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Recently we heard the “Cantina Theme” from Star Wars played with a pencil as it writes. Now listen to the same iconic song performed on a Rubik’s Cube as it’s being solved by YouTuber TheCubician. [via Geekologie]
Whether you asked for it or not, music made with nonmusical things has become a revolution. YouTuber The Cubican is the latest to join, also recreating the "Cantina Theme" from Star Wars but this time with the solving of a Rubik's cube. The...Show More Summary
Last week we witnessed the Star Wars "Cantina Band" theme song being played with a pencil as a math formula. Now, YouTuber TheCubician has made of a video of him playing the song simply by manipulating a Rubik's Cube. It now seems like a challenge to come up with new, crazy ways to play the song. Show More Summary
Just last week we were treated with a video of a woman playing The Imperial March using only a pencil. This Rubik's Cuber set out to crush her.
A Rubik's cube master tackles the Star Wars Mos Eisley cantina theme while solving the colorful puzzle.
After watching Dani Ochoa performing the Cantina Band song from Star Wars using only a pencil and a piece of paper, Youtuber “The Cubician” decided to try his hand at playing the song with a Rubik’s cube while solving it at the same time. Show More Summary
Inspired by Dani Ochia's pencil and paper mathematical formula performance of the song, this is a video of Youtuber TheCubician performing the Star Wars Cantina Song on a Rubik's Cube while solving it. It appears he had the cube perfectly set up so it would be solved when the song was over. Show More Summary
TheCubician performed a unique cover of John Williams‘ classic “Cantina Band” song from Star Wars: A New Hope on a Rubik’s Cube while it was being solved. TheCubician was inspired by the Cantina Band song cover that Dani Ochoa performed by writing a formula on a piece of paper with a pencil. Star Wars Cantina...
TheCubician performed a unique cover of John Williams‘ classic “Cantina Band” song from Star Wars: A New Hope with a Rubik’s Cube while solving it. TheCubician was inspired by the cover that Dani Ochoa performed by writing a formula on a piece of paper with a pencil. Star Wars Cantina Band Song and Imperial March...
Because sometimes what you need most is to turn up the volume on your computer or phone and listen to the “Cantina Theme” from Star Wars played with a pencil writing out an algebraic equation that was figured out by Dani Ochoa, who describes...Show More Summary
Here we have a super-short video of the Cantina theme from Star Wars being played on pencil. Yes, you read that right. It may seem impossible (believe me, I thought
YouTuber Dani Ochoa says she's a "girl with too much time on her hands," but I disagree. I think figuring out the math formula to play the Star Wars "Cantina Band" song with just a paper and pencil is exactly what she should be doing with her time. Listen to this and compare: https://youtu.be/kCGPt3XFxJk (reddit)
Dani Ochoa posted this video to the Star Wars subreddit. You'll need to turn your volume up to hear her write out an algebraic equation and recreate the rhythm of the Cantina Theme from the original Star Wars film. (YouTube link) In case you didn't catch how accurate that is, there's also a video with the song played over it. Show More Summary
https://youtu.be/Jcghl0lbDSk Dani Ochoa, a self-described " girl with too much time on her hands," writes, "I spent way too much time figuring this out."
Dani Ochoa performed a brilliant cover of the Star Wars Cantina Band song just by writing a formula on a piece of paper with a pencil. She also did a similar cover of the “The Imperial March”. Make sure to turn up the volume and mute any other sounds for the full effect. Surf Rock...
You don't need a giant alien head and a weird oboe-like instrument to perform the cantina theme song. You just need a pencil.
Note: Volume up or this will make no sense. And even with the volume up it barely does. This is a video of Youtuber Dani Ochoa performing the Star Wars Imperial March and Cantina Song with a pencil by writing formulas on a piece of paper. Show More Summary
What you're about to watch is the work of a name you should remember: Dani Ochoa. Dani, who characterizes herself as "a girl with too much time on her hands" is also, apparently, a goddamn math genius. She figured out how to play the...Show More Summary