字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello, guys. Welcome to another episode of TwoSet Violin. Where's the triangle? Yeah, I was like, where is it? - We are both like... - Where's the "ding, ding"? Hello, guys. Welcome to another episode of TwoSet Violin. Today we will be reviewing a sacrilegious video that we found. This video claims to rank the top ten most difficult instruments to learn... - And as... - Oh man... The Youtube violin detectives... We thought we watch it together today and... Share our... Humble opinion. Yeah, accent the like button, so more people can see this video. All right. First of all, six million views... And look at that dislike bar. 25,000 dislike bar. But let's review it, cause you never know. - Because there's still 60,000 likes. - You never know. Yeah. Let's come into this with a neutral unbiased perspective. Learning to play an instrument is challenging. But these instruments take it to a whole new level. When I jam with my bass. That was not an instrument. Number ten, drums. Banging on something in time with the beat sounds easy enough, right? Wrong. Especially considering that in a band or orchestral setting, drums in any fashion are held responsible for making sure everyone else is on beat. No wonder I can't play in time... Because the percussion section who are responsible for my rhythm are messing up. Mozart, why did you write the symphony without a drum kit? Now, I can't play in time. That's such a... Big assumption, it's like drums just keep people in time. It degrades the percussion instrument as well. I know, it's like, percussion has a lot more to offer than just going "doom". - Yeah. - "Doom, doom." Stay on time, guys. Every musician needs to have an innate sense of pulse, when they're playing music, like... It's not like, music without drums, suddenly loses a sense of beat. Number ten already discredited the other ones. - I don't trust the other nine ratings. - Exactly. Whatever it is. Learning the basics is easy enough, but once you get into the real meat of it, drumming is a test of coordination and endurance. Um, so is like every other instrument. What about my oxygen capacity as a woodwind player? Yeah, that doesn't need endurance. Yeah, opera singer... Uhhh, their throat. Don't need coordination for anything. At its core, playing drums is actually playing multiple instruments at once. Even a basic beat will involve all four limbs. - Those two things didn't match up. - It didn't make sense. It's like... Using four limbs... Doesn't mean you're playing multiple instruments. Yeah. The organ uses all four limbs. But it's playing one instrument. Number nine, pipe organ. Okay, I do think the organ is very hard. - Yeah, but... - But, they put it at number nine, which is interesting. What are the other eight, I don't know anymore. This is another instrument that requires a mastery of hand-eye coordination. Like every other instrument. Yeah, but actually, also it's not hand-eye coordination. They can play without looking. - Yeah, yeah, yeah. - Yeah. In addition to a pedal board controlled by the feet. Yeah, that does look messed up. And of course, they're playing flight of the bumblebee... Because this video is sacrilegious. Oh my god. Sacrilegious video. Each keyboard has its own set of voices and knowing which to employ at what time is as much of a learning curve as melody, chord theory or the actual playing. That sentence just... It was so like... What was your point? Being able to cook fried rice... Is as difficult as chopping wombok... Doing squats and breathing. - It's just so unrelated, like... - Yeah. That was such a weird comparison. It's probably fitting that this instrument is normally used in churches because if you plan on learning the organ you are going to need some divine intervention. Dude, that did not make sense at all. Dude, what the f— And divine intervention is like... - Sounds horrible. Yeah. - Intervening. Like stop. It's like getting in the way or something. Number eight, accordion. The accordion is an odd instrument. So it's only fitting that it is forever linked with the oddball Weird Al Yankovic. But given Al's level of proficiency on the instrument, maybe he's due even more respect than the internet pays him. Playing the accordion is essentially like playing two instruments at once. One end of the accordion is a small keyboard and on the other, a set of buttons that controls bass notes. - That doesn't mean you're playing... - Bass notes and keyboard doesn't mean two instruments. You... You... You... Watch dumb - Number seven. Oboe. The first of a few instruments on this list that requires lungs of steel, the oboe is an instrument whose sound is solely dependent on how you use your mouth. Do you hear that, oboists? The sound you make is solely dependent on how you use your mouth. Yeah, nothing else. At the top of the oboe is a reed that you use to control the sounds coming out. You must constantly open or close the reed to allow or restrict sound and you have to make sure the reed itself is moist enough that sound wants to come out. They picked like... Such a trivial part of oboe playing... - There's so much more— - And made such a big deal. Yeah, there's a lot of different things about oboe that makes it difficult. Yeah, it's like, "oh, but the hardest part is making sure it's the right amount of moistness in the reed." Dude... Number six, guitar. The guitar is the classic go-to instrument for the fast track to rock and roll super stardom. So they all think. Yeah... Whether electric or acoustic, guitars all get played pretty much the same way. Did they... What the— What the f— Dude, every guitarist is so triggered right now. Urgh... Wae... I can't watch this. It's so painful. Simply pressing down on the fretboard to create a note can be difficult and downright painful. Campfire level guitar playing can be easy enough to learn, but guitar is hard to master given how many styles it can be played in. And the given techniques used in each style. Even on the basic level, coordinating both halves of you to work in sync and play something musical can be a challenge. Coordinating both halves of you to be in sync can be a challenge. That... That just... That's every instrument. DumbMojo. DumbMojo. - DumbMojo - DumbMojo, that's it. Number five. Piano. Piano. And then... The first representative music of piano is pop. Dude... - What? This is like... - Woah! Woah! DumbMojo's going for the roast. Ohohoho! They going for the— Piano gang's just like... "Um..." Like, there's nothing wrong with pop piano, don't get us wrong. But the topic is... - Hardest instrument. - Instrument. - It's like... - If you put hard and piano together... You need... Liszt. Here's another instrument that requires a fair bit of multitasking. While playing a piano, you must use both hands while simultaneously sightreading lines of music. Ah!!! Yeah, cause if you play piano you just have to sightread. There's no such thing as practicing the music, guys. You're just sightreading it. Number four. Harp. The harp is known for its beautiful and majestic tone. And to the untrained eye, it looks simple enough to play. Not only do you get to sit down, you just have to run your fingers across the strings and wonderful music is heard. Except, not so much. While the actual plucking of strings is simple enough mechanically, the musical theory behind it is demanding. What's more, many forms of harp also incorporate foot pedals used to sharpen or flatten a note, further increasing this instrument's difficulty. All this explanation can just be slapped on any instrument, you know? Like... Not only does it look easy in the beginning... But actually the music theory involved in learning it, makes it very difficult. Yeah. So hard. Number three. Bagpipes. They show bagpipe and they play like... - Some pop music. - I know... Never to be moved or easily carried, but the bagpipes blur the line by being both cumbersome and bulky, while being portable by design. That was so like contradictory statement. He couldn't make up his mind as to whether it was hard to carry or easy to carry. - Yeah. - Bro, it's like... Cumbersome and bulky while being portable by design. It's like, dude, what are you talking about, man? Similar to the accordion, bagpipes require constant stimulation in order to continue producing sound. Name me an instrument that doesn't require constant stimulation in order to produce sound. And the sound it makes is enough to make anyone want to wear a kilt and strap on a sporran. But it's not for the faint of heart. Bruh, you're writing— Are you trying to write a novel now or something? Like, what? All right, okay, there's two more, right? What do you think the top two are? I reckon violin and... They wouldn't put a wind instrument, got enough wind instruments. They have, yeah. They haven't done a brass yet. Could be a trumpet.