Studio founded on April 4, 2020 by @E_Equals_EmCeCube3
Symphony of Science is a music video project series created by John Boswell (melodysheep on YouTube), a Washington-based musician.
To create his music videos, he'd take samples of clips and videos of popular scientists and TV show personalities (such as Carl Sagan and Neil deGrasse Tyson) from various documentaries, and then use auto-tuning pitch-correction to make them sound like they're singing, and let me tell you: these songs are just fantastic!
Because they come from educational TV series, Symphony of Science songs are intended to be educational.
As soon as I discovered Symphony of Science, I didn't feel like I wanted to listen to anything else ever again. (well, not strictly true; there are some excellent songs out there)
Symphony of Science on Wikipedia:
If you're allowed on YouTube, you can access the Symphony of Science playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFC4EE4355ADEBDB1
I made this studio as a general chatting/"fanclub" studio for anything related to Symphony of Science. What are your thoughts about it? Do you like it?
Which one is your favorite?
All projects in this studio include an instrumental version of a Symphony of Science song.
If you wanna be a curator, just ask! :) But please don't add projects unless they contain an SoS song — whether instrumental or not — in there.
Here are my top three faves (in no particular order):
"Beyond the Horizon":
"The Quantum World":
"Secret of the Stars":
And if you didn't know already, the video for "Secret of the Stars" is what inspired my username! (originally on @E_Equals_EmCeSquare2 )