In a video, Huang showed how he used the lines in the converted photo to guide the position of the notes on a musical grid. After some meticulous tweaking in the drawing and the arrangement of the notes, he was able to come up with a 22-second composition that sounds impressively cool and clean.
Watch the entire tutorial on how he did it here:
The Asian-Canadian music producer is not new in crafting cool compositions. On his YouTube channel, Andrew Huang has gained a massive following for his Song Challenge video series, where he invites viewers to dare him in feats of musicianship.
Last year, he even made a beat out of Donald Trump’s debate sniff:
His channel, which currently has over 600,000 followers, is also behind multiple viral videos in the past, such as Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing on Rainbows, 99 Red Balloons – played with red balloons, and Alphabetical 26-Genre Song.
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