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Einfach großartig, was der Mann da für eine geile Musikmaschine gebaut hat.
EOL Robot Band covers The Beautiful People by Marilyn Manson
Intially I was working on my own version of Mad World and I did complete it however the Robot Cello didn’t work out because the sound of the solenoids and stepper motor was drowning out the song. The Cello also did a lousy job of playing long notes. The printer head would exceed the left or right limit and change direction causing an interuption to the note being played (maybe a wide carriage printer will work better for long notes?). Slowing down the stepper motor did not work because it didn’t generate enough movement to create a sound with the bow. So I scrapped the project altogether. One night I was working on the Cello and the stepper motor started to jitter almost ripping the Cello sting and Bow apart. As I was jumping over to the power switch I noticed that the jittery sound reminded me of a song. That song turned out to be The Beautiful People by Marilyn Manson. I programmed a small part for the Cello and it sounded great. Who would have ever though to use a Cello for that song? 2 months later…. my video was complete. So Enjoy. I may follow up with a another video showing what circuits, parts and tools that were used to make these robots.
Muting the guitar strings was a bitch but if you look at the solenoids on Fret 4 and 8 you will see that I covered the pads with foam and velvet. It is soft enough to stop the strings from vibrating.
Some people have been asking about a keyboard sound, Yes there is one but it had such a small part in the song I did not video tape it. However you can see it in action in my other video “The Bit-52′s Rock Lobster”
Thx to rocket.inc
Boah, ich weiß gar nicht was ich vor der Erfindung von Youtube gemacht habe. Egal, ich habe nämlich eine großartige Version von meinem Master Of Dreamweaving-Freund “Claude Debussy” gefunden.
Clair de Lune from Suite Bergamasque composed by Debussy
Was ist dies für ein schweinegeiles Wetter, ich sitze auf dem Balkon, die Sonne scheint mir ins Gesicht, welche mir wolige Wärme spendet und die Vöglein spielen ihr Konzert. Ich hoffe dochmal das war es mit dem Winter.