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Visual Synth iOS - Bruce Lee

While writing these articles I frequently struggle with the question: "Is this funny, or is this just funny to me because I'm on anti-anxiety medication?" Reader Andrew Mawson presented me with a similar question. "Is this funny, or is this just funny to me because I took so much acid in the 90's?"

Fortunately my husband is home right now so I made him watch this to help resolve that! I can now definitely assure you this is only funny if you have a lot of experience with hallucinogens. It is super funny if you have though, and even more so if you think it looks like Bruce Lee is fighting John Denver in this clip.

Video Description:

Using the visual synth app on iPad, you can trigger video clips with midi notes, good fun :)
I used the audio and midi sequence from Behringer MS-1 synth, drums came from Axon 2, all hosted in AUM.

Reader Comments 4

Maybe acid was different in the 90s? (pretty sure *not* the case)...maybe funnier if you haven’t watched this movie a lot?

Personally, I was over Mr. Joe Corley Karate there after watching Return of the Dragon - and this scene in particular - the first time.

Interesting way to make a video clip, for sure, thanks for sharing, Tim.

Hope y’all are well and happy!
Thanks for the share Tim, I find it funny too. I did a Pulp fiction one too, check it out. Stay safe and take care.
May 11, 2020  | person_outline Andrew mawson
Sometimes when I'm hacking together an app idea, I wonder if anyone else on the planet will have any f'ing idea what I'm trying to do. Very happy that people seem to "get it," and are having fun playing around.

Already have a bunch of ideas on where to take the app next, so an update will be dropping in the not too distant future.
On May 11, 2020 - @SecretBaseDesign said:
Sometimes when I'm hacking together an app idea, I wonder if anyone else on the planet will have any f'ing idea what I'm trying to do. Very happy that people seem to "get it," and are having fun playing around.

Already have a bunch of ideas on where to take the app next, so an update will be dropping in the not too distant future.
That back-and-forth between devs and users is so important!
So… did anyone mention AUv3? ;-)
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