Will insta watch future videos, long and short. I was already subbed + the bell, but this last one was just full of little bits of inspiration. I like longform videos because sometimes techniques we do often (because they work so well for us) aren’t always the things folks set out to show, nor explain why.
Also, I like (with fast forwarded past redundant parts like you did) real-time videos by people comfortable with their gear, because…it’s just mainlined tips, tricks, + tried and true techniques! I especially appreciate how they keep moving forward, just like your ‘everything must always Be moving’ rule! I can always rewind 30 seconds if I missed something, but it’s always rewarding and useful to watch how talented and knowledgeable people get down and work.
Personally, I’d watch hours of DN sound design videos if they existed, @Eaves has a few great ones, but I’m always hoping more will appear on YouTube. I feel like 10 years from now, I’ll still be learning more ways to bend the DN to my will; there’s just so many approaches and countless combinations possible.
For such a versatile instrument, along with the mystique of FM and countless possible LFO uses (not to mention how with loop back or a DT or OT, it’s easy to keep adding more and more LFOs if you’re get bored!), there’s not nearly enough Digitone sound design videos for my tastes.
Sure, the basics have have covered 100 times over, but that’s mostly just the same info from reading the manual and exploring the controls…the really special bits are in these kind of real world walk-throughs. I love them…so, thanks again!