Over the course of my Reef Vlogs I've come to see two benefits to showing my failures. In reefing people can learn a lot from watching someone else's mistakes, simply because they won't repeat them. The other benefit is indicating to the viewers, "Hey look we all fuck up, it's fine." Because we all fuck up, and it is fine. You shouldn't feel bad about mistakes, and I shouldn't pretend that I don't make them.
As a YouTuber you are strongly disincentivized to ever hint at failure. You get so much shit for the smallest mistake. One guy strongly insisted that I should delete my iM1 video and redo it entirely because I misspoke and said "Yamaha" instead of "Korg" in the intro. I pinned that comment in effigy so you can read it and my reply. At the time I was fairly disheartened by his callousness. Now I view his comment as self-defeating. I don't think it benefits anyone by me pretending I'm somehow flawless.
All of this is a long-winded wind up to say, "Oops." I took an ambitious road as I tackled Model 15, and I failed.
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