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Franktree
What are some of your favorite Youtube channels that you subscribe to concerning the modular world?

So far, I've added:

DivKidVideo
mylarmelodies
BoBeats
sonic state
loopop
Benn and Gear

What am I missing?
Jerome
Lightbath
magneteyez
MakeNoise and Intellijel
Rex Coil 7
Franktree wrote:
What are some of your favorite Youtube channels that you subscribe to concerning the modular world?

So far, I've added:

DivKidVideo
mylarmelodies
BoBeats
sonic state
loopop
Benn and Gear

What am I missing?
All of the other ones.

cool
JohnLRice
Franktree wrote:
What are some of your favorite Youtube channels that you subscribe to concerning the modular world?
What sort of modular content are you interested in? cool Meaning some channels mainly do new module demos which might be manufacturer channels or end user channels that are sponsored by manufacturers, some do random module demos of anything from the dawn of modular time to the present, some do patching technique demos, some are modular DIY channels, some just do studio/live modular performance videos, some do music videos that use modular synths, some have mostly talking while others have none, and some channels have combinations of all of that and everything in-between etc, etc Mr. Green
Rex Coil 7
JohnLRice wrote:
Franktree wrote:
What are some of your favorite Youtube channels that you subscribe to concerning the modular world?
What sort of modular content are you interested in? cool Meaning some channels mainly do new module demos which might be manufacturer channels or end user channels that are sponsored by manufacturers, some do random module demos of anything from the dawn of modular time to the present, some do patching technique demos, some are modular DIY channels, some just do studio/live modular performance videos, some do music videos that use modular synths, some have mostly talking while others have none, and some channels have combinations of all of that and everything in-between etc, etc Mr. Green
My juvenile responses aside ... it appears the OP prefers product demos ... or at least those are what was listed in the opening post.

So you're on the right track with your line of questioning, John.


Per usual! thumbs up
JohnLRice
Rex Coil 7 wrote:
So you're on the right track with your line of questioning, John. Per usual! thumbs up
Thanks Rex! Hug

And Franktree, I just noticed you are relatively new to the forum so welcome! w00t Also I like the pup in your avatar picture. thumbs up
Franktree
JohnLRice wrote:
Rex Coil 7 wrote:
So you're on the right track with your line of questioning, John. Per usual! thumbs up
Thanks Rex! Hug

And Franktree, I just noticed you are relatively new to the forum so welcome! w00t Also I like the pup in your avatar picture. thumbs up


Thanks!

And yes, I’m certainly interested in product demos, but also videos about patching technique—something that can provide me a better handle on how use the various modules the demos will likely convince me to buy (hyper) in combination with one another.
pirx
A few of my favorite channels:

mlwebworks (Doug Lynner)
vgermuse (Todd Barton)
buchla300 (David Morley)
justwaving (Clockgate)
krmelectronics (Synthesizer Keith)
JohnLRice
davidryle
Ebotronix
ikjoyce
jdanielcramer
Phisynth
Ryk Miller
Rex Coil 7
JohnLRice wrote:
Rex Coil 7 wrote:
So you're on the right track with your line of questioning, John. Per usual! thumbs up
Thanks Rex! Hug

And Franktree, I just noticed you are relatively new to the forum so welcome! w00t
Hear Hear! Welcome Home, Member *Franktree.

JohnLRice wrote:
Also I like the pup in your avatar picture. thumbs up
thumbs up Looks like my dog "Elsa" when I was in elementary school ... way back before fire was discovered, y'know, in the 1960s.

lol

pirx wrote:
A few of my favorite channels:

mlwebworks (Doug Lynner)
vgermuse (Todd Barton)
buchla300 (David Morley)
justwaving (Clockgate)
krmelectronics (Synthesizer Keith)
JohnLRice
davidryle
Ebotronix
ikjoyce
jdanielcramer
Phisynth
Ryk Miller
This is a tasteful list of people that post a great mix of product demos/modification demos and performance videos.

Well done! thumbs up
JohnLRice
Thanks for the shout out, pirx! Hug

For the OP here's a few more that you might like which are predominantly product demos and patching, sorry if there are ones already mentioned:
https://www.youtube.com/user/synthesizersdotcom/
https://www.youtube.com/user/billyocean2185/
https://www.youtube.com/user/flx04/
https://www.youtube.com/user/raulsworldofsynths/
https://www.youtube.com/user/modularwild/
https://www.youtube.com/user/jamescigler/videos
sloth713
Raul's World of Synths is essential modular viewing IMHO. It hasn't been update in years but still very relevant, covering everything from the basics to advance modular topics. Raul primarily focuses on Doepfer which is a bonus to anyone trying to learn modular ideas because their module tend to be obvious building block or weird ass modules that have clear layouts.
Wakeman
Molten music technology is one of my favs
Muff McMuff
All of the above and

Synth DIY Guy,
Molten Music Technology,
Matthew Hodson.
Franktree
Wicked. So much to check out. Appreciate the suggestions, all!
sduck
I was going to post a list, but it looks like pirx already posted most of what I was going to. Here's a bunch anyway. Probably some dupes from above.

Andrew Huong - https://www.youtube.com/user/songstowearpantsto
batchas - https://www.youtube.com/user/batchas
Look mum no computer - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCafxR2HWJRmMfSdyZXvZMTw
alternating.bit - https://www.youtube.com/user/alternatingbitmusic
Ann Annie - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf_l8F01d2RtvoVf0R1-lHg
James Cigler (felix here) - https://www.youtube.com/user/jamescigler
Hexinverter - https://www.youtube.com/user/hexinverterDOTnet
Outsider - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3lSBgmnHbG9XAQ0tD4XBXw
Suit & Tie Guy - https://www.youtube.com/feed/subscriptions/UCpS9FjWZ6QBaOiXNhwuQ5mw
Catsynth - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzX1cWtiP7s80kU-yIOxwQQ
Cray - https://www.youtube.com/user/cray56
Makenoise - https://www.youtube.com/user/MAKEN0ISE
The Tuesday Night Machines - https://www.youtube.com/user/flx04
7thDanSound - https://www.youtube.com/user/7thDanSound
aurthurpainter - https://www.youtube.com/user/arthurpainter
Brian Whittington - https://www.youtube.com/user/blwvideo
Brian Noll - https://www.youtube.com/user/fourhexagons
Cleaning lady - https://www.youtube.com/user/cleaningladyfilms
David Morley - https://www.youtube.com/user/buchla300
Djangos Fire - https://www.youtube.com/user/djangosfire
Donald Jason Crunk - https://www.youtube.com/user/donaldjasoncrunk
Emily Sprague - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx6KAGjiD7QOQD_ZqLdEUeQ
fonitronik - https://www.youtube.com/user/fonitronik
j daniel Cramer - https://www.youtube.com/user/jdanielcramer
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw_RIp5AxG7ECVeXHboZfVw
Martin Peters - https://www.youtube.com/user/attorks
Patrick O'Brien - https://www.youtube.com/user/obrienmedia
Phisynth - https://www.youtube.com/user/Phisynth
pirx - https://www.youtube.com/user/pirxmodular
Richard Galbraith - https://www.youtube.com/user/spinach0pizza
Rico Loverde - https://www.youtube.com/user/deadlover73
Robotmakers - https://www.youtube.com/user/robotmakers
Quincas - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTca38SJErVLsfYkrg2R9w
Todd Barton - https://www.youtube.com/user/vgermuse

...and someday I'll resurrect my youtube channel. You've been forewarned.
Rex Coil 7
(re that ^ big ass list)

Damn it .... I really need to do something about putting together a "REX COIL 7" Tou Yube channel ... I mean, it's about time, y'know?

pbear :(
JakoGreyshire
Franktree wrote:
What are some of your favorite Youtube channels that you subscribe to concerning the modular world?


Learning Modular
Dinko Klobucar
Colin Benders
The Tuesday Night Machines
Comparative Irrelevance


Quite a few out there...
I remember BoBeats telling DivKid that he might not get into modular very much... Does he do modular nowadays? Is it any good?

EDIT: Oh yeah, Frank Murder.... He's got some good videos, but I don't think there are any new videos...

There are a lot of content creators that I wish would make more videos but I don't think they will be making anymore..
cptnal
Thanks, sduck. Loads there that missed my radar. And nice to see James Cigler back in action. He taught me all I know about René. (Well, him and Walker Farrell.)
starthief
Knobs mostly covers guitar pedals (but cool ones), but there are occasional synths and a recent series for beginners/the curious on "Why to Eurorack."

Also the whole channel is super chill, like the Bob Ross of FX.
pirx
Thanks, sduck! smile

I forgot to mention sduck's channel that includes some of the coolest modular videos on YouTube (and who sadly doesn't publish that frequently anymore):

ttps://www.youtube.com/user/sduck409
DaveJH
I've been digging this guy lately

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpOohDmiKy2Ul_3R_KEqwKA

and Patrick O'Brien is pretty awesome too
davidh
may I add my humble channel to the best list ? hihi https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSheAnAPdEiHqLGXPG07BnQ
needto
Schneidersladen created a youtube channel not so long ago, recordings of workshops and performances by various artists and module makers, a lot of interesting stuff https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOx-1BqVMi4HhnXbmVQ6Gbg/featured
cptnal
A side note for the benefit of any Eurorack noobs who might be looking at some of these and thinking, "oh, Serge... Buchla… that's not my format." It's worth paying attention - those guys really know how to patch. You can still learn a thing or three if you follow the basic principles.
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