YouTuber DoodleChaos flawlessly syncs a marble run with Tchaikovsky’s ‘Waltz the Flowers’.
DoodleChaos is a YouTuber who focuses on syncing up music with intricate drawings and marble paths. Having previously synced the Line Rider game with Edvard Grieg’s “In the Hall the Mountain King,” DoodleChaos now syncs up Tchaikovsky’s “Waltz the Flowers” with a marble run by hand.
“After listening to parts this song hundreds times to match things up, I went a bit crazy,” states the YouTuber in the video’s description.
The video, which can only be described as amazing, is filled with marbles going through an outstanding course. The marble journey includes swinging on magnetics and metal chains, just to name a few intricacies. The rest is wood blocks, fidget spinners, dominos, and magnets, all dancing together in astounding precision.
In fact, it’s hard to imagine the sheer amount time this took to create. But hey: this isn’t DoodleChaos’ first attempt.
Watch DoodleChaos’ video the Line Rider game synced with Edvard Grieg’s ‘In the Hall the Mountain King’
All in all, it’s a completely different take on ‘synchronization’ licensing.
For the uninitiated, ‘synchronization’ licensing — or ‘synch’ for short — refers to the matching action to music. Think a Nike ad with motivational music in the background, and you’ve got the concept. That’s actually a growing licensing area, with direct deals typically negotiated by brands, producers, and other licensors.
That direct dealmaking notwithstanding, a lot those ‘handshakes’ are now happening online using synch platforms.
Of course, DoodleChaos takes the idea ‘synch’ to the little extreme, if for no other reason than it just makes great, eye-popping artwork.