Daft Punk songs recreated using only calculators
YouTuber recreates Daft Punk tracks using only calculators: watch
Following the recent departure of Daft punk From the music industry, supporting fans around the world sent their tributes for the electronic pair, but one YouTuber, in particular, said goodbye with a special and extremely talented gesture. Korean YouTuber Chaco is known for making music with a dedicated channel covering some of the world’s most famous songs and themed themes. However, understand this, the YouTuber recreates tracks and musical covers using only calculators. Showcasing such an interesting skill, 차커 Chaco has covered two Daft Punk classics and the videos are very enjoyable to watch.
In both videos, the talented individual recreates ‘To be lucky‘ and ‘Harder, better, faster, stronger‘ using multiple AR7778 desktop calculators. The creative process is made possible because calculators have a Music Mode which allows them to be used as a piano, allowing the user to create simple music. Of course, 차커 Chaco took the creation of simple music to a whole new level demonstrating this unique skill in short videos. This process of creating music is similar to that of music producers who use equipment such as the The Novation launch pad or the Akia Professional Groovebox.
We took a look online and it looks like these calculators are pretty hard to get, especially if you are planning on trying its Music Mode. But fear not, you will only have to watch more awesome 차커 Chaco videos by clicking this link here. In the meantime, we’ve added the videos below for you to watch right away. Let us know which one is your favorite. For more information on Daft Punk, visit this section of the website.
Image Credit: Daft Punk (Press) & Chaco (via YouTube)