. RUNN


IÕm no good at letting go How to live life on my own Cause Once I knew, now IÕm not sure IÕm no good at letting go IÕm no good at letting go IÕm no good at letting go IÕm no good at letting go How to live life on my own Once I knew, now IÕm not sure IÕm no good at letting go IÕm lost I think it shows Without you my heart is torn oh what the hell IÕm supposed to do CanÕt someone tell me I wove myself into every little part of you DonÕt you need me anymore But you brushed it off as dependency Cause I thought you were the best of me All alone when this is over IÕm scared of going home I need a little closure So can we take it slow IÕm no good at letting go IÕm no good at letting go IÕm no good at letting go IÕm no good at letting go IÕm no good at letting go How to live life on my own Once I knew, now IÕm not sure IÕm no good at letting go IÕm lost I think it shows Without you my heart is torn oh what the hell IÕm supposed to do CanÕt someone tell me I wove myself into every little part of you Here we go again When you give your heart like a stowaway Cause goodbyes hurt in a different way I better run for cover I know what happens next I think weÕre going under Pulling at the threads

Dua Lipa – Want To (Music Video)

Dua Lipa – Want To (Music Video)


I’m young for tonight
It’s all under my control I won’t hesitate, it’s my turn to make that
call I just want a touch
I ain’t here for love no more Okay, yeah
I won’t stop Not know, guess what? Hella, hella, it’s my body right
I go-o-o in light Hella, hella, it’s my body
I’ll dance if I want to ♪ Hella, hella, it’s my body
Hella, hella, it’s my body Some people do
But some they just like to talk, okay Some shoot the breeze
But some like to leave a mic, okay Some need the light
And some people like the dark, okay, yeah I won’t stop
Not know, guess what? Hella, hella, it’s my body right
I go-o-o in light Hella, hella, it’s my body
I’ll dance if I want to ♪ Hella, hella, it’s my body
Hella, hella, it’s my body Gimme release, keep the drugs
Gimme relief Keep the love, just gimme a piece of that
One piece of that Give it to me
Don’t judge, just give it to me No heart, no second degree tonight
Run free tonight I’ll dance if I want to ♪ My hella, hella, it’s my body ♪ Hella, hella, it’s my body
Body, body, and my body Hella, hella, it’s my body
Gonna dance if I want to, want to Hella, hella, it’s my body

Chelsea Cutler – Are You Listening (Lyrics)

Chelsea Cutler – Are You Listening (Lyrics)


Can you hear me think about you
Are you listening Even when I’m trying not to All I do is think about you It’s a given that I’m gonna think about you All I wanna do is call you, put my arms around you Tell you that I’m sorry, even though I hate it If it makes you call me, then you know I’ll say it I’m a sucker for believing in a vision Wanna take a moment and put it on television You said that you loved me, I thought we would make it If you didn’t mean it, why you gotta say it I hate all my friends, Can I go home yet I should be happy But I’m not Are you listening Can you hear me think about you Even when I’m trying not to All I do is think about you Are you listening Cause I don’t wanna think about you Even when I’m trying not to All I do is think about you I been spending all my money just to feel important something about this life that’s beginning to get boring I don’t wanna blame you for up and running But I can’t eat can’t sleep can’t function I hate all my friends, Can I go home yet I should be happy But I’m not Are you listening Can you hear me think about you Even when I’m trying not to All I do is think about you Are you listening Cause I don’t wanna think about you Even when I’m trying not to All I do is think about you I hate all my friends, Can I go home yet I should be happy But I’m not It’s a given that I’m gonna think about you All I wanna do is call you, put my arms around you Are you listening Can you hear me think about you Even when I’m trying not to All I do is think about you Are you listening Cause I don’t wanna think about you Even when I’m trying not to All I do is think about you I hate all my friends, Can I go home yet I should be happy But I’m not I hate all my friends, Can I go home yet I should be happy But I’m not

How Oldschool Sound/Music worked


David: Hello, this is David from The 8-Bit Guy, and today I’ve got a special guest star with me, Rob from The Obsolete Geek. Rob: Today, we’re going to talk about how “old school” music works. Part 1: Beeper Speaker David: In the early days of home computers, most of them just had a simple “beeper speaker”. Examples would be the IBM PC and the Apple II. These speakers were controlled directly by the computer’s CPU. The speaker could make clicking noises and the CPU would have to time the clicking noises exactly right in order to produce certain tones. If a programmer wanted to spend the time, some very advanced sound of music could be produced this way, But, the trouble was it would require all of the CPU’s run time to accomplish that, leaving nothing leftover for the computer to do anything else. (Noid Laugh) Part 2: FM Synthesizer David: So, by the early 1980s, most computers and game consoles had dedicated sound chips to take this load away from the CPU. Each system at that time had a very characteristic sound along with its unique style of graphics, which helped to give each system its own personality. OK. So, the first thing you need to understand is that different systems had different numbers of voices or “Channels”. To better explain how that works, let me show you this old musical keyboard. It only has a single voice, and as you can see, it cannot play more than one note at a time. In order to do that, you will need to have at least two voices. Now, this keyboard here, is considerably more advanced than the other one. And it has a total of 4 voices, that means you can play up to 4 notes at the same time. So, having multiple voices is great, but those voices also need to be flexible as in able to create different types of waveforms. For example, this keyboard can change the waveform of it’s voice to produce different types of sound. OK, so let’s have a look at two of the more popular systems from the 1980s in order to see two different approaches to creating music. The Nintendo Entertainment System had five voices, And the Commodore 64 had 3 voices. Now, you might immediately assume that Nintendo was better, but actually it wasn’t. Here’s why. The voices used in the NES, was in the most part stuck making one type of sound. The first two voices can only produce
square waves that sound like this. The third voice can only produce a
triangle and is typically used for the low bass notes The fourth voice can only
produce noise. And the fifth voice is for PCM sampled sounds, which was rarely used. But a good example would be Super Mario Brothers 3. You can clearly hear the steel drum
sounds being used. Because the way Nintendo music worked, all
game music sounded pretty much exactly the same. The tune might be different, but it was
like they used the same instrument so to speak. The Commodore 64 had three voices, it
could produce four different types of waveforms Square, Triangle, Sawtooth, and Noise. Or
any combination of those. In the early days most programmers would just assign
a certain sound to a particular voice and just leave it that way throughout the
entire song. That was the simplest thing to do. Here’s an example from the game M.U.L.E. But not long after some clever
programmers realized that it was possible to dynamically reassign the voices to
other wave forms on the fly. This gave the illusion of having more
than three voices. Take this example from Commando. In order to better understand what’s
going on here, try listening to one voice at a time. A few years later the IBM PC finally got
a decent sound upgrade in the form of the AdLib card which used the Yamaha YM 3812
sound chip. Shortly after the market share was lost,
in favor of the SoundBlaster card which also used the same YM 3812 sound chip. So this chip was basically the
foundation of computer music in the IBM PC world for the next 10 years. The YM
3812 had nine voices and much like the Commodore 64 the voices were
independently programmable. Incidentally this chip was also used in several
Yamaha keyboard such as this one. Take a look inside and you’ll see the YM
3812 sound chip. It’s almost as if you could take a SoundBlaster card and attach keys and speakers to it and you could play it
like an instrument. So take a listen to this little sample
of music from the game Ultima 6. And now listen as I recreate that same
sound on this keyboard. Alright so let’s talk about sampling for
a moment. Now one of the neat things about this keyboard that I haven’t shown you
yet, this this came out on 1985 and has four voices, but one of the things that
makes it interesting is it’s a sampling keyboard, and let me show you exactly
what that means. “8-Bit Guy!” So this was not the only
device to come out in 1985 that featured a four voice sampling system. The
other was the Commodore Amiga. The Commodore Amiga was the first affordable
home computer that featured a four voice stereo sampling sound system. And with it came a new type of computer
music known as the Modtracker. These were music files that contains samples of
different sounds and then the associated music information. The original mod tracker used a four
track system designed around the Amiga sound chip, but later versions
eventually added many more tracks for more sophisticated sound cards. This type of format is still in use
today as a method for composing new music. The Mod Tracker format is not used
quite so often anymore with the abundance of storage and memory on
modern machines, they pretty much just forego all of that type of music
synthesis in favor of just using one gigantic sample usually in the form of
like an mp3 file or something like that. All right, well that about wraps that up
I hope you found that interesting, maybe learn something you maybe didn’t already
know It also may have come to your attention
that I have changed the name of my channel The reason is, it’s been pointed out to
me on several occasions that I haven’t made real videos about Apple iBooks in
quite some time so I changed the name from the iBook Guy to the 8-Bit Guy
because it’s a little bit more representative of what I actually do
here. Also I want to take a moment to thank
Rob for being on my show, and why don’t you tell us a little bit about your
channel for a moment. Thank you for having me on your show, I’m
a big fan of your channel and one of the things I like to talk about on my
channel are a little bit more obscure, a little more unusual hardware as it
relates to video games. Like this Sharp x68000 computer from Japan, One of my
all-time favorite systems. And if you want to see a little bit more about this
piece of obscure equipment, there’s a link down in the description
field that you can click to take you over to his channel, and he’s got a lot of other
really obscure stuff in his collection that you can have a look at. Alright,
well also don’t forget to visit me on Facebook and I’ll see you a next time!

SG Lewis at SnowGlobe 2019 – Talks Elton John, Upcoming New Music

SG Lewis at SnowGlobe 2019 – Talks Elton John, Upcoming New Music


besides on-air on location snowglobe
2019 we’re here with SG Lewis sup dude I would like to actually say snow globe
Lewis yeah right so the great thing about the festival is everywhere you
look this is SG 19 pasted everywhere so it’s really doing things my ego right
now I can imagine yes yes it is how do you feel about that you’ll feel a lot of
pressure with that no signage feels great yeah it’s a celebration of myself
it is a cell we’re here to celebrate you and all your purple goodness and my body
the dinosaur goodness yeah yeah are you a big fan of Barney yes I mean growing
up you know Bonnie stand really so if you have a Barney birthday oh yeah four
years old oh yeah yeah oh so and it’s clearly bled into my fashion sense
and I don’t life so you know here we are Congrats on the great year you’ve had
man thank you this is like the pinnacle is to to celebrate your achievements and
accomplishments it’s it’s been I’ve been sorry lucky knives like really I just
have to you know you have to look a year like that and know to finish it up here
in the mountains I’m here with like 15 friends in an air B&B with skiing every
day like I was just skiing on the mine today and I was like I’m so lucky right
actually I have to be so grateful for like everything has happened but you
know some I just I never expected people to you know the music the way they did
turn and that’s where I don’t know so yeah I’m just super grateful that people
been into it and and continually surprise that people and this trilogy of
material that you have here right documents and he’s inspired by the night
out yes what is a night out with Sam like well I mean like me and my friends
we’d love to have a good time we love seeing DJs and I love house music and
stuff I mean last night it was actually doing karaoke and a like tiny little
dive bar really it was insane liners it’s about we will attend was about
three people in this bar and the bouncer was doing karaoke but then we just like
took it over and it was like the most mad fun ever
and so you go to a karaoke bar because you want to go because the group says
let’s do that I was a group thing like I mean Zach dad know I have to be pretty
drunk okay yeah so what songs did you sing last they did I did Elton John are
you ready for love yeah I was not expecting that answer I
don’t think anyone was especially that song it’s not like a hit yeah I think it
was a here’s the match of the day if you chew this I could fucking fuck you grew
up with Elton John or something yeah my mom used to love our dance like I don’t
know and then my friends are Johnny over there did like DJ Sammy what’s the code
we’re in heaven like try and see like crazy your hot water yeah yeah only
thing that’s really fun but yeah well typically more simply or just do like me
and friends like a lot of my friends DJ so we just I’d be playing records in the
flat like spinning some vinyl and then I can go to a club and run them and yeah
of course I got to ask about new materials yes so I mean I’m pretty much
finished in the album oh sorry oh wow yeah I’ve been like in the studio since
you finish stuff something going I think you can expect probably playing with
genja like and then for the album for the summer so wow that’s no messing
around yeah and it’s uh I’m really excited man
I’m like really really excited it’s heavily inspired by like 80 new
york and discos there’s a lot disco music that’s a couple of surprises on
the album and i think people do excited about what as someone that’s in the
industry I feel like there’s this inspiration going on from disco and 80s
yeah because do a leaper alright it feels like a lot of people are on the
disco way right now and you know music is cyclical like yeah everything comes
back round it just feels like everyone’s feeling this the movie
y-ye are you feeling I’ve always collected disco music just because like
my parents armies were after what my mom used to like have like old disco records
you know and like maybe five years ago when I started going to DJ it’s like
took all her records and then that’s kind of like if I separate being a
musician and like producing music from like music is a hobby the hobby side for
me is like collecting this combined and now but the two things that kind of
merging together I guess for this album interesting yeah it said I’m excited not
really playing Wow I’m looking forward to this and be be good you’ll drop
anything yeah I think probably January can be first ending and then like yeah
gets me throughout yeah I’m nearly ready to go so bye and I get much together
first the police scanner then is it expected your news thank you in January
of that nice well I’m looking forward to this right appreciate your time thank
you so much and Happy New Year thank you happy new year yes hopefully I
get my voice back because indeed oh I like karaoke all right
oh yeah no I need says Oh mister is definitely guy Thank You this is SG
Lewis word snowglobe 2019 b-sides on air

Sesame Street: Herbie Hancock Makes Sounds

Sesame Street: Herbie Hancock Makes Sounds


[MUSIC PLAYING] TEACHER: Hi, Herbie. HERBIE HANCOCK: Hello,
how are you? TEACHER: How are you? Nice to see you. Listen, it’s nice of you
to let us visit. We’re interrupting
you, aren’t we? It sounded good, coming
out in the hallway. HERBIE HANCOCK: No,
no, no, no. You’re not interrupting
me at all. It’s a pleasure to see you. TEACHER: I think you
know everybody. HERBIE HANCOCK: Hi,
how are you? CHILD: Hi. HERBIE HANCOCK: Yeah,
how are you? TEACHER: Well, we’re here. What can you tell us about
all this stuff? HERBIE HANCOCK: Oh, this? Well, instead of me telling you
about it, how about if I show you about all
of this stuff? TEACHER: OK, that sounds good. HERBIE HANCOCK: Want
to do me a favor? TATIANA: What? HERBIE HANCOCK: Could you just
say your name into this microphone? TATIANA: Tatiana Ali. HERBIE HANCOCK: Watch this. SPEAKER: Tatiana Ali. [GIGGLES] HERBIE HANCOCK: Who was that? SPEAKER: Tatiana Ali. ALL: [GIGGLING] TEACHER: That’s how you sound. What do you think of that? Huh? Did you ever hear
yourself before? CHILD: I have. TEACHER: Yeah, you have? HERBIE HANCOCK: You ever
heard yourself sound like this, though? SPEAKER: [SPED UP] Tatiana Ali. ALL: [GIGGLING] TEACHER: What happened
to your little voice? CHILD: Do it in low. SPEAKER: [SLOWED DOWN] Tatiana Ali. ALL: GIGGLING HERBIE HANCOCK: You
guys ready? CHILD: Do it real
low at this key. HERBIE HANCOCK: OK,
watch this. SPEAKER: [EVEN SLOWER] Tatiana Ali. CHILD: Do it at the last key. HERBIE HANCOCK: But
you know what? I want to show you something
different. Watch this. SPEAKER: [TWO VOICES]:
Tatiana Ali. Tatiana Ali. Tatiana Ali. HERBIE HANCOCK: There’s
two of them, right? Watch this then. SPEAKER:
[MAKING NONSENSE SYLLABLES] HERBIE HANCOCK: How
about this? SPEAKER:
[MORE NONSENSE SYLLABLES] Tatiana Ali. Tatiana, Tatiana, Tatiana,
Ali, Ali, Ali, Ali. HERBIE HANCOCK: You know what
I want to do for you now? I’m going to show you a whole
room full of Tatiana Alis. Want to see that? Watch this. SPEAKER: [LOTS OF VOICES MAKING
NONSENSE SYLLABLES] CHILD: Make just one
high Tatiana. SPEAKER: [HIGH PITCHED NOISE] TEACHER: You know, in the Fix
It shop, we have a monitor. I know this is a monitor,
but what do you need a monitor for in music? What are you looking at? HERBIE HANCOCK: The great
thing about this is that because we have a monitor, we
can see what the sound looks like, not just hear it, but
see what it looks like. TEACHER: Oh, I see. So that’s a picture of
sound, of a note? HERBIE HANCOCK: This is a
picture of Tatiana Ali. TATIANA: GIGGLING. TEACHER: Look at that. HERBIE HANCOCK: And this is a
different kind of picture of Tatiana Ali. And I’ll show you a
third one here. Look at this one. There’s Tatiana Ali. TEACHER: There you go again. HERBIE HANCOCK: So
we’ve got three different pictures of her. CHILD: He’s a flying pig. HERBIE HANCOCK: Looks like
a flying pig, right? CHILD: He looks like
a flying pig. TEACHER: Well, so
if you change– HERBIE HANCOCK: We can even
change the sound of Tatiana Ali to sound kind of like
a computer voice. Let’s see. SPEAKER: [COMPUTERIZED VOICE] Tatiana Ali. Tatiana Ali. HERBIE HANCOCK: Isn’t
that funny? TEACHER: This looks almost
like the piano in Bob’s apartment, or an electric
keyboard. Is it an electric keyboard? Does it do more? HERBIE HANCOCK: Oh yeah. Well see, this is not
just a piano. Because it is a synthesizer
and because it’s a computer-based synthesizer,
this instrument, this keyboard, which works with this
computer here and this monitor here, and also, there’s
a typewriter keyboard that Clive is in front of. TEACHER: Hi. HERBIE HANCOCK: All these things
work together, and you can have so many other different
kinds of things that you can’t do on a piano. For example, I can play one
note and have a bunch of notes come out. I can hit one, and you hear
a bunch of notes come out. Like this. [PLAYS SCALE] HERBIE HANCOCK: See? A bunch of notes played, a
different kind of sound. What do you think of that? And it you make all different
kinds of sounds. CHILD: Can you make
an elephant? HERBIE HANCOCK: An elephant
we can make. CHILD: A noise? HERBIE HANCOCK: I can make
noises, too, but you know what I want to make now? How about a flute? You want to play a flute? CHILD: Yeah. HERBIE HANCOCK: Play
this note. [FLUTE PLAYING] HERBIE HANCOCK: See? CHILD: A flute! HERBIE HANCOCK: Isn’t
that interesting? This is something different
right here. [MUSIC BOX MELODY] CHILD: It’s a music box! HERBIE HANCOCK: A music box. OK, you want to play
the music box? Here, right here. [MUSIC BOX MELODY] HERBIE HANCOCK: You
like that one? You know what I want
you to do, Craig? CHILD: What? HERBIE HANCOCK: I want
you to make laughter. How about that? CHILD: OK. HERBIE HANCOCK: Play
this note. [LAUGHTER] HERBIE HANCOCK: It sounds
like monkeys laughing. TEACHER: Yeah, what
is laughing? HERBIE HANCOCK: We can’t tell. [LAUGHTER] CHILD: It’s like loud– TEACHER: Dogs laughing,
dogs laughing. That’s what that sounds like. HERBIE HANCOCK: Watch this. This is going to be funny. [BRASS INSTRUMENTS
PLAYING FANFARE] HERBIE HANCOCK: You know
what I want you to do? TEACHER: What’s that? HERBIE HANCOCK: Play this. [PLAYS CHORD] TEACHER: Well on that note,
thanks a lot, [INAUDIBLE]. [CHORD] TEACHER: On that note, also. Thanks for letting us visit. Say goodbye to Herbie Hancock. ALL: Bye! HERBIE HANCOCK: OK, bye. Thanks for coming by. TEACHER: We’ll see you again. Bye bye. HERBIE HANCOCK: See
you next time. CHILD: Bye bye. HERBIE HANCOCK: Bye bye. Let’s see now, Clive,
where were we? Oh, I know. CLIVE: You’re on Sesame. HERBIE HANCOCK: OK, we’re
going to do Sesame? And let me put these controls
back the way I had them. [MUSIC PLAYING]

Oh Wonder – Happy (Lyrics)

Oh Wonder – Happy (Lyrics)


to see you with somebody new Oh I, never thought I’d be happy With somebody else, cause now you’re more yourself to see you do the things we do never thought I’d be happy to see you with somebody new never thought I’d be happy to see you with somebody new Oh I, never thought I’d be happy With somebody else, cause now you’re more yourself never thought I’d be happy I never thought I’d be happy Dancing with another, It’s better like that it’s clear we’re good without each other Wide awake and dreaming, I wanted you back So many nights of barely sleeping to see you with somebody new Oh I, never thought I’d be happy With somebody else, cause now you’re more yourself to see you do the things we do never thought I’d be happy to see you with somebody new I never thought I’d be happy I guess that’s how I know I’ve finally let you go Should hurt, somehow it don’t You’re holding someone close But it’s good to see you loved, let’s call it even I used to wish you would never find the one Just to get you out my mind for an evening Spent all my weekends pretending I was fine Never thought I’d be happy Never thought I’d be happy to see you with somebody new Oh I, never thought I’d be happy With somebody else, cause now you’re more yourself to see you do the things we do never thought I’d be happy to see you with somebody new I never thought I’d be happy I guess that’s how I know I’ve finally let you go Should hurt, somehow it don’t You’re holding someone close And I wonder how you’ve been without it It’s been a year since you gave me back my love But there’s something kinda nice about it I didn’t think that I’d see you here tonight