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Slide Car Crashes Into The Pit 3 - Brick Rigs Game: Brick Rigs Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/552100 Subscribe to join me on the road to 7000 subscribers! Click to subscribe! https://goo.gl/heZPYC ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Sound: ÉWN & Whogaux - Start That Fire [NCS Release] Track: https://youtu.be/ACFvhTR__OI ÉWN • https://soundcloud.com/ewnmusic • https://www.facebook.com/ewnmusic/ Whogaux • https://soundcloud.com/whogaux • https://www.instagram.com/whogaux/
5 мес назад
Top 10 Most Insane Waterslides Subscribe to never miss a video: https://goo.gl/bWZ49n Any issues please Contact : email@example.com Follow us on Twitter to be informed when we post: https://twitter.com/NexusVideosYT Check out these awesome channels in the video. https://www.youtube.com/user/AmusementForce https://www.youtube.com/user/ThemeParkHD Like our Facebook page for exclusive updates: https://www.facebook.com/ Check out our previous videos here: Top 15 SCARIEST Clown Videos Caught on Camera! (Creepy Killer Clown Sightings) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVb7QyKuee4 Top 10 SCARIEST Clown Sightings Caught on Video (Scary Clown Videos) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJa_qUMdaBc Top 5 Clown Encounters GONE WRONG! (Clown Attack Caught on Camera) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KB2JOPiPuhU Top 5 SCARY CLOWN SIGHTINGS GONE WRONG! (Real Clown Sightings Gone Wrong) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dosEs5ua_fc Top 10 SCARIEST Clown Videos Caught on Youtube! (Creepy Killer Clown Sightings On Camera #2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WtTtKzqnuo #10 Aqua Duck Waterslide #9 Summit Plummet Waterslide #8 Tantrum Alley Waterslide #7 Scorpions Tail Waterslide #6 Walhalla Wave Waterslide #5 Jumeirah Sceirah Waterslide #4 Leap of Faith Waterslide #3 Insano Waterslide #2 L2 Waterslide #1 Verruckt Waterslide Music By Chill Wave by Kevin Macleod
1 год назад
6 Crazy tricks to use in the kitchen! List of tricks in this video: 6) Easy egg shelling 5) Garlic shelling 4) Kiwi skin removal 3) Banana cutting trick 2) Paprika cutting 1) Simple potato peeling --------------------------------------------------- All Recipe Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/MakeSushi1/videos This YouTube Food channel is all about making sushi recipes and trying to teach great food recipes. What to support this channel? you can do the following: 1) Share this video on Facebook, Google + or Twitter 2) Show your support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/makesushi1 3) Add my channel to your featured channel box "makesushi1" 4) Embed this video on a blog *Thank you for your support* *SOCIAL MEDIA :* Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MakeSushi1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/makesushi1 Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MakesushiOrg/posts InstaGram: @MakeSushi1 or use the hashtag #makesushi1 Music Royalty Free Music: Music from audionetwork.com (paid for license) cameras used to film this: Canon 5D m3: http://amzn.to/1iiSP3o secondary camera Canon 6D : http://amzn.to/1EC8yop sometimes a GoPro Hero4: http://amzn.to/1WeCBqK Produced by http://www.makesushi.com Chef: Davy Devaux link to this video for sharing: https://youtu.be/af3dEbAd4Os last week's video: https://youtu.be/MocggIqifNs I use affiliate links to share products I like, find useful, and feel that readers will find helpful. These links can help me generate income to support the costs associated with making video tutorials.
2 год назад
From terrifying home-swallowing sinkholes to picturesque natural caverns, we count fifteen awe-inspiring planetary cavities Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDDGuides Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDDGuides Gaming Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheDDGuides For my gaming livestream where I typically play retro console games like NES, Gameboy, Atari, PSX, etc, visit http://www.twitch.tv/dangerdolan (and click FOLLOW to be notified for when I go live) Click here for the written version of this video: http://www.dangerdolan.tv/15-strangest-holes-on-earth/ Come work for PLANET DOLAN! You can find job listings here: http://www.dangerdolan.tv/planet-dolan-jobs-opportunities/ Legal notes ---------- Image credits & information sources for this video: http://pastebin.com/YG9cVvvd Planet Dolan PTY LTD and Danger Dolan™ have made reasonable inquiries within the timeframe available to identify the source of any images used and attribute the source accordingly. Background audio copyright Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
2 год назад
1 - Picking hand bending (0:19) Not ultra rare technique but something pretty cool for people who prefer fixed bridges but still want to do some whammy bar tricks. I think Zakk Wylde does something similar so you might want to check out his technique if you like this. 2 - Playing harmonics by resting a finger on top of a string (1:23) There's a pretty common trick where you play a repetitive legato pattern and slide your finger/palm/wiener along the string to get different harmonics. This is exactly that but instead of playing harmonics randomly the finger rests on a string and the fretting hand plays legato patterns to bring out specific harmonics. In the video I rest my finger on the 12th fret and play a legato pattern using the open string (12 frets below the resting finger), the 5th fret (7 frets below) and the 7th fret (5 frets below). I usually use the index finger of my picking hand for the harmonic and mute the other strings with other fingers. Sometimes when I change from one string to another I rest a different finger on each string and move them along the string so that the other one is always muted (2:15). This helps to keep it clean. Pretty cool for spicing up your tapping runs too (2:33). That's what I mainly use it for. 3 - Picking and tapping combined (2:35) This is for those of you who don't mind playing dirty (well at least I can't seem to be able to play it clean..) The dull corner of the pick frets the string on every stroke and everytime the pick is past the string the note fretted normally is ringing. So with one down-up motion you'll get four notes. I'm sure there are people who use this technique but there's not a whole lot of examples so if you know one, let me know. I'd very much like to hear how people use it. By the way, if you practise this and your wrist is angled like mine in the video and you clench the pick hard like me, be careful not to hurt yourself. Don't do it for too long. 4 - Dissonant wobbly sounds using slip harmonics (3:34) Not sure if this impresses normal people but for someone who has been playing a long time this can be almost like a guitar magic trick. Play a natural harmonic and instead of lifting your finger up, slip it behind the fret. This allows you to bend harmonics. Do this with a natural harmonic also ringing and you'll get some perfectly awful dissonant wobbly sounds. Do this with the right notes and the beat frequency ends up sounding like an extra note, that goes down while you are bending up (3:55) and vice versa. In the video I'm playing a natural harmonic on 4th string 5th fret and a slip harmonic on 1st string 7th fret. (BTW, you can do this with generated sine waves too if this phenomenon is something you are interested in). I'd really like to see someone master this type of playing. I think there might be some unique sounds hidden in there somewhere. I originally learned slip harmonics from this video (thanks fatback2!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXgwL68Bvf0 Go check it out, I use the technique for weird dissonant stuff but he actually makes it sound good. 5 - Playing with a drumstick (4:16) Of these five tricks, this is the one I use the most. Learned this idea originally from a Johnny "Guitar" Watson video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSBo1pmXvuw ). I mainly use it for screechy violin-like sounds in the background of songs. I even play melodies with it occasionally. Very horror movie-esque sound. Sometimes I lift the string up so that it doesn't hit the frets (4:36). I especially enjoy the screechiness of the sound but if that's something you don't like, try using a slide in a similar manner. People have asked about the sound so I'll just explain it here. The most important thing for that spooky sound is a massive reverb. Basically you should get close using an EQ and almost any decent VST reverb (and of course a good distortion sound from a guitar amp). ..and obviously you have to play spooky ;) So that's really all you need but to go in detail.. The one that sounds like a theremin or an opera singer at 4:36 and the police siren sound is just EQ and a convolution reverb "Cavern" IR of Samplicity’s Bricasti M7 Impulse Response Library ( http://www.samplicity.com/bricasti-m7-impulse-responses/ ). For the "air-horn sound" I used a pitch-shifter, EQ, some added digital distortion, delay and some typical VST reverb. The first one (4:16) had also a Waves Enigma plugin for modulation (the fast delay comes from that also). The wah-wah stuff is just a Dunlop Cry Baby wah-wah pedal and my basic sound with a little bit of delay and reverb. *UPDATE* FAQ about drum stick stuff here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lqP9NtSdv8 That's it! If you have trouble with any of these techniques, just ask. If you know some other rare guitar tricks, let me know.
1 мес назад
From The Nagasaki School Playground to The Playground For Grownups here are 20 Most Unusual Playgrounds! #7 - The Playground For Grownups No one under 16 is allowed into this park built especially for adults. Nicknamed the “Playground for Grownups,” the Pruessen Park in Berlin has low impact equipment that is specifically designed for the elderly and people over five feet tall. The park was created to encourage the elderly to go outside and become more active and in turn, live longer. It looks like Berlin has learned the secret to living forever. #6 - The Sand Witch Out of all of the creative and imaginative creatures you could have as sculptures at a children’s park, these people chose this one, a crazy looking witch popping out of the sand. If that wasn’t scary enough, the witch has already stolen a little girl and keeps her clutched in her hand as a reminder to the others. Not a very friendly picture for all the kids who want to come and enjoy the park. #5 - Clemyjontri Park in Mclean, Virginia Clemyjontri Park is another pioneer in the park business with its park accessible to children with all abilities. The two-acre park is divided into four sections each with a different theme. Rides such as the Liberty Bell allow kids in wheelchairs to use and enjoy the equipment just like everyone else. As to include everyone, signs in both braille and sign language can be found frequent throughout the park. The park also has interactive stations that promote critical thinking like colorful maps and fun interlocking mazes. #4 - The Nagasaki School Playground In order to encourage school kids to go outside and play more, architects Hibinosekkei designed this one-of-a-kind playground structure that utilizes the multi-story school building to create a playground on the roof deck that included climbing spots, nets, and even a fireman’s pole to slide from the top to the bottom. It is certainly a new way to enjoy recess. #3 - The Poop Park It isn’t really called the poop park, but it might as well be since the theme is close enough. The people of Japan are educating their children about the systems within the body with this inflatable butt and giant piles of climbable poop, don’t worry, the piles of poop are actually plastic. But still, the entire idea stinks. #2 - A Strange Statue We’re not quite sure what the artist was thinking when they created this monstrosity. It looks like a bad replication of leap frog, except no one, is leaping. #1 - Water-Based Playground Designed by Robert Cirjak If you have enough money, then you could be the new owner of one of these colossal water-based playgrounds. Wibit Sports GmbH is the German water-sports company that creates the floating playgrounds that have been dreamed up by the genius Robert Crijak. The one pictured is located near Zlatni Rat in Bol, Croatia. The unit features slides, swings, and multiple climbing structures. The company has designed 59 other water-based playgrounds just like this one in other areas of Croatia.
5 мес назад
Сегодня мы рассмотрим 3 идеи необычных самоделок. Например первая идея про то как начертить овал, пожалуй труднее начертить чем круг. Вторая идея про то как сделать что то на подобии 3D копирки при помощи которой можно будет с поверхности переводить размеры на бумагу. Ну и последняя идея мне больше всего понравилась, эта скрепка светодиод выглядит очень красиво, у меня служил в роли закладки, но можно также использовать в роли замены коннектора для батарейки 2032. ************************************************************ Приветствую Вас на моём канале Roman Ursu, где Вы научитесь делать самоделки, новогодние поделки, подарки, игрушки, пугалки к Хэллоуину, а главное что все это можно сделать в домашних условиях и своими руками! Вы увлекаетесь рукоделием, самоделками или Вам просто нечем заняться? Тогда вы попали на нужный вам канал здесь ты сможешь найти много самоделок, поделок который сделаны своими руками, а главное что все они сделаны из подручных средств и при минимальных затратах! ************************************************************ основной канал: http://www.youtube.com/user/romanursu мой второй канал : https://www.youtube.com/user/romanursuvlogs группа вконтакте: http://vk.com/club59870517 группа в одноклассниках: http://www.odnoklassniki.ru/romanursu Внимание ! будьте осторожны и не повторяйте этого дома, автор не несет ответственности за ваши действия, это видео развлекательного характера, а не обучение или призыв к действию! ВНИМАНИЕ!!! - мой канал для порядочных: за мат, сокращенный или видоизмененный мат, за оскорбления и "тролинг" - БУДУ БАНИТЬ!!! ************************************************************ Today we’ll consider three unusual DIY project ideas. For instance the first idea is about how to draw an oval which is harder to draw than a circle. The second idea is about how to trace shapes of different objects in 3 dimension and make copies of the shapes having trasferred them onto a sheet of paper. Personally I liked the third idea the most and it is about how to make a paperclip light-emitting diode. It looks pretty and I used it as a bookmark but you can also use it instead of a 2032 battery connector. ************************************************************ Welcome to my channel Roman Ursu where you can learn how to make hand made crafts, New Year crafts, presents, toys, Halloween scares. The main thing is that you can make it at home and with one's own hands. Are you interested in handiwork, crafts or you just have nothing to do, don't you? If yes, you are on the right channel. Here you can find lots of crafts, hand made items. The main thing is that they are made of materials at hand and they they are low cost. ************************************************************ The main channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/romanursu My second channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/romanurs... Vkontakte community: http://vk.com/club59870517 Odnoklassniki.ru community: http://www.odnoklassniki.ru/romanursu Attention! Be careful and don’t try this at home. The isn’t responsible for your actions and the video is for entertaining purpose, but not for teaching purposes and is not call for an action! ATTENTION!!! - my channel is for decent people only. I will BAN users for swear words, both in shortened and disguised, insults and trolling!!!