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  • How's it going?

  • Dude, I'm not used to the freaking reflection-

  • I'm getting reflections now, too...

  • Oh, you should've gotten anti-reflect...!

  • Wait, is that a thing?

  • Yeah!

  • - ****, I forgot to tell you! - That's right, I'm wearing glasses now.

  • Brett: Oh, I should've told you!

  • - Looking at- Sightreading got me wearing glasses. - Anyway. Yup.

  • I also think reflection is better.

  • It's more like anime.

  • Eddy: Oh yeah, yeah!

  • "What do you think about my playing?"

  • "Well."

  • "Your intonation in the third bar..."

  • Anyway! Today we are going to be reviewing

  • more

  • sacrilegious commercials of brands

  • that try to look

  • very classy and artistic using classical music.

  • Which we have nothing against,

  • but when you do it, please just

  • try to...

  • - Do it right? - do it right. Exactly.

  • - Just, get it right. - Yeah.

  • I almost wanted to buy the product

  • - until you made that ad. I was like... - Yeah.

  • "Wait a second."

  • Alright, so the first one we have today is actually

  • a bottled water ad.

  • Alright.

  • I don't care what brand this is, like...

  • You're done.

  • You're done!

  • You're done! You don't even get a chance.

  • You don't.

  • You don't, you don't drench a poor cello...

  • in the rain,

  • and use that to represent your brand.

  • That's just...

  • That's...

  • instrument abuse.

  • You wouldn't make a sound!

  • The water would be screwing the sound so much.

  • Eddy: They even deliberately did slow-mo.

  • You can see the water dr-

  • It's all drenched on the fingerboard!

  • They're making the pain

  • - for musicians more obvious, like... - Yeah!

  • "Yeah, we reeeeally put water on it."

  • - Yeah, we- - "Look how much water we put on it."

  • "This cello is getting destroyed."

  • Dude, the water's like, spitting from her vibrato like,

  • whoosh, whoosh.

  • I feel like they're trying to go-

  • always going for like, artistic effects.

  • - Please consult a musician. - Yeah, it's like...

  • - There's things you just need to, like... - Yeah.

  • Just...

  • *sigh*

  • Oh... god...!

  • She had it all right until then!

  • You just know that the director was like,

  • "We want you to slant your bow on the angle"

  • - "to match the logo." - The logo!

  • "So, angle your bow like that!"

  • And she's just like,

  • "I'm getting paid for this."

  • Can I just say also how uncomfortable it is

  • that she was drenched like that to film?

  • - Yeah... - Like...

  • What a professional.

  • Very uncomfortable. And she managed to like...

  • "Just keep it together."

  • Hopefully, they probably just got a really cheap, bad cello.

  • But...

  • You don't want to associate your brand.

  • That's-

  • It's more like they're trying to associate the brand

  • with class and artistic.

  • - Yeah. - But really, what they're saying is...

  • "We don't understand class and artistic..."

  • "...artistry," whatever you call it. - Yeah.

  • By the way, I think that slant probably suits better this?

  • 'Cause that was very...

  • Eddy: Yes!

  • This was a whole lead-up to selling this jumper.

  • Well, there you go!

  • Oh, wow. Okay. Bye.

  • What do you think?

  • You ready?

  • So this is what you're gonna play.

  • Okay.

  • So this one got this, this, this...

  • - All these. - Okay.

  • All that. Alright, so you got that?

  • - Easy. - Alright.

  • - This one? - Yup.

  • Alright.

  • I mean...

  • It's a cool concept.

  • This definitely wasn't real.

  • If you- just to go by logic,

  • it's most likely auto-tuned. Not real.

  • They actually messed up.

  • - Yeah! It's the same... Ha ha ha! - Same drum!

  • - And it changed pitch! - Yeah.

  • It's not real.

  • It's not real.

  • But they went through all the effort

  • in the beginning to be like,

  • - "You have to hit these notes." - "Hit, hit these notes," it's like...

  • - "Hit these drums so we..." - Yeah. Stop trying to fake the whole

  • "I'm so better than everyone else 'cause we're so, like,

  • boujie and classy."

  • - The concept was cool. - It was cool.

  • Like "Alright, hit these drums."

  • "You're gonna play this piece."

  • But it's just...

  • ...just failed.

  • 'Cause like, I noticed a few different ones, like...

  • One drum would sound like one note,

  • and he would play the same- hit the same drum later,

  • - and it would be a different note. - It sounds different, right?

  • - So these two were... - Dun, dun dun... Same notes.

  • - Same notes with different drums, why'd... - Yeah.

  • Why didn't you just hit the same drum?

  • That was an F sharp!

  • Okay, so the...

  • - Yeah, the... - Yeah. Yeah.

  • Notes changed.

  • - That one was an F sharp before. - Yeah.

  • ...earlier. And now at 45, 44 seconds,

  • - it became an E. - Yeah.

  • Can't run from pitches, guys!

  • Not to mention Beethoven's Ode to Joy, like,

  • Come on, that's the most...

  • - I know. - ...overplayed commercial piece.

  • I like the concept. I'd give it a...

  • Did you like this one more than the bottled water one?

  • This is better.

  • If I was like, the guy behind, like, the scene,

  • like, sitting like this, going, "Hmm."

  • The director would be like "That one!"

  • Maybe just...

  • Fix the pitch, hey.

  • Well, I mean,

  • if you listen to how a drum is meant to sound...

  • - That's what I- - Ha ha ha! Yeah! Yeah.

  • He's hitting that exact same drum!

  • - That's what a drum sounds like. - And... then the timbre sounds different as well.

  • It's like...

  • Like, "dun dun dun."

  • And when they did it, it sounded like a bottle.

  • Like *pop*.

  • - Oh, it sounded like- Yeah, I don't know what it was. - Yeah.

  • *pop pop*

  • How do you do that?

  • *humming and popping at the same time*

  • Eddy: Ha ha ha ha... *humming and popping at the same time*

  • Dude, you had harmony while you were doing it.

  • - What the f***? How did you do that? - That's- that's beatboxing.

  • What...!!

  • Dude, I found my talent.

  • - I've never done this before in my life. - America's Got Talent!

  • - I've never done this before in my life! - You already got-

  • Alright, last one!

  • This is Audi.

  • Oh, come on. No Audi. Why!?

  • Sometimes progress is not good.

  • - Just don't... - Just... no. It should just...

  • They progressed too far.

  • There's so many weird things-

  • Okay, first of all,

  • the musicians aren't even playing.

  • They're acting, and the actual sound is just some like,

  • - digitally rendered orchestra. - It sounds like it. Yeah.

  • Second of all,

  • - the engine's clearly auto-tuned. - Yeah, it's auto-

  • They even put that in like, in the,

  • in the smallest spot!

  • They're probably like...

  • - Whoa... - "Legally we need to protect ourselves."

  • And they put in that colour so it's al...

  • - It's like, semi-transparent! - ...almost...

  • Eh he he he!!

  • It's like, legally they can't hide the text,

  • but they just need to...

  • In case someone buys the car for this,

  • and they're like "It doesn't actually play this song!"

  • "I bought this car for the song!"

  • - And then sue them. - "Vroom! Why is it not the same sound?!"

  • Vroom...!

  • - That is so funny. - Dude, but... That's such a nice car.

  • Why would you ruin it with such a bad ad?

  • What an insult to all the engineers out there

  • - Yeah. - who crafted this beautiful machine...

  • that drives, and then all of a sudden...

  • Why...

  • look at that.

  • This was the team involved in making this ad.

  • - That's like a 30, 40-person team. - Wow.

  • All those salaries paid...

  • - Just for that ad. - for this ad that got 900 views.

  • Dude, I mean, that's high-budget sh**.

  • There's f***ing lighting,

  • - It's so high-budget. - orchestra members...

  • Dude, that would cost an arm and a leg,

  • just to do this ad.

  • - Yeah. - I mean, I don't know anything about car ads.

  • - Yeah. - But from a consumer, like-

  • - A musician consumer. Let me- - Yeah, musician consumer.

  • I'll speak on behalf of musician consumers.

  • When we see this, we go,

  • "Eugh."

  • Since when can musicians afford Audis anyway?

  • OHH...

  • - Yeah, that's true. - Roasted ourselves.

  • - Yeah, like, we musici- Yeah. - They're like,

  • - "Musicians aren't our target audience." - Yeah. "They will never see this."

  • I mean, it's kinda cool, though, I guess.

  • Again, I think the concept is cool, it's just...

  • done not so well.

  • You know what would've been better?

  • If they had like a light show,

  • and the music plays with the light show.

  • With the car showing off the lights with the...

  • That would be cool.

  • Again, it's not anything inherently against

  • trying to put music and art with cars.

  • And it's nothing against even auto-tune.

  • - Yeah. - 'Cause you know,

  • - It happens everywhere. - we live in a world where autotune's everywhere.

  • It's just, somehow,

  • the way they put it together just felt really...

  • tacky.

  • - It didn't work, for me. - Yeah. It didn't work for me, either.

  • It reminded me of that,

  • the one-note symphony.

  • And the robot "ding."

  • - Yeah... - It's just, they tried too much to look classy.

  • - Just... a little bit... - ...too much.

  • But who knows.

  • - That's just my opinion. Ling Ling Insurance. - Yeah, my opinion.

  • Yeah, Ling Ling Insurance.

  • I would prefer a light show,

  • but that's just my opinion.

  • Yes.

  • Cool!

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  • And we will see you

  • after you practice.

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