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Your favorite Eurorack players / content creators on Youtube
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joesdeals
I have found lots of great videos of eurorack artists who barely get any views so I will give a shout out to them.

If you have any please also list them. I am pretty sure they are on the forums here as well.


Paul J. Burns

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYqSn_lYD2w

Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNG23exE5UGkvg0MJeMyLcQ/videos

Really interesting melodic tracks he composes, most are self generating.

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Chanse Macabre

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mHK_ugUjl0

Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeKxvsRPffCp0IKzqmBjH2Q/videos

Posts videos very frequently - focuses on ambience, there is some amazing dark drones and sometimes some light magically tracks that make you smile.

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Comparative Irrelevance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sE4xqRKgxWc

Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQBQ6F7VD78Ic_FkTexeE8g

I really enjoy his "Just three" modules series where he challenges himself only using 3 modules to create some unique sounds.

He really is a great teacher on explaining how these setups work and is very friendly.

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This is just a start of my list.
ayruos
Quote:
I have found lots of great videos of eurorack artists who barely get any views so I will give a shout out to them.


Sounds like my new channel... well, I don't know if any of mine are great though screaming goo yo

But I'll take this opportunity and do a little shameless self promotion anyway nanners

http://bit.ly/obliqueYT
joesdeals
ayruos wrote:
Quote:
I have found lots of great videos of eurorack artists who barely get any views so I will give a shout out to them.


Sounds like my new channel... well, I don't know if any of mine are great though screaming goo yo

But I'll take this opportunity and do a little shameless self promotion anyway nanners

http://bit.ly/obliqueYT


Subbed and liked.
cptnal
With the greatest respect to wigglers who, unlike me, can be bothered to make the effort to create these things, there's generally not a great deal I find there that interests me. In other words I don't see much point in looking at a rack while a patch is playing - I can do that myself.

That said, there are some I enjoy - usually when they explain what they're doing. Comparative Irrelevance is one. Another is Mike Thomas, who'll flash captions on the screen, and sometimes does a separate video with a patch breakdown:

https://www.youtube.com/user/mathomas1962/videos

The channels I prefer (and they seem to be few) are not "here's my patch" or "here's a review of X module", but those that explore ideas. Dinko Klobucar is great, but he only has a few videos up:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsKL85-7423xH582rfIvxeQ

Mylar of course goes without saying. we're not worthy
pinkflag16
I like Dreams of Wires and Emily Sprague. There’s so much I haven’t seen/heard though.
ayruos
cptnal wrote:
With the greatest respect to wigglers who, unlike me, can be bothered to make the effort to create these things, there's generally not a great deal I find there that interests me. In other words I don't see much point in looking at a rack while a patch is playing - I can do that myself.


I understand the sentiment perfectly! For me personally, I've always felt more productive doing things in the public realm (multiple daily challenges, not music related, but it's the same sentiment) - and the Youtube channel is essentially that until I get more confident in my skills and release music as music on Soundcloud/Bandcamp/whatever. And having a background in visuals and video work, YouTube made the most sense to me.

Personally, the Youtube channels I subscribe to - Divkid, Mylar Melodies, Molten Music Technology. I do once in a while end up listening to and looking at stuff by ann annie, lightbath, emily sprague, but occasionally. I like when people are talking about their practises and/or showing off what a module is capable of, echoing cptnal's sentiments and I'm doing exactly the opposite with my own channel, lol.
degeneratedsines
@cptnal: Dinko Klobucar videos are brilliant. The way he uses utilities for sequencing/composing is really inspiring. I agree I would like to see him making some more.
rennerom
Synth DIY Guy has lots of great reviews and demos of diy kits for Eurorack.

Not 100% Euro specific, but Carl Mikael’s Cabinet of Curiosities and Look Mum No Computer usually put out compelling content.
rennerom
Oh, and Omri Cohen has good stuff for VCV Rack. Demos, patch ideas, etc...
rennerom
Duplicate post. Please delete.
noisewreck
From simply listening perspective I really like Exsiderurgica:
https://www.youtube.com/user/exsiderurgica

Colin Benders:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx74vAHCehhLOeQNwbJcGyQ

Sröme:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCztWeMX4IiBvBqRIbQAjG3A

From learning and finding out about stuff, DivKid and Mylar Melodies are tops.
Nagasaki45
The Tuesday Night Machines is quite good. He vlog jams, reviews (sometimes of multiple related modules at once), and some patching tricks and patch breakdowns.

Another one is Patching with Nikol by bastl. Usually about patching techniques.

Lastly, make noise upload lots of interesting patching ideas and techniques.
insoul8
degeneratedsines wrote:
@cptnal: Dinko Klobucar videos are brilliant. The way he uses utilities for sequencing/composing is really inspiring. I agree I would like to see him making some more.


He's definitely one of my favorites.
hyena
the only two i find really interesting:
mudlogger
rob hordijk
jamos
Patrick O'Brien's stuff is nothing short of amazing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsOXquEddSw
JayEm
andrew huang
divkid
emily sprague
patcheni s nicol (bastl)
the tuesday night machines
recently mylar melodies


y'know, a good chunk of my subscriptions are music tech focused, and only rounded out by techmoan and lgr.
it should be noted that most don't focus solely on eurorack or modular, but when they do touch on it, it really helps to explain how all of these wonderful noise makers can fit in a song.

oh also check out look mum no computer, raul's world of synthesis, modular wild and make noises channel.
Multi Grooves
Raul from Raul's world of Synths.
Reter187
Nagasaki45 wrote:
The Tuesday Night Machines is quite good. He vlog jams, reviews (sometimes of multiple related modules at once), and some patching tricks and patch breakdowns.

Another one is Patching with Nikol by bastl. Usually about patching techniques.

Lastly, make noise upload lots of interesting patching ideas and techniques.


These two made me pull the trigger on getting in on the Eurorack game.

Also really like Ann Annie and Comparative Irrelevance.
Artaos
State Azure: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClKIjbgtWGzHtXhBDS_I0pg

severence: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5b2Wpcs8FcCayRwV-ei1tg
ggillon
noisewreck wrote:
From simply listening perspective I really like
Colin Benders:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx74vAHCehhLOeQNwbJcGyQ


Man what would I give to attend a Colin Benders party. He's making some really high quality techno


shredsickgnar
Todd Barton has a great channel exploring, explaining and pioneering synth technics. Here's a performance on the Shuttle System but he does a lot on the buchla, hordijk, and other euro.


My other favourite that might not get mentioned as much is Datachrome. He does a lot of Euro stuff but this is his video of the Lyra-8 which might be my favourite synth video on youtube.


I'm also a fan of the normal guys and gals. Hainbach, rBeny, Lightbath, Mylar, DivKid, Walker Farrell, Emily Sprauge, Andrew Huang, etc. All of these people are incredibly inspiring, and influence the way I make music on my synth.
Silentnotes
Joseph Branciforte
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCRLfR5Cwt6i3PaLawqJdsQ

Maysun (Etienne Mason)
https://www.youtube.com/user/etiennemason

Hiroshi Ebina
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOej8OLwM8nYYeHuA5xnDtw

Hainbach
https://www.youtube.com/user/Hainbach101

Brandon Logic
https://www.youtube.com/user/djbvirus
cptnal
shredsickgnar wrote:
...Hainbach...


Forgot to mention Hainbach since he rarely covers Euro, but he always gives me something to think about.
starthief
cptnal wrote:
With the greatest respect to wigglers who, unlike me, can be bothered to make the effort to create these things, there's generally not a great deal I find there that interests me. In other words I don't see much point in looking at a rack while a patch is playing - I can do that myself.


Generally, yeah.

I prefer listening to albums, and do it while I'm at work, driving (if it's something that won't get lost in road/engine noises) or with my eyes closed.

For videos, I like those that describe techniques or process, and those that explain unique gear that isn't obvious from the surface (because many of those lead to "I could patch that with X and Y!" moments, or other inspiration, or questioning my own choice of equipment). Knobs' entire channel is lovely even when reviewing stuff I'm not interested in myself, Hainbach and Mylar Melodies are good with process and technique videos, and James Cigler and DivKid are great at explaining odd modules. I also often enjoy the Make Noise official videos, though I don't have much of their gear at this point.
peripatitis
As far as "musical videos" go, i like severance and that's pretty much it smile

Ok I am sure there are others, it is not like I am scanning youtube daily to find modular videos and i an not aware of everything posted here either but I've noticed very few feature any virtuosity with the modular, or at least what i'd expect in 2018, meaning elegant cv happenings and/or great sound design.

Instead there is a lot of musical output which could have happened with any other "fixed" instrument, generally sticking with specific stylistic genres, most of them belonging to the past imo ( I mean the days when we would go to rave parties, listen to tekno and thinking there was something revolutionary about it have passed at least 20- 25 years now, it almost feels like listening to rock n' roll)

As for content creation i think there are more than enough well made videos exploring the modules, a minority of them look like the business transaction they are (not complainng i get it but it is not the best of "vibes") but overall there is a complete range there from the promotional to the educational.
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