The Fundamentals of Sound in Post Production

The Fundamentals of Sound in Post Production


Hi, John Hess from FilmmakerIQ.com and today
we’ll get into the post production side of audio – establishing fundamentals and looking
at digital audio workstation tools for mixing and perfecting your film’s soundtrack. In this lesson we are going to be diving deep
into shaping sound so it’s important that you have a fair grasp of the different aspects
of sound – You may want to review, if you haven’t already, our video on the Science
and Engineering of sound as we will be using many of the terms laid out in that lesson.
For this lesson I will be demonstrating with the tools that are inside the Adobe Creative
Cloud including Premiere Pro and their Audition. All the tools I mention here should be available
in other audio editing programs and many may be included in your NLE of choice. The first tool or weapon in the sound editor’s
arsenal is the equalizer. But what exactly is an equalizer? In real basic terms an equalizer boosts or
cuts the amplitude of certain frequencies which alters the harmonics or overtones resulting
in the change of the character of the sound. Let’s imagine the audio response of a wave
as a straight line on a graph where the x axis represents the frequency going from low
to high and the y axis represents amplitude. Now let’s say we want to boost ONLY the high
frequencies – say everything above 5,000 Hz. Our straight line is now broken into two levels
with a slope in between: this is called a high shelf. This type of equalization, called a first
order filter, is the simplest kind of equalization to perform using electronic components. This
is found on your basic consumer hi fi systems. To continue, let’s say we want to cut the
sound of the low frequencies in our recording below 100Hz – our line reflects that with
a low shelf cut. Now if we go to the extreme and eliminate
all sounds from above or below a certain frequency, this shelf is called a pass filter – a High-pass
filter essentially lets all the high frequencies pass, eliminating all the low range, where
as a low-pass filter does the opposite – let all the low range pass and killing off the
high frequencies. But what if we want to target a more specific
range of frequencies? That’s where second order filters come in. This is often called
the peaking filter or parametric equalizer and it has three settings: The frequency,
which is what frequency you wish to target, the gain: how much you want to boost or cut
that frequency, and the Q or quality factor which is how wide the parabola of the adjustment
will be. High Q values will have a steeper slope. Sometimes Q is expressed in octaves
– the more octaves a Q has the more wider and gentler the effect. A really high Q filter are used to completely
eliminate a particular frequencies is sometimes called a notch cut or a band-stop filter.
These are used to eliminate constant frequency based noise like a electronic hum or to prevent
feedback in a live audio setting. Another type of equalizer you may come across
are Graphic equalizers. These will be commonly found on mix boards, they behave the same
way as parametric equalizers except instead of selecting specific frequencies and changing
the q value, all the frequencies are presented as sliders with a predetermined interval and
q value. So how and why do we use equalizers? There
are essentially three main uses- first is to fix inadequacies in the recording: Microphones
aren’t perfect and some have a specific frequency response and you may want to use the equalizer
to compensate and create a flatter response. You can also target specific hums with a notch
filter and eliminate them or use a high pass filter to cut low range rumble caused by wind
noise. The second use is when you’re mixing audio
sources that are competing in a similar frequency space – a common occurrence when mixing voice
over with a background music track, if you cut the background music in the 1200 HZ range,
the sweet spot of human voice, you can make some more room for dialogue or voice over
tracks: The final reason and arguably most important
use of EQ is for creative reasons making the track sound better – or just different. For instance boosting the bass frequencies
on a dialogue track, say around 160hz will add power to human voices -but too much can
make the track muddy and unintelligible. You can add a bit of presence by boosting the
5kHz range but again too much will cause ear fatigue. The sibelence or �ess� sounds
can be found between 4 and 10 kHz, you can boost this for more of a clear sound or cut
it to get rid of harsh ess sounds. Playing with these different EQ settings will get
you closer to your desired sound. If you’re mixing instruments – there are many charts
available online that give you a general guideline for which frequencies to target depending
on the instrument. You can even go further and push EQ to create
brand new sounds. For instance – EQ can also be used to simulate the sound coming from
a radio or walkie talkie: Houston I think we have an EQ problem. In music, dynamics refer to the general loudness
of a passage from piano which is soft to fortissimo which is loud and forceful. Dynamics in sound
engineering is same concept – the dynamic range is the difference from the very soft
to the very loud. Now sometimes we need to compress that range – to make the difference
between soft and loud passages smaller. This is the work of a tool called the compressor.
To visualize what the compressor does, let’s use, what else, a graph. On the x axis we’ll
put our input level in decibels and on our y axis will be our output level. If we don’t apply any compression at all we
will have a straight line curve going 45 degrees up the the chart with a slope of 1. For any
given input, the output will be exactly thesame. A compressor works by essentially squashing
down sound that goes above a certain threshold – let’s say we we want to dampen everything
that goes above-12dB. A compressor essentially draws a new line starting at -12dB this time
with say a slope of one half – or 2:1 compression. This means for ever 2 dB increase in volume
above -12dB from the input, there will only be a 1 dB increase in output volume. A more
drastic compression would be 4:1, for each 4dB increase of input there would only be
one dB increase in the output. Compressors have settings for attack and release
to determine how quickly or slowly they kick in. Too fast and you can get a pumping sound,
too slow and spikes in the audio can slip through. Once we have compressed the dynamic range,
we can safely boost the entire track to make everything generally louder if desired. If you push the slope flatter to say 20:1
or 100:1 you get what is called a limiter. A limiter essentially prevents peaks from
going over a specific target generally used for broadcast and they have very short attack
and release times. The opposite of a compressor is called, as
you might imagine, an expander. Going back to our curve – an expander is a part of the
curve that has a slope of greater than 1. Let’s say we want the audio that is below
-20 dB to get quieter faster – our curve reflects that with steeper slope. Expanders are generally only used for the
quieter parts of the dynamic range. A noise gate is one kind of expander – a noise gate
is essentially like a high pass filter except for amplitude. Anything louder than the threshold
will get through, anything lower than the threshold will be expanded down into nothing.
Attack and release settings are available for expanders as well and need to be tinkered
with to find the best settings. So why would we need to use a compressor?
Compressors help smooth out sudden increases in volume caused by momentary changes of distance
from the mic or just natural changes in volume. Smaller dynamic ranges may be necessary for
your venue – if you’re mixing audio for a video that will be shown on the floor of a
subway station there’s going to be a lot of ambient noise and you’ll need to boost the
soft parts in order to compete with that noise. Which gets us to one of the main use of compression
– to make the audio sound more powerful and louder than it really is. Over the years the
recording industry has move towards making their albums sound as loud as possible – comparing
the waveforms from a recording from the 70s and a modern song show just how much compression
is used these days – that’s not always a bad thing as people are often listening to music
in their cars or on earbuds where it’s important to keep a consistent level while having that
feeling of loudness. A really handy tool for bringing out more
life in an audio track is the multiband compressor – it essentially combines the best of EQ – the
control of harmonics and overtones with the control over dynamic range that a compressor
has. A multiband compressor essentially breaks the track into different bands of frequencies
which you can independently apply compression. For example on voice tracks you can compress
and boost that 160hz range for adding power while leaving everything else alone. Most
programs will have several presets to pick from and I almost always find myself reaching
for the multiband compressor when finishing my mixes. Expanders can be used as noise gates which
can push our noise floor lower but there is another technique in the digital realm for
eliminating noise which is called the Fast Fourier Transform or FFT. Inside Adobe Audtion, FFT is a stand alone
filter or part of their noise reduction suite and it works by first taking a snapshot of
your audio waveform – creating a profile of the unwanted sound. Then using various settings
you can subtract the offending noise from the entire track. Now the problem with FFT processing is too
much can result in something called chirping which is squirrely weird digital bird sounds.
You can avoid chirping but not completely removing background noise. To my ears a little
bit of ambient noise is not necessarily unwanted as it can give a little warmth to a track. But FFT isn’t used only noise reduction as
you can use it to remove practically any sound from car horns, to footsteps to instrument
hits. There are a lot of neat and amazing things can be done with FFT. Now we get into probably the most fun filters
– certain the first ones I tried out as a kid first playing with a digital audio program. Using a delay filter – we can create some
really interesting effects. By repeating the audio with a delay of 15 milliseconds or less,
we get an effect called combing where interference patterns created resemble that of a comb.
Now combing is generally avoided in the recording stage, it’s caused by quick slappy echo but
as an effect it may be able add something unique and interesting to the mix. With a delay of 15-35 millisounds we start
getting chorusing effects where the brain is starting to perceive more than one voice
or instrument is being sounded. Chorusing filters can also vary the pitch and timing
of the delays for more effects. This may be useful for creating bizarre and other worldly
characters for your audio Beyond 35 miliseconds and we will begin to
perceive an echo effect. Along with echo are reverb filters. Instead
of being a direct delayed copy, reverb is the mixture of a large number of random and
decaying echos. Advanced digital reverb generators can even simulate the time and frequency response
of a specific rooms like concert halls. Echo and reverb can give your audio track a sense
of space – whether that’s a large cavern or even a small hard room. Now if we take a wave and we squeeze the time
we are by very essence adjusting the frequency. Make the time shorter and the frequency will
go up. Stretch it out longer and the frequency will go down. This is the most basic form
of pitch shifting and it’s sometimes linked to the Chipmunk Effect – where the original
songs were sung at half the speed and an octave below and then played back at twice the speed. But say you want to change the time of the
track without chanigng the pitch – or vice versa. To do this, audio programs use either
Phase Vocoders or sinuosodal spectral modeling to stretch and squish waveforms making things
like auto tune possible. These essentially model the new desired sound frequency waves
using rather complicated math which we’ll just leave to the audio engineers and programmers Wow, we’ve barely scratched the surface of
what goes into audio engineering and sound design. But the whole purpose of this lesson
has been to provide some foundational ground work from EQ, Dynamics, Noise Reduction, and
Time and Pitch effects, I hope this has cleared up some of the mystery of working with post
audio. No filmmaker, no sound mixer, or artist working in any medium, can simply watch a
video or take a class and suddenly become the top of the field. It takes practice practice
practice. And in the case of audio mixing, a lot of time just fiddling with those knobs
and buttons and experimenting with how it sounds when you boost this range or cut that
frequency. Experiment, play and repeat – if it sounds good, and you have a decent pair
of speakers – then it IS good. Don’t be afraid to try things and fail, because it’s all on
the path to making something great. I’m John Hess, I’ll see you at FilmmakerIQ.com

Nelly Furtado – Promiscuous ft. Timbaland (Official Music Video)

Nelly Furtado – Promiscuous ft. Timbaland (Official Music Video)


– – AM – AM I – AM I T – AM I THR – AM I THROW – AM I THROWIN – AM I THROWING – AM I THROWING YO – AM I THROWING YOU – AM I THROWING YOU OF – AM I THROWING YOU OFF? – AM I THROWING YOU OFF?
– – AM I THROWING YOU OFF?
– NO – AM I THROWING YOU OFF?
– NOPE – AM I THROWING YOU OFF?
– NOPE. Nelly:
DIDN’T THINK SO.
♪ HOW’RE YOU DOING,
YOUNG LADY? THE FEELING ♪♪ THAT YOU’RE GIVING
REALLY DRIVES ME CRAZY ♪
♪ YOU’RE DOPE,
HAVE A PLAYER
BY THE CHOKE ♪
♪ I WAS AT A LOSS FOR WORDS
FIRST TIME THAT WE SPOKE ♪
♪ YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A GIRL
THAT’LL TREAT YOU RIGHT ♪ ♪ YOU’RE LOOKING FOR HER
IN THE DAYTIME WITH A LIGHT ♪ Timbaland:
♪ YOU MIGHT BE THE TYPE
IF I PLAY MY CARDS RIGHT ♪
♪ I’LL FIND OUT
BY THE END OF THE NIGHT ♪
♪ YOU EXPECT ME
TO JUST LET YOU HIT IT ♪ ♪ BUT WILL YOU STILL
RESPECT ME IF YOU GET IT? ♪ ♪ ALL I CAN DO IS TRY,
GIVE ME ONE CHANCE ♪ ♪ WHAT’S THE PROBLEM?
I DON’T SEE NO RING
ON YOUR HAND ♪ ♪ I’LL BE THE FIRST
TO ADMIT IT ♪♪ I’M CURIOUS ABOUT YOU,
YOU SEEM SO INNOCENT ♪
♪ YOU WANNA GET IN MY WORLD,
GET LOST IN IT ♪ ♪ BOY, I’M TIRED OF RUNNIN’,
LET’S WALK FOR A MINUTE ♪♪ PROMISCUOUS GIRL,
WHEREVER YOU ARE ♪
♪ I’M ALL ALONE
AND IT’S YOU THAT I WANT ♪
♪ PROMISCUOUS BOY,
YOU ALREADY KNOW ♪ ♪ THAT I’M ALL YOURS ♪ ♪ WHAT YOU WAITING FOR? ♪ ♪ PROMISCUOUS GIRL,
YOU’RE TEASING ME ♪♪ YOU KNOW WHAT I WANT
AND I GOT WHAT YOU NEED ♪
♪ PROMISCUOUS BOY,
LET’S GET TO THE POINT ♪ ♪ ‘CAUSE WE’RE
ON A ROLL, YOU READY? ♪ ♪ ROSES ARE RED,
SOME DIAMONDS ARE BLUE ♪ ♪ CHIVALRY IS DEAD,
BUT YOU’RE STILL KINDA CUTE ♪ ♪ HEY, I CAN’T KEEP
MY MIND OFF YOU ♪ ♪ WHERE YOU AT? DO YOU MIND
IF I COME THROUGH? ♪ ♪ I’M OUT OF THIS WORLD,
COME WITH ME TO MY PLANET ♪ ♪ MEET YOU ON MY LEVEL,
DO YOU THINK YOU
CAN HANDLE IT? ♪ ♪ THEY CALL ME THOMAS,
LAST NAME CROWN ♪ ♪ RECOGNIZE GAME,
IMMA LAY MINES DOWN ♪ ♪ I’M A BIG GIRL,
I CAN HANDLE MYSELF ♪ ♪ BUT IF I GET LONELY,
I MAY NEED YOUR HELP ♪ ♪ PAY ATTENTION TO ME,
I DON’T TALK FOR MY HEALTH ♪ –♪ I WANT YOU ON MY TEAM ♪
– ♪ SO DOES EVERYBODY ELSE ♪
♪ BABY, WE CAN KEEP IT
ON THE LOW ♪ ♪ LET YOUR GUARD DOWN,
AIN’T NOBODY GOTTA KNOW ♪ ♪ IF YOU WITH IT, GIRL,
I KNOW A PLACE WE CAN GO ♪ ♪ WHAT KIND OF GIRL
DO YOU TAKE ME FOR? ♪ ♪ PROMISCUOUS GIRL,
WHEREVER YOU ARE ♪ ♪ I’M ALL ALONE
AND IT’S YOU THAT I WANT ♪♪ PROMISCUOUS BOY,
YOU ALREADY KNOW ♪
♪ THAT I’M ALL YOURS,
WHAT YOU WAITING FOR? ♪ ♪ PROMISCUOUS GIRL,
YOU’RE TEASING ME ♪ ♪ YOU KNOW WHAT I WANT
AND I GOT WHAT YOU NEED ♪ ♪ PROMISCUOUS BOY,
LET’S GET TO THE POINT ♪ ♪ ‘CAUSE WE’RE
ON A ROLL, YOU READY? ♪ ♪ DON’T BE MAD,
DON’T GET MEAN ♪ ♪ DON’T GET MAD,
DON’T BE MEAN ♪ ♪ HEY, DON’T BE MAD,
DON’T GET MEAN ♪ ♪ DON’T GET MAD,
DON’T BE MEAN ♪ ♪ WAIT, I DON’T MEAN
NO HARM ♪ ♪ I CAN SEE YOU
WITH MY T-SHIRT ON ♪ ♪ I CAN SEE YOU
WITH NOTHING ON ♪ ♪ FEELING ON ME BEFORE
YOU BRING THAT ON ♪ – ♪ BRING THAT ON? ♪
– ♪ YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN ♪ ♪ GIRL, I’M A FREAK,
YOU SHOULDN’T SAY
THOSE THINGS ♪ ♪ I’M ONLY TRYING TO GET
INSIDE OF YOUR BRAIN ♪ ♪ TO SEE IF YOU CAN
WORK ME THE WAY YOU SAY ♪ ♪ IT’S OKAY,
IT’S ALL RIGHT ♪♪ I GOT SOMETHING
THAT YOU GONNA LIKE ♪
♪ IS IT THE TRUTH
OR ARE YOU TALKIN’ TRASH? ♪ IS YOUR GAME M.V.P.
LIKE STEVE NASH? ♪♪ PROMISCUOUS GIRL,
WHEREVER YOU ARE ♪
♪ I’M ALL ALONE
AND IT’S YOU THAT I WANT ♪ ♪ PROMISCUOUS BOY,
I’M CALLING YOUR NAME ♪ ♪ BUT YOU’RE
DRIVING ME CRAZY ♪ ♪ THE WAY
YOU’RE MAKING ME WAIT ♪ ♪ PROMISCUOUS GIRL,
YOU’RE TEASING ME ♪ ♪ YOU KNOW WHAT I WANT
AND I’VE GOT WHAT YOU NEED ♪ ♪ PROMISCUOUS BOY,
WE’RE ONE AND THE SAME ♪ ♪ SO WE DON’T GOTTA PLAY
GAMES NO MORE. ♪
( echoes ) ( vocalizing )( music continues )

THIS SOUNDS SO COOL! Singing every other syllable!

THIS SOUNDS SO COOL! Singing every other syllable!


What’s up My name is Roomie and welcome to another edition of Singing Experiments, the best naked show on YouTube. Let’s just all get naked you guys have to get naked too, and let’s get Dave. Hey Dave Get get back here Dave. We’re getting NAKED! So today’s experiment is to be recording one syllable at a time I know we’ve been doing a lot of syllables sh*t recently And you know it’s just I don’t have any ideas I tried to get ideas from Dave, Dave doesn’t have any ideas either He just you know just knows how to leech off of other Youtubers. Essentially recording one syllable at a time means this: Dave. Is. a. Little. bitch. I’m not gonna be in the rest of the video bye Dave’s gonna record a really long rap one syllable at a time Okay, I just realized how stupid I am if I would actually record one syllable at a time this video would take like months to Make so instead I’m gonna be recording every other syllable at a time It’s difficult as sh*t to explain so I’m just gonna show it I’m gonna be wearing a hat for one take and I’m not gonna be wearing a hat for the other take twinkle twinkle little Star how I wonder What you aRE? So the first time we’re gonna record is by a genius who was never truly appreciated during his lifetime But nowadays we can all agree that he was probably one of the best songwriters in the world, his name is Roomie Official and the song is called Numb Childhood That’s so wrong this is this is so hard what ever happened to childhood Okay, so let’s have a listen to what it all sounds like together the vastly superior version. Let’s go Okay, so we haven’t done one of these in a while Here’s a cringe sketch based on the every other syllable concept if you really can’t stand cringe. Then skip the video a little bit oh Dude, are you wearing sunglasses right now? It’s not even sunny and you’re inside you’re such a f****** moron oh I don’t know maybe I should take this sunglasses off. Also dude what’s with the haircut? It’s so ugly Jesus oh that makes me very sad I always thought that my hair was alright Also, your face is just the ugliest thing I’ve seen in my life Jesus oh well at least your face is really attractive, but not for LoNG This is a great sketch 10/10 Roomie indeed a lovely boy. I once saw him throw a ball without feeling completely But he always has and always will be an idiot you see this sketch wasn’t at all 10/10 who was more like negative sixty seven out of ten the thinking sense of judgment was really this bad. It’s ridiculous It’s so stupid Okay, let’s move on ok so we were gonna film the sketch thing on this bench But it’s really really cold the Sun is just going down so the Lighting’s gonna be absolute trash beautiful though You’re beautiful, but Ah, yes I forgot. He’s also bully. Stupid Roomie! Ok so before I show you the best every other syllable song here’s the comment song from last week with your best responses the setup was I am very good at love This is the sad one. Actually, that’s my bad I chose the word that was really hard to rhyme with this week. I’m sorry A lot of gloves let up above I’m sorry about that which is something better now Okay, so for next week’s comment song I have this set up for you guys the thing about Youtubers is put your best responses in the comments below And I will choose your best answers that also rhyme for next week’s video and maybe some that don’t rhyme if they’re funny enough Okay, so the next and final song of all the songs We’re gonna be recording is by my biggest singing idol his name is Roomie, and this song is called Long-Distance Love I just want to be somewhere beside ya I don’t even care where we are I just want to be somewhere beside ya I don’t even care where we are Hey, I f****** love ya My long distance love Today I’m going to experiment with ASMR singing really really quiet singing I am in your left ear I am in your right ear So what type of makeup, would you like today he can have a sexy smoky eye Oh, can I get like a heavy sexy smoky eye?

A New Year of Lying to Myself… In Song!! | Sanders Sides

A New Year of Lying to Myself… In Song!!  | Sanders Sides


What’s this? 2016 has evolved into 2017? Or devolved. . . We don’t know yet. We’re gonna find out together. [Intro music] What is up, everybody?! Welp, another year has come and gone. So long, 2016! And you know, despite all the cruddy things that happened during this past year, I have to be thankful for all the things I was able to accomplish. I got to hang out with the Teen Titans Greg Cipes: [Beast Boy voice] Teen Titans? Thomas: Hi. You guys live in a secret base? Greg Cipes: Totally secret, bruh. Thomas: Then why is it a building shaped like a gigantic T? Greg Cipes: Didn’t think about that. . . Thomas: No, you didn’t. Khary Payton: [Cyborg voice] BOO YAHH!!!! Tara Strong: [Raven voice] Azarath metrion ZINTHOS! Thomas: So cool! So, Robin, what can you do? Scott Menville: [Robin voice] I can say, TITANS GO!!! Yeah? Thomas: Great . . . I got really obsessed with Hamilton, and then I bothered some of the original cast. Thomas: Pardon me, are you Aaron Burr, sir? Leslie Odom Jr.: That depends, who’s asking? Thomas: Okay, you don’t have to be rude. I’m just a big fan. Sorry. Thomas: Have you heard the Hamilton mixtape? Have you heard the Hamilton mixtape? Have you heard the new Hamilton mixtape? Anthony Ramos: Dude, yes! I got to have fun with some of the Crystal Gems and Steven Universe. Thomas: Who ate my fries? Lapis? Jennifer Paz: [Lapis voice] I don’t like fries. Thomas: Pearl? Deedee Magno: [Pearl voice] I don’t like food! Thomas: Steven? Zach Callison: [Steven voice] It was Amythest! Michaela Dietz: [Amethyst voice] Yeah, it was! Thomas: UGHHHH!!! I got to go to the Tonys, got to travel to different countries, I performed at VidCon, I went to Playlist and had a huge birthday surprise thrown for me on stage, I won a Streamy award, I collabed with soooo many of my YouTube heroes, AND I went on tour with my first original musical and met so many of you guys across 17 different cities in the U.S. and Canada! Whooooo! (Gasps for air) So the question remains: What comes next? Logic: Good question! OOHkay, my logical side is back, everyone. Logic: It’s the beginning of the year, which means we… Both: …make New Year’s resolutions.
Logic: Very good. Well, I was just thinking, like, goals to set this year for my videos. Logic: Good videos come when we set a better lifestyle for ourselves, Thomas. now– Logic: –what are some steps we can take to achieve this? Ummmm…. Morality: Really? Can’t think of one? Logic: Now, w-wait a second, this is my turn! Logic: This is the video where I come to help! Morality: Except I’ve already gone through this. Morality: Hey, Dad here. I represent Thomas’ morality– Logic: Oh, come on! Morality: What about learning to cook? And all those other steps towards proper adultery? That’s not the word. That-that doesn’t mean becoming an adult. Morality: Yeah, yeah. Well, whatever the word is, don’t you think that’s something to work towards this year? Logic: Excuse me, but we were just working out what he needs to focus on this year, which in my opinions, is expanding your mind. Good content will only come to your viewers if you educate yourself. Thomas: Yeah…
Morality: Well, that’s all well and good, but how is he supposed to do that when he still needs to work on eating right and taking care of himself more? Yeah, I gotta do that too… Logic: He can do that just fine! He’s severely lacking in the knowledge department! Well… Logic: He’s cooked in the kitchen plenty of times since you’ve talked to him. Morality: Has he now? [laughs] Well, I might need to see some proof of that; should we dust the stove for prints? Princey: Did someone say “prince”? [Thomas & Logic] Noooooo!
[Morality]: Heyyyy! Oh, wow, okay, so my fanciful side is here too now. Princey: Thomas, as you know, I am your hopes and dreams, and you need to dedicate this year to doing all the things you’ve ever dreamed of! Travel more! Act more! Create more! Logic: [yelling]: But how can he do that without knowledge? Morality: Or a healthy way of living? Princey: I get what you two are saying, and I do care about that. But here’s the thing: I don’t really care about that. Logic: OH, my goodness gracious–
Morality: The basic, essential things– [Overlapping speech] [Thomas trying to get his emotions to agree and be peaceful for once.] Anxiety: So, isn’t this nice. Oh, good, my anxiety, right on time. Princey: What are you doing back here? Anxiety: All these emotions and thoughts in complete turmoil? How could I not show up at this party? Logic: Unbelievable. This was totally supposed to be my video. Anxiety: Get over it. You’re the least popular character, and you know it. Thomas: [clicks tongue] Ooooh… Morality: [cough, repressed giggle] Princey: Curse you for making me laugh. Anxiety: This whole thing just amuses me, because you’re gonna waste all this time picking out goals for the new year, what you need to start doing, or stop doing, and in a month, probably less, it’s all gonna be for nothing. You’re gonna stop trying and go right back to before. It’s all meaningless. Thomas: Nuh-uh! Anxiety: Yuh-huh! Princey: We’ve got this. He’ll definitely stay true. Logic: Well, looking at facts, we have been pretty bad about sticking to goals in the past. Morality: Can’t lie about that. Anxiety: See? You know it’s true. Princey: Ugh. I do not like you. Well, this year it could be different, right? Right? ♫I’ll cut out carbs to lose some weight.♫ That’s a lie. ♫I won’t go to bed so late.♫ LIE! ♫I won’t be so shy to date.♫ LIE ♫I won’t do so much riffing.♫ ♫Lieeeeeee.♫ ♫I will go to the gym and get real strong.♫ Lie! ♫All my work I won’t prolong.♫ Hah! Lie. ♫I’ll stick to goals the whole year-long.♫ ANOTHER LIE! ♫I won’t sing so many Disney songs.♫ You’re kidding, right? ♫Let’s face the facts and come to terms it’s time to realize.♫ ♫These goals are only merely hope we quickly leave behind.♫ ♫They’re lies, lies, lies, lies, lieeeeees!♫ Anxiety: Give it up. Resolutions are nothing more than empty promises to yourself. Shouldn’t even try. Okay, maybe thinking big like that is not the way to go, but resolutions don’t have to be big. They can be reasonable. ♫I could cook a meal or four.♫ True… ♫Keep my clothes neater in my drawer.♫ True. ♫Improve my credit score.♫ So true. ♫Tell my loved ones that I love them more.♫ That’s cute! :3 ♫There’s a book I’ve meant to read…♫ True. ♫Do my best to do good deeds.♫ (LOUD GASP) True! ♫Take the time for me I need.♫ Too true! ♫Follow less and take a lead!♫ ♫Don’t kid yourself, you know your year can’t be that sublime.♫ ♫You may be right, but I’ll prove you wrong. We’ll both find out in time♫ Thomas: ♫If they’re lies lies lies lies lieeeeeeeees.♫
[L,M,P]: [harmonizing] ♫Ooooo♫ ♫They could be lies lies lies lies lieeeeeeeeees.♫
[L,M,P]: [harmonizing] ♫Ooooo♫ ♫I won’t let them be lies lies lies lies lieeeeeeeeeees.♫
[L,M,P]: [harmonizing] ♫Ooooo–♫ ♫I’m doing fine.♫ Anxiety: You sicken me. You can’t always rely on a catchy tune to solve your problems.
[Tune continues lightly in background] Princey: I disagree. So long, Anxiety. Anxiety: Ugh, it’s gonna be stuck in my head all day. So, the bottom line here is to start with little things to work on Logic: And then go from there. Morality: No pressure either way. Princey: Even a little progress is progress. This I can work with. Thank you- (song abruptly stops) Logic: Wait- okay, you get out- Princey: (surprised noise)
Logic: (quickly) Yep- no-n-n-nope. Logic: Just get out- great- siiink down- perfect- sink down- there you go- right-
Princey: Oh, I– oh… well alright… I guess… Logic: Alright, now you– fantastic– go ahead…
Morality: Me too? Well I was gonna- Logic: Oh, no, no, no- no witty quip, no dad joke, just sink down.
Morality: I was gonna- Logic: Just sink down- sink- peeerfect- sink d- peeerfect.
Morality: (confused) Uh- wh- yes Logic: Alright, great. (To Thomas) Okay- continue Thomas: Thank you? Logic: You’re WELCOME! Logic: See, this was MY video, I helped, just me, no one else. (music continues) Alright, well now that THAT’S all settled, I hope all of you figure out some nice, achievable goals to work on for this year. And until next time, take it easy guys , gals, and non-binary pals. PEACE OUT- Morality: Hey! My New Years resolution is 1080p! Logic: Doh, COME ON! Big thank you to my friend Chris for helping to create that little ditty, he’s an absolute musical magicman, and all his information is down in the description below. And THANK you, to all of you guys for making this past year so utterly AMAZING! And here’s to an awesome new year. Princey: Hey Anxiety, if you had to have a New Years resolution what would it be? Anxiety: [tongue clicks] Probably to find darker eye shadow to better match my soul. Princey: YOU are an EMO NIGHTMARE. Anxiety: [tongue clicks] Thank you.

Animals and the sounds they make!

Animals and the sounds they make!


Moo. Moo. Moo. Moo, moo, moo, moo, moo. Moo. Moo. Hey, cow. What are you doing? Moo. This is a cow, and the cow
lives in not a house, a barn. Do you like cows?
Are they delicious? I’m going to eat you, cow. Don’t do it!
Okay, so today… Hi, everyone out there. My name’s Ronnie. If you’ve
got children sitting around, bring them here, they’re going to
learn something, you’re going to learn something.
It’s going to be fantastic. I promise I won’t say bad words. Maybe just one. So, today I’m going
to teach you-moo, barn-animal sounds -fun, fun, fun-in English. And while your kids are
learning this, you are going to be practicing pronunciation. I even do it right now. So
learn English animal noises, practice your pronunciation, have fun with your kids, and
eat a hamburger. I can’t think of anything better for you to do right now. The first animal, as I said, delicious, is
chuck la moo a cow. A cow says moo. If I go up to the board here, I have a cow. A cow
says moo. Sometimes the sounds in English and the words that we use for the sounds are
the same. With a cow, it’s moo, moo, moo, moo, moo, moo, moo all around. If you’re really,
really, really good at cow noises, you can even go maaa. You try. No. Do it again. One more time. A cow goes… Yeah, I like it. I like it. Okay, next one. Quack, quack. Do you know
what noise that is or what animal makes that noise? Quack, quack, quack. It is a duck.
Quack. Now, a duck does not live in a barn. Quack. A duck lives in the water, and they’re
really cool because they can fly and swim. Awesome. Also delicious. I would eat duck.
Have you eaten duck? Quack. So, a duck says quack. Now, ladies and gentlemen, it’s really
difficult in English sometimes for me to hear if you are saying “duck” or if you are saying
“dog”. Everyone from around the world, I don’t care what country you’re from, this is really,
really hard, and this is where you get to practice your pronunciation. So, when you want
to say this guy-quack, quack-you’re going to say: “duck”. It rhymes with the word “truck”.
Mm-hmm. If you want to say man’s best friend, it’s a dog. Dog. Okay? I have a dog, he’s really cute. You want
to see him? You ready? Do you have a dog? This is my dog. Woof, woof. Sometimes dogs go
woof, woof. It depends how big they are. My dog’s pretty small and he says woof, woof. In English, a dog
says woof, woof. Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof. And he actually… Dogs don’t talk. Did
you know that? Oh, sorry, they do talk, but when they talk, the language they’re
lear-… It’s not English, it’s bark. So dogs bark, but the sound that we make is woof,
woof. And the language that they speak is bark. Not barf, bark. So, we have a dog says
woof, and we have a-I didn’t eat it-a duck says quack. Duck, dog. And this
guy is a cow, and he says moo. Woo-hoo. Next up, again we have to be careful with
our pronunciation because if you don’t say the “p” on this animal, sheep, or if you say
the e’s wrong, I think you’re saying ship. Ships don’t really make
any noises, do they? Kids, ships? No. Ships kind of go: “Unh,
I’m a ship.” But this guy, a sheep… A sheep says maaa or if
it’s a boy it says baaa. So boy sheep say baaa, and girl sheep say maaa,
maaa. Are you a boy sheep or a girl sheep? If you’re a boy
sheep, you go baaa. If you’re a girl sheep, go maaa. Make your best sheep noise. Go! Oo, I liked it. Okay, so sheep.
Baaa or maaa. Next one, one of my favourites. I’ve
ridden one. Oh, I’ve forgotten something. Delicious, delicious, never tried, Ronnie hates sheep. This is the only food
that people really, really, really like, lamb, mutton also known
as. Guess what? That’s a sheep you’re eating. It’s probably the only animal that I don’t
like to eat. So, please don’t ever feed me sheep or lamb. I will… I just
won’t eat it. I don’t like it. The next one up, one of my personal favourites is
ee-aw, ee-aw. Ready? Ee-aw. Or we say hee-haw. I like ee-aw better. It is one of the most
funny animals in the world, a donkey. Ee-aw. Do you have a pet donkey? I don’t. I have
a dog, not a donkey. This is a donkey. Donkeys say ee-aw. Mm-hmm. Next up, [snorts] we have a pig. Delicious again.
Now, unfortunately, I lost my pig. I don’t have a pig anymore. I think somebody
ate my pig. They had bacon, or pork, or a nice roast. So I don’t have a pig, but I have
a picture of a pig if you’d like to see. His name’s Bob. This is my pig, Bob.
And pigs say oink, oink. They also do something called snort, so they go [snorts]. Try it. [Snorts]. You got to breathe in
through your noise. [Snorts]. Or if you can’t do the [snorts],
which is super cool, you can go oink, oink, oink, oink. So pigs… So oink or [snorts]. Now,
this noise, in English, we say snort. Sometimes when we laugh a lot, [snorts],
we snort when we laugh. That’s funny. A little embarrassing for some people. I think
it’s pretty funny. Do you snort when you laugh? Have you ever had milk? Mm-hmm. You drink the
milk and you laugh, and it comes out your nose? [Snorts]. Milk everywhere.
Fun times. This little guy, he’s a mouse. Squeak, squeak.
“Mice” in the plural, but “mouse” in the singular. He’s really, really, really, really small.
“I’m a mouse and I like to eat cheese.” So this is adorable little mouse.
Do you eat mice? Ronnie’s never eaten a mouse.
Have you eaten a mouse? Do you know what?
If you barbequed me a mouse, I would probably eat
it, and it would say: “Squeak, squeak, squeak, don’t eat me, Ronnie. Squeak,
squeak, squeak. I’m just a mouse. Give me some cheese.” I’m not going to eat him.
He’s too cute. So, a cow says moo, a duck says quack, a
dog says woof, a sheep says baaa or maaa, a donkey says ee-aw, a pig says oink or [snorts]
if you want, and a mouse says squeak, squeak. Are you ready for some more? Are you ready?
Yeah, okay. Let’s go. What’s next? Oh, this guy, this guy.
One of my favourites. Ribbit. Can you do that? Ribbit. It’s taken me years to perfect that.
This guy is called-ribbit-a frog. He does not live in a barn. He lives in a pond
or in water, and yeah, I’ve eaten him, too. Damn, I just eat all the animals. That’s all right.
Ribbit. So, the name of this guy is a frog, and the noise that he makes or she makes is ribbit,
ribbit, ribbit. Now, I bet you you can jump like a frog. I can jump like a frog. Ribbit,
ribbit. Can you jump like a frog? Try it. Get your Mom and Dad to do it, too. Come on,
Mom and Dad, jump. Are you a frog family now? Good. Uh-oh, uh-oh. Hide, everyone, hide. It’s a
snake. Do you like snakes? Snakes are quite silly, aren’t they? This is a purple snake,
and sometimes snakes are poisonous, so that means they will bite you and you will die.
Have you eaten snake? I haven’t. Have I…? Nope, I’ve never eaten snake. Maybe that’s
next for dinner for Ronnie is eat a snake. Snakes make a hiss noise, so this guy goes
ssss, ssss. When you are learning to speak English, it’s really, really, really important
that you be able to say “ssss”, and not “shh” or “cr-lah”, any other noises. So, ladies and
gentlemen, when you say this sound: ssss, your teeth, your mouth is a little bit open,
and your tongue is putting the air through so it’s a really nice ssss, “s” sound. This
will help you. One thing that’s difficult in English is the difference between the “ssss”
sound and the “shh” sound. Now, when you want to say this animal, the sheep, you got to
make a mouth like this and go: “Shheep”. It’s like you’re telling someone to be quiet,
so it’s sheep. You don’t want to say “seep”, you want to say “sheep”. When you make the snake
“s” it’s like ssss, so you say “ssssnake”. Good. Oh. Meow. Oh, uh-oh. What is it? Meow.
Do you know what that is? Meow, meow, meow, meow,
meow, meow, meow. Oh, it’s a cat. Meow. Do you
have a cat in your house? Does your cat have a name? Meow. I had a cat. I didn’t eat it. I
know you were thinking I ate it. It ran away. So, his name was Fluffy, and when
I was a child, I was five years old and the cat just ran away. I don’t know where he is,
but the noise that a cat makes says meow. So, a cat says meow. Meow. Now, maybe your
cat has babies or one baby. A baby cat is called a kitten, and a kitten, because it’s
not old enough to talk properly yet, says mew, mew. Okay, let’s try.
A cat says meow, and a kitten says mew. If cats and kittens and lions and tigers and bears are really
happy, they will do something called purr. I don’t know how to purr. [Purrs]. No, can’t.
Can you purr? [Purrs]. Oop, that’s better. [Purrs]. Oh, I’m purring. [Purrs and pants].
So when you touch a cat’s back or when you pet the cat, it goes [purrs].
It means: “Yeah, I like that! Woo-hoo!
Pet me more, ma.” Next up, oo, another cat, big cat, it’s called
a lion. It’s got big hair. Lions make the noise roar. They open their…
Can you roar like a lion? Do it. Mm, louder. Do it again. Roar. Be a crazy lion. Roar. So lions make
the noise and the sound of roar. Roar. But you just can’t say… You’re never going to see
a lion go roar. You got to roar like a lion. Oh, one of my favourites, the good old rooster.
Now, the rooster, you might look at this and go: “Ronnie, that’s
clearly a chicken,” and delicious, but a
rooster’s a boy chicken. And the cool thing about boy chickens is they have
mohawks right there. So they’re punk rock chickens. And roosters do not lay eggs, because
they’re boys. You see? So, a boy chicken has a mohawk and it does not lay an egg. The
noise it makes is one of my favourite. Maybe you have a rooster near your house. Maybe
you’re sleeping and in the morning, very early in the morning, you hear cock-a-doodle-doo. That was this guy. Roosters
say cock-a-doodle-doo. Your chance. Go. Ready?
Cock-a-doodle-doo. Cock-a-doodle-doo, cock-a-doodle-doo. So, roosters, boy chickens, cock-a-doodle-doo.
Girl chickens… Girl chickens talk too, they say bawk, bawk, bawk. Bawk, bawk,
bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk. I don’t know how to spell that, though. You can
practice. Girl chickens say bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk, and boy chickens say
cock-a-doodle-doo. Cock-a-doodle-doo. It depends
on how manly they are. One of my favourite
animals, never eaten it, it’s very, very difficult
for me to see these because I don’t really live in a tree and
hang out at nighttime. This is an owl. Maybe you have seen lots of movies with owls. Now,
owls are supposed to be really, really smart. I don’t know whether they’re that smart.
Hey, owl, are you smart? “Yes.” Oh, this guy’s really smart, he
told me. An owl makes a noise like hoot. So if we write it in English, it says hoot. But if you listen to it, it’s almost
like he’s asking a question, he’s saying: “Who? Who?” Who? You. “I am an owl,” I say. Who? So
it’s like the English question: Who? The last one, maaa, maaa, is a horse.
Maaa. Horses are delicious. No. I’ve eaten a horse, too. I’ve eaten horse in Japan. And
the cool thing about a horse is they make a sound like this [claps], that’s a horse running. There’s
a horse, there’s a horse. So the horses make the noise, we call it a neigh, but
when you do it with a sound it goes neigh, neigh. So, I want you right now think about this:
Which one is your favourite animal? Cow, duck, dog, sheep, pig,
frog, snake, cat, kitten. Today you have a very,
very important thing to do. You must act like this animal and only
speak like this animal for five minutes. I always pick cat because I think
that we could have conversations. Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow,
meow, meow (www.engvid.com), meow, meow, meow, meow, meow,
meow, meow, like a cat, meow. Meow, meow, meow,
meow, meow, meow. Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow. Meow.

How To Sound Smarter Than You Really Are!

How To Sound Smarter Than You Really Are!


Hey guys! So, I w-.. Wait why does it look so different in here… huh… Anyway! Uhm… Hey guys! So over the 10 to almost 11 years that I’ve been on YouTube I’ve gotten do a lot of things that I never thought I’d be able to do before. And I’m sure if you ask any other YouTubers that have been around for that amount of time They all agree with you when I say that people start treating you like you’re some kinda genius, professional social media expert. And I’m sure it’s true for a lot of those YouTubers who actually do consider themselves geniuses. But for me, even after 10 years of doing this, I still don’t think I know exactly what I’m doing. I’m borderline dumb when it comes to this stuff. I just make the videos that I like making and luckily people watch them. I don’t have some genius strategy or like expertise that I could share with everyone. Which is why I bring this up. I get asked all the time to attend these like huge business conferences and meetings Where people pretty much just ask for my expertise on social media and… They treat me like I’m one of the All-Knowing of social media. And to be honest, when I go to these things, I feel completely out of place. People that attend these things are like, millionaire, billionaire. Men and women that own multiple businesses. And they’re all taking notes and advice from this 26 years old college drop-out with stupid looking hair Talk about YouTube An-and all the *expertise* and *knowledge* that I have to share with them. I mean I don’t like to brag but I think that I pretty much killed it. Sean: So tell us, Ryan, how does one get started on Youtube? [all nod]
Ryan: Uhm, well… You see, you have to make an account, by clicking the sign up button. [all write down] Sean: Okay… Are there any complications or problems that one might run into when starting a channel? And if so, how do you solve them? I mean, sometimes your username can already be taken so you solve that, by adding like, a number to it or you could change letters like I mean, an “E” into like a “3” like backwards
[Will nods] Sean: Alright, one last question. How do you come up with your ideas? Ryan: Well… Ideas are just thoughts and everyone has thoughts. I mean I have thoughts right now. This meeting, could be a video idea, you know. Like I could make, literally this meeting a video, Sean: Oh, let’s hope you don’t do that, because this is a very confidential meeting. Ryan: I mean it’s already happening. Sean: What? Ryan: We’re in the video right now. Sean: You reaaally can’t do that. Ryan: It’s too late, this is gonna be a video. Sean: We can and we will sue you if you make a video about this event. Ryan: Okaaaay suuure~~ Oh yeah… That’s why I have no stuffff… Hah! I’m just playing.
[everything pops in because Ryan is magical] But in all seriousness, having to hang out with these uhh… maybe we’ll call them graduates. I started noticing some patterns between them. Not just the successful ones, but more so with the unsuccessful ones that are appearing to be successful. And today I’m going to be teaching you just that.. How to sound smarter than you really are! One of the easiest ways to appear smarter than you really are is to dress the way they dress. But, you see, if you dress poorly you’ll look stupid. For example, if you dress like a hobo or like a poor person you’ll never get any respect and people would never think you’re smart. I mean take a look of this guy you think people actually think this guy’s smart and successful? Noooo!! Or even if you are like, in a plain shirt like this guy You think anybody’s gonna think you’re smart dressed like that? NOOOO!! If you want people to take you seriously, if you want people to think that you’re smart, you have to dress smart. Dress for success! And only then, will people believe that you’re a genius Like this. Pretty self-explanatory! Normal people like you and I have a dictionary, they have the thesaurus. Smart people just like to use words that people don’t use as often. For example, if someone is giving you the choice to pick between two options. Rather than just saying which option you want, you say; Will: So which one would you like A or B? Ryan: No, I’ll take the latter Will: Uhmm, but which one would you like? Ryan: The latter Will: Ohh, the latter, okay so you want the second one. Ryan: No, the latters! Will: Oh you want the first one Ryan: Just the latters! Will: So you want both of them, or…? Ryan: *sigh* Oh my god, I’m just gonna get them myself THE LETTERS! Smart people always wanna know what you do. And they always make their jobs sound way more important than it really is. School janitor? More like certified educational hygienist Cashier? More like financial trades and delivery operator Stripper? *chuckle* More like prostitutional entertainer, that does not engage in sexual activity for money See! Any job can sound important. Even if you’re not employed right now, it’s 2017 everybody is working.. they think. Greg: What did you say you did again? Ryan: Oh, I am a- ah freelance independent entrepreneural leader in social media marketing and research relations Greg: Meaning, you’re unemployed, and you post and read comments on Facebook? Ryan: And Twitter… too… Greg: I see… Well, congratulations! You’re hired! Ryan: Wh-wha really? Greg: Yeah, you can start as early as this evening! Ryan: O-oh, this is a night job. Uh, what exactly was my job title again? Greg: Ah, well, a prostitutional entertainer that does not engage in sexual activity for money. Ryan: O-ohh.. Greg: Except minus the latter part then. Ryan: The latter part? What does that- Greg: You’ll probably have to engage. Doesn’t matter how smart you are if you hang out with people smarter than you, you’re going to be the dumb one. So, it’s simple. Just hang out with people less intelligent than you. If you think you’re the dumbest person out of everyone you know, then well, you still have options. Hey Marley… You want bread?
You want the bread? Go get it! (to himself) Idiot.. Wait, what? Dumbass. The real test to show that you’re really smart: Art. Truly intelligent people can see art in everything, no matter how it is to see for the rest of you dummies. *gasp* Ryan: Oh my god…
it’s so beautiful – it’s a masterpiece. How is this part of the art exhibit? S- don’t you see? This represents life… life itself… Look, y-you start from nothing a-an-and you slowly make your way to the top for only a moment… … before falling all the way back down to nothing. Derek: Excuse me. What are you doing? Derek: Wait, are you guys looking for the art exhibit? That’s across the street I’ve come to find that this last one is 100% accurate. All smart people MUST talk about politics, and if you’re anything like me, you probably know very little to nothing about politics So, if you ever happen to get caught in a discussion with a smart person talking about politics, just agree with them. That way, they’ll just keep talking and you won’t have to! Sean: What’s the deal with that? Will: Yeah, that’s pretty crazy, what do you think Ryan? Ryan: Uh, I’m sorry. what? Will: You know, about Trump, and the wall between us and Mexico. What do you think about it? Well, I mean, like… clearly, where it’s talked about all over on the news, and we’re all… three of us are talking about it. Three guys at a table during the day. So, obviously, yeah, like 100% agree. Yup. but yeah, Trump is doing a good, uh, a great job Sean: a great job? Ryan: at being horrible for the economy just awful Will: Well I mean, some people think he’s actually helped the economy since he’s become president Ryan: president, right? He’s been awfully great He-he-he’s a man that I just love Sean: Well come on, as a president he’s Ryan: sucks Sean: killing it right now! Ryan: cessful, successful man that I just love, love, love! Sean: e’s killing all of our international ties Ryan: to make fun of because he’s just so Will: BAD! Ryan: right! Will: ASS! he’s a badass man Ryan: That’s why I completely support Will: that no countries’ gonna work with him Ryan: the other guy that he was running against Sean: What? Ryan: I support the guy he was running against Will: Are you talking about Hillary Clinton? Ryan: Exactly, right? Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton’s mothe- sis- Bill’s faammm yknow But Obama though, right? Everybody loves him~ He’s got my vote locked in, if you know what I mean Will: But you do know that he’s not gonna be in the next Ryan: Not in the next election, exactly what I was just about to say Will: He can’t run again Ryan: He should not be running He’s getting old, he should be walking Sean: This is his final term, he can’t have a third term Ryan: Exactly why he needs to ace it I mean he, you know the final is always worth more than the mid term Will: Yeah, I can’t really tell if you’re joking or if you’re just stupid the latter Sean: We definitely gotta keep in touch We’ll see you later Ryan: See you guys Oh my god, did I really just pull that off? Sean: Oh my god, do you think he knew? Sean: What the hell does the latter mean? Sean: I don’t know But again, with all jokes aside, it doesn’t matter if you talk about politics a lot, or if you use big words like the latter. Everybody’s different. Who’s to say what’s considered smart and what isn’t? Yeah, maybe you did grow up being a straight A student your whole life and you got a perfect SAT score. And maybe you did graduate from Harvard and got a PhD And yes maybe you did start your own billion dollar company from scratch. But let me ask you this: do you know how to get your hair to this color and how to maintain it? do you know how to cook and prepare a 3 course meal?! do you know how to change a tire? or-or fix a leaking toilet? or write, film, and edit a video, that’s not too long and keep the viewers’ attention all the way to the end without anyone clicking away? Because if you do I would love to learn, please teach me

Rag Kore Thaka Jai Na | Mahtim Sakib | Bangla New Romantic Song 2019 | Official Lyrical Video

Rag Kore Thaka Jai Na | Mahtim Sakib | Bangla New Romantic Song 2019 | Official Lyrical Video


One of the chases broke the gap See that again This is something, I got into something I will not let you lose I’m losing you to you However, there is happiness at this rate Your smile can be seen The mirror of all pride, breaking it together You are someone who can never be angry with you Your smile can be seen The mirror of all pride, breaking it together You are someone who can never be angry with you Love goes on every day You come and go Always where to stay if you want It is very much sought after Love goes on every day You come and go Always where to stay if you want It is very much sought after I’m losing you to you However, there is happiness at this rate Your smile can be seen The mirror of all pride, breaking it together You are someone who can never be angry with you Your smile can be seen The mirror of all pride, breaking it together You are someone who can never be angry with you When the mind is in, it touches the trouble If I see you then Forgetting everything, picking up favorite tunes The mind goes well When the mind is in, it touches the trouble If I see you then Forgetting everything, picking up favorite tunes I’m losing you to you However, there is happiness at this rate Your smile can be seen The mirror of all pride, breaking it together You are someone who can never be angry with you Your smile can be seen The mirror of all pride, breaking it together You are someone who can never be angry with you Thanks for watching 😉

What is Sound? The Fundamental Science Behind Sound

What is Sound?  The Fundamental Science Behind Sound


What is Sound?
Understanding the fundamentals of sound and sound waves. Physics of sound by Branch Education. Why does everything around us generate sound? Also, there are a whole variety of sounds- running water, a cellphone, music, someone’s voice. The list of sounds you hear throughout a given day is endless. But, when you are shown what sound looks like, inevitably you are shown something like this… which sounds like this… and to me, that doesn’t make much sense because you never hear that sound in the real word. In this Branch Episode, lets try to better understand what is sound? Let’s start with a simple sound. *POP* That was popping an inflated polka dot balloon. This polka dot balloon is filled with high pressure air particles and when popped, all these particles rush out and hit the adjacent air particles. Those particles hit the next set of adjacent particles, and so on , thereby creating an expanding shell of air particles just bouncing into one another This is called a pressure wave or sound wave. This wave travels throughout the room and eventually the bouncing particles apply a force to your ear drum which causes parts of your internal ear to move. Then your brain processes this motion in your internal ear and tells your cognition that oh this motion in my ear sounds like a balloon popping. Let’s, rewind, go back to take deep dive into what this sound wave looks like. Even though popping the balloon makes a relatively simple sound when we take a cross section and zoom in on a molecular level we can see the complex pattern depicting how the air particles are bouncing into one another. This pattern is produced within a tenth of a second after the balloon is popped. You may ask- where does this pattern come from? Well, the high-pressure air particles rush out and generate a high-pressure wave, but when they do, they create a low-pressure void in the balloon’s center The air particles rush back into fill this void, there by generating a low-pressure wave When the particles rush back in to fill the void, they rush in too much thereby creating second-high pressure zone. This cycle repeats itself and each time it does it generates a high pressure & low-pressure wave which can be graphed. This graph shows the pressure waves or waveform produced by a popping balloon. The vertical axis is pressure, or the amount of force the particles bounce into one another. The horizonal axis is time. These high points in the waveform are called compressions and they are where the particles are compressed and bouncing around a lot and thus have a higher pressure. The low points in the waveform are called rarefactions, and they are where the air particles are more spread out and not bouncing around as much, and thus have a lower pressure. Both the graph and particle animation help to visualize sound, which as we know is invisible to our eyes. The measurements are taken at a single point in space, in this case the pressure was measured a by microphone In order for your speakers to duplicate this sound the diaphragm in your speakers just have to move in a similar fashion. The entire sound takes one tenth of a second for your speaker to duplicate. *POP* This visualization is just the first section of the overall pattern popping balloon. of cycling compressions and rarefactions produced from a popping balloon. In just this quick sound, there were about 50 of these cycles. If we slow down this sound to 4 seconds, *RUMBLE* you can hear some of the cycles between compression and rarefaction. Most sounds last much longer than this quick duration, so in visualizations of sounds, we usually see the squished version of this graph which looks like this. Let’s consider another sound, here is a running faucet. *SWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSHHHH* The moving water molecules apply a force to the nearby air particles thereby causing the air particles to bounce into one another thus creating a sound wave The sound wave propagates throughout the room and hits your eardrum, or a microphone, and the waveform of looks like this The difference between the balloon popping and the running faucet is the way the air particles are moved which can be seen in the shape of the waveform Another difference is that the sound of the running water is continuous whereas the popping balloon only lasted a tenth of a second *Beethoven’s 9th Symphony* Now, let’s consider a significantly more complex sound. This sound of Beethoven’s 9th is constructed from dozens of instruments. Each instrument when played applies a force to the air particles around it thus causing the air particles to bounce into one another thereby generating a soundwave So, when the waveforms of different instruments meet in the air they combine to make a new unique waveform or sound Wait wait wait- let’s actually rewind and clarify three quick things. First, this animation properly shows how a sound wave is a sequence of alternating compressions and rarefactioins, however it doesn’t show how sound propagates in all directions. It propagates kinda like this- as an expanding sphere. So- just keep that in mind. Also, second, with this animation, it looks like the particles are travelling, however in reality it is the force of the air particles that is travelling, and this propagation of force along with the alternating compressions and rarefactions is what constitutes a sound wave. Take a look at the video of how sound travels to better conceptualize this bouncing-like movement of the air particles. And finally third, this sound waveform is just a quick snapshot of what the entire soundwave looks like. It’s about four thousandths of a second in duration. To say it differently, there would be 440 of these waveforms hitting your ear in one second, or to say it technically, the frequency of this violin sound is 440 hertz, or musically it is the musical note A. Ok, now that we have those details clarified, let’s jump back to where we were. So, when the waveforms of different instruments meet in the air they combine to make a new unique waveform or sound With simple combinations of instruments our brain is able to analyze this combined waveform and pick out individual instrument However when many instruments are combined, only a trained ear would be able to determine all of the instruments used to create the music because the combined new waveform is so dissimilar to the individual instruments. Furthermore, for us to record and play back the sound of Beethoven’s 9th symphony we would just need to convert the pressure waveform in the concert hall into something like the movement of a needle This is the core concept behind vinyl records. A device measures the force or pressure levels from the air particles in the concert hall or recording studio and graphs them into the grooves on a vinyl record. You can see how the shape of the grooves closely resembles the waveforms we have been talking about. To play this record, a needle just needs to follow the recorded grooves, and convert this motion into the motion of a diaphragm, which applies a force to the air particles, thereby reproducing the original sound. Thanks for joining us to learn about sound! If you have any further questions, post them to the comments below Subscribe, like, and tell your friends or family about something you learned. This episode is about understanding what sound waves are. Branches from this episode are how do sound waves travel? Understanding pressure, how ears work, how a microphone and speaker work understanding air, frequency and amplitude, loudness and intensity, and understanding wind movement vs sound. Thanks for watching and until next time, consider the conceptual simplicity yet structural complexity in the world around us.

Can Sound Exist In a Vacuum Chamber?

Can Sound Exist In a Vacuum Chamber?


Hey guys, I’m Nate welcome back to our workshop. Today we’ve got a fun experiment where we’re going to see what happens if we put a microphone and a speaker In our vacuum chamber. As many of you probably know, sound waves are vibrations in the air around us and so, in theory: if we take away that air those sound waves should no longer propagate and we shouldn’t be able to hear anything. We want to try putting that to the test in a few different ways. As first test let’s try putting our speaker into the chamber but leaving all of the air in and see how much of the sound our microphone can pick up right outside the glass? Wow… that’s a huge difference right there! Well, I guess we know that glass and thick Plexiglas does a good job of dampening sound all on its own. All right, I think we’ve pretty well established What its gonna sound like with our speaker in air inside the vacuum chamber. So now we need to try pulling out the air. But I also want to make sure that we aren’t just blasting too much sound straight into the glass because that can also conduct the noise. So to add a little bit of padding let’s throw some cotton balls down into the bottom of our chamber and make sure that our speaker is facing the correct direction. This speaker actually blasts the sound out of the back So we’ll try putting it face down on Top of a pile of cotton balls to make sure that we’re really playing into a vacuum as much as possible That seems like a good amount of cotton balls it should keep our speaker off of the glass so the sound is just projecting into the air or the lack of air once we pull a vacuum Now let’s try pulling out a vacuum, hope that our Bluetooth speaker still works in a vacuum, and see if we can hear it. All right, air is being pulled out! I Admit, I hadn’t actually tried seeing what happens with cotton balls in a vacuum before just now I don’t think it’s gonna do anything, and it looks like I’m right They aren’t puffing up the way marshmallows do because they aren’t holding any air. There’s just air in between the fibers This is looking good. Almost up to a vacuum… We have very little air in there right now. At about 25 on this pump the most vacuum. It pulls is about 26 inches of mercury All right that is really close. We’re gonna try calling that good Let’s see how well we can hear our speaker or not with a vacuum! Here goes playing the same clip of music If I attack my ear to it, then I can hear a little tiny bit It’s extremely quiet I can’t hear anything if it’s on the glass It’s only on the Plexiglas side where the speaker is actually pointed right at it, so there may be a tiny… tiny bit of air still in there or maybe it’s conducting directly through the speaker into the cotton balls into the glass through the rubber to the plexiglass. I don’t know I’m not sure how it’s getting there, but like this Can barely hear the faintest music other than that… ‘ See, I’m gonna try it like pushing it touching this microphone to the plexiglass. I don’t know if it’ll pick anything up So quiet… All right, let’s let the air back in while it’s still playing and we’ll see what happens Letting it in slowly so we can kind of see at what point we can hear it I’m hearing a little bit of it now All right, that seems like a pretty good conclusive test to me that this does not play well through a vacuum. There was just the Tiniest bit of sound that was able to get through somehow, maybe, there’s just a little bit of air in there,; maybe was conducting through the other materials inside the chamber, but it was almost completely silent So now, let’s try switching: put the microphone inside the speaker outside and see if the microphone can pick anything up. All right, let’s pull all the air out, and then we’ll turn on the sound and see if the microphone can pick anything up. All right, let’s call that good. The microphone is still recording. We’ll see if it can pick up any of the sound here goes All right, now also as an experiment let’s try touching the speaker to the glass and the plexiglass and see if it picks anything up like that All right, let’s let the pressure back in and we’ll find out how it went. I’ll try letting some music play while it depressurizes to see at what point the microphone starts picking things back up. There we go. Microphone in the vacuum chamber with the speaker outside the vacuum chamber Now I want to try putting both of them in the vacuum chamber with the cotton balls and then pulling the air out and I think I might actually try letting the sound run as the air pulls out so we can see if it just slowly drops off as we run out of air. Let’s give a shot. Speak here in here make sure it’s not touching the walls microphone in there All right, there we go. We’ve got both of them in there. Let’s get the sound going and then start pulling out the air and see if we get that sound to just seem like we’re turning down the volume knob. Very quietly I can hear if I touch my ear to the Plexiglas like really press it on there Think I can even hear it a little bit with my ear on the glass itself this time Super quiet although. Alright, let’s let the air back in while it’s still playing see what kind of result we get. All right. There we go! Both the microphone and the speaker in the vacuum chamber at the same time, pulling the vacuum while it’s playing music. So hopefully we can hear the sound diminishing as it loses the ability to transfer the sound through the air. Now I’ve had a chance to go and listen to the sounds that the microphone recorded while the microphone and the speaker will both inside the vacuum chamber with no air I really thought that the sound is gonna be almost nothing that it would be almost completely silent But the microphone managed to pick up quite a bit of the music from the speaker so something in that chamber is still vibrating enough to get the sound from our speaker to our microphone. There you have it playing sound and music inside a vacuum chamber, we tried a whole bunch of different varieties with the speaker or the microphone inside the chamber, outside the chamber, both inside the chamber, and I think we got some really good results and luckily for us our microphone does still function in a vacuum! That was good to learn. This has been a really fun experiment I love learning and testing new things like this Thank you for joining us for this video today and remember to come gear yourself up with products and merch at the “kingofrandom.com” See you there! Hey guys, I’m Nate wel- man! A little worried about the LCD screen… So far it seems alright Sorry I’m super weird

Depeche Mode – Where’s the Revolution (Official Music Video)

Depeche Mode – Where’s the Revolution (Official Music Video)


(Instrumental) You’ve been kept down
You’ve been pushed ’round You’ve been lied to You’ve
been fed truths Who’s making your decisions? You or your religion Your
government, your countries You patriotic junkies
Where’s the revolution? Come on, people You’re
letting me down Where’s the revolution? Come on, people You’re
letting me down You’ve been pissed on For too
long Your rights abused Your views refused They
manipulate and threaten With terror as a weapon
Scare you till you’re stupefied wear you down
until you’re on their side Where’s the revolution? Come on, people You’re
letting me down Where’s the revolution? Come on, people You’re
letting me down The train is coming The train is
coming The train is coming The train is coming So get
on board Get on board Get on board Get on board
The engine’s humming The engine’s humming The
engine’s humming The engine’s humming So get on
board Get on board where’s the revolution? Come on, people You’re
letting me down Where’s the revolution? Come on, people
You’re letting me down