Inside The Rhapsody (Bohemian Rhapsody mini documentary, 2002) 3 of 3

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  1. Phil Frank

    Phil FrankPhút trước

    So should sounds a piano, not like the digishit today.

  2. Felslut

    FelslutGiờ trước

    So humble. He epitomizes rock for me: can play with the attitude of a God, but is down to Earth none the less. Genius.

  3. Miguel Campos

    Miguel Campos2 giờ trước

    Was this released on DVD or Blueray ? I would like to buy a copy of that.

  4. Valhallan

    Valhallan5 giờ trước

    THE QUEEN EFFECT: You listen in a state of wonder, smile in face, watery eyes, and a trembling heart... looking for someone to hug!

  5. J.A.R.

    J.A.R.5 giờ trước

    The breakdown of this song should be a lesson in every music class, let alone recording/mixing/engineering class! It is a true statement, as is sgt pepper, what it takes, what it took, to get onto a recording, what you HEARD IN YOUR HEAD! without a metronome, auto anything.. just your gut instincts, natural talent, tenacity to go outside the bounds of what could be done on tape, how to create it ON tape; etc. If you've never recorded in an analog/tape setting, you dont understand how much went into recording 'manually', mistakes and all, what it took to create & record sounds/parts that are in your head and put them on tape with no auto tune auto correct nothing. This documentary is not just about a masterpiece; this song. its a documentary about the sheer genius and a masterpiece of analog recording/mixing/engineering techniques that is just as much a 'masterpiece' unto itself. Recordings made this way were complex, stressful, painstakingly long and costly as well. Editing with tape, with a razor and an editing block alone is NERVE racking as ANY edits were destructive. There was NO room for error, NO copy/cut/paste/move etc. like there is today where it really doesnt matter since you can tidy things up. Besides that, there was/were NO auto tune/auto fix ANYTHING! YOU were the 'auto tune' YOU were the metronome, YOU were 'rewind and do over'. YOU created all the soundscapes and tonescapes manually by moving mics, switching guitars, different micing techniques, etc. It was ORGANIC, real, physical and in your face. Not all done on a laptop with every instrument being a digital sample/representation of the real thing. Vocal harmonies like those in bh were REAL, not some unfeeling, 'perfect' pitch/tune changing junk like in todays music. All that stuff did/does was to remove the HUMAN ELEMENT which has made most of whatever 'music' is popular, nothing more than a sterile feeling bunch of sounds all created IN and by, a computer program with plug ins. To this day, i/we record as analog as possible, using a daw for its cost effectiveness and space saving abilities. Any of todays rap/hiphop/pop music is all so sterile and dry, without feeling or emotion, every note perfect... THAT is not human, thats a machines representation. When everything is digitally perfect, it has lost what makes/made REAL music, well, REAL...that human quality. You can hear it in this documentary as the tracks get broken down. How 'weird' the tracks sound, how odd the little pieces and instrumentations sounded, that is, until you start hearing the blends and bounces of tracks and then, as they get put together little by little, allthose little bits and pieces come together to form this true masterpiece, created, recorded, mixed, engineered and mastered, ALL by man, not machine. These techniques should NEVER be lost for they are the instrumental in HOW to break down a song in ones head, HOW to get those ideas OUT of your head and into/onto whatever recording medium you have. The lessons here, imho, are INVALUABLE to say the least. To not teach them is a crime. Its too easy to be a laptop musician without knowing/understanding what actually is needed in order to create a truly great song; let alone a masterpiece such as bohemian rhapsody. Yes, it takes a lot, a LOT of gear, time, patience to do what these FOUR guys did... you can re create it, in a digital sort of world, but do so, with as LITTLE use of plug ins, auto tuning, auto harmony, auto anything, dont look to fix little errors for those little errors are often the BEST part and brings the HUMAN ELEMENT INTO THE WORK! digital perfection is sterile, cold, soul less, bereft of emotion and rather quite boring. Use modern tech for the ease and simplicity of recording/mixing, but dont let it BECOME the do-all. The more digital your work is, the LESS human it will be. Listening to ANY of whats 'hot' out there will demonstrate this; the proof of what i am trying to get across is simple, its what makes THIS song and many others that were recorded in similar fashion, STAND THE TEST OF TIME...take anything from the last 5 10 or 15yrs, and see where they are now. In the digital dumpster; they arent even created, for the most part, by the people 'performing' them! You can bet, 90 -95 % and more of todays music is ENTIRELY created on and in a computer with very little REAL instruemntation or vocal work. Just watch any music 'award' show of lets say, some hip hop/rap crap... you have NO musicians, NO singers, well, one or 2 'talkers' talking into a 'live' mic with a bunch of morons jumping around on a stage in some primeval or space type attire, doing so called 'dancing'. Total crap! Sorry if this sound like a 'rant', being a REAL musician, singer/songwriter/recording independent artist myself, watching this and other similar documentary's brings back the IMPORTANCE of how much the human aspect/element is sorely lacking in most music today which me and my music partner are working hard at countering! To that, and thanks for reading this, please take a gander and a listen to some of our latest music and some of the videos for our songs.... you can hear the human aspect in all of them which we strive hard to get on our recordings. HERE are links to the music and videos... thank you... long live Queen and the art of TRUE recording... Our humble music page: jar.hearnow.com/?fbclid=IwAR0dCyKOjKp58wqmms5QiFAZMW1ucB3ITP4vTTRgZuXVFNE3BujvKQVc0sI

  6. John Martini

    John Martini5 giờ trước

    The breakdown of this song should be a lesson in every music class, let alone recording/mixing/engineering class! It is a true statement, as is sgt pepper, what it takes, what it took, to get onto a recording, what you HEARD IN YOUR HEAD! without a metronome, auto anything.. just your gut instincts, natural talent, tenacity to go outside the bounds of what could be done on tape, how to create it ON tape; etc. If you've never recorded in an analog/tape setting, you dont understand how much went into recording 'manually', mistakes and all, what it took to create & record sounds/parts that are in your head and put them on tape with no auto tune auto correct nothing. This documentary is not just about a masterpiece; this song. its a documentary about the sheer genius and a masterpiece of analog recording/mixing/engineering techniques that is just as much a 'masterpiece' unto itself. Recordings made this way were complex, stressful, painstakingly long and costly as well. Editing with tape, with a razor and an editing block alone is NERVE racking as ANY edits were destructive. There was NO room for error, NO copy/cut/paste/move etc. like there is today where it really doesnt matter since you can tidy things up. Besides that, there was/were NO auto tune/auto fix ANYTHING! YOU were the 'auto tune' YOU were the metronome, YOU were 'rewind and do over'. YOU created all the soundscapes and tonescapes manually by moving mics, switching guitars, different micing techniques, etc. It was ORGANIC, real, physical and in your face. Not all done on a laptop with every instrument being a digital sample/representation of the real thing. Vocal harmonies like those in bh were REAL, not some unfeeling, 'perfect' pitch/tune changing junk like in todays music. All that stuff did/does was to remove the HUMAN ELEMENT which has made most of whatever 'music' is popular, nothing more than a sterile feeling bunch of sounds all created IN and by, a computer program with plug ins. To this day, i/we record as analog as possible, using a daw for its cost effectiveness and space saving abilities. Any of todays rap/hiphop/pop music is all so sterile and dry, without feeling or emotion, every note perfect... THAT is not human, thats a machines representation. When everything is digitally perfect, it has lost what makes/made REAL music, well, REAL...that human quality. You can hear it in this documentary as the tracks get broken down. How 'weird' the tracks sound, how odd the little pieces and instrumentations sounded, that is, until you start hearing the blends and bounces of tracks and then, as they get put together little by little, allthose little bits and pieces come together to form this true masterpiece, created, recorded, mixed, engineered and mastered, ALL by man, not machine. These techniques should NEVER be lost for they are the instrumental in HOW to break down a song in ones head, HOW to get those ideas OUT of your head and into/onto whatever recording medium you have. The lessons here, imho, are INVALUABLE to say the least. To not teach them is a crime. Its too easy to be a laptop musician without knowing/understanding what actually is needed in order to create a truly great song; let alone a masterpiece such as bohemian rhapsody. Yes, it takes a lot, a LOT of gear, time, patience to do what these FOUR guys did... you can re create it, in a digital sort of world, but do so, with as LITTLE use of plug ins, auto tuning, auto harmony, auto anything, dont look to fix little errors for those little errors are often the BEST part and brings the HUMAN ELEMENT INTO THE WORK! digital perfection is sterile, cold, soul less, bereft of emotion and rather quite boring. Use modern tech for the ease and simplicity of recording/mixing, but dont let it BECOME the do-all. The more digital your work is, the LESS human it will be. Listening to ANY of whats 'hot' out there will demonstrate this; the proof of what i am trying to get across is simple, its what makes THIS song and many others that were recorded in similar fashion, STAND THE TEST OF TIME...take anything from the last 5 10 or 15yrs, and see where they are now. In the digital dumpster; they arent even created, for the most part, by the people 'performing' them! You can bet, 90 -95 % and more of todays music is ENTIRELY created on and in a computer with very little REAL instruemntation or vocal work. Just watch any music 'award' show of lets say, some hip hop/rap crap... you have NO musicians, NO singers, well, one or 2 'talkers' talking into a 'live' mic with a bunch of morons jumping around on a stage in some primeval or space type attire, doing so called 'dancing'. Total crap! Sorry if this sound like a 'rant', being a REAL musician, singer/songwriter/recording independent artist myself, watching this and other similar documentary's brings back the IMPORTANCE of how much the human aspect/element is sorely lacking in most music today which me and my music partner are working hard at countering! To that, and thanks for reading this, please take a gander and a listen to some of our latest music and some of the videos for our songs.... you can hear the human aspect in all of them which we strive hard to get on our recordings. HERE are links to the music and videos... thank you... long live Queen and the art of TRUE recording... Our humble music page: jar.hearnow.com/?fbclid=IwAR0dCyKOjKp58wqmms5QiFAZMW1ucB3ITP4vTTRgZuXVFNE3BujvKQVc0sI

  7. Jay Frank

    Jay Frank5 giờ trước

    Back in the day, the record industry often slotted Queen as "progressive rock." True, their music displayed the intricacies and creativity of the best prog rock. But they differed in that Queen's music was much more accessible than, say, King Crimson, Gentle Giant, or even Yes. No disrespect meant to the great prog bands, but you could hum Queen tunes. And therein lies much of their magic.

  8. Midi Man

    Midi Man5 giờ trước

    Brian May no offense to you but wholly cow Freddie Mercury's was a musical genius. Thanks for releasing this to the public.

  9. Nicky Depaola

    Nicky Depaola14 giờ trước

    God bless this man ! He's very sad on the inside I bet, all the wonderful memories he must have !

  10. Rotti-X

    Rotti-X18 giờ trước

    The memories must hit hard, especially when he hears Freddies voice. He was there, in that moment. Just phenomenal.

  11. S K

    S K19 giờ trước

    Respect!!! Movie “Bohemian Rhapsody” leads to me here. This is amazing, feels like getting a private lesson from the legend.

  12. Edwin Soto

    Edwin Soto20 giờ trước

    Hermoso video

  13. carrona

    carrona22 giờ trước

    👏👏👏Complete and utter brilliance. We are not worthy.😍

  14. Jamie Dynan

    Jamie Dynan23 giờ trước

    Amazing. Simply amazing.

  15. Veterans Today Network

    Veterans Today NetworkNgày trước

    Brilliant!

  16. dressedtokiss

    dressedtokissNgày trước

    that piano track with bass and drums is amazing specially if it's one take wow!

  17. mikelgravez

    mikelgravezNgày trước

    "We had the benefit of their experience". Wow! Just wow! Love it Brian!

  18. michael webb

    michael webbNgày trước

    i will never forget seeing Queen at the Santa Monica civic...the last tour they played mid-sized halls. "A Night At The Opera" tour was actually a bit ahead of the charting progress of record sales...which was great for the fans.

  19. digipimp75

    digipimp75Ngày trước

    The song is an absolute masterpiece.

  20. Hayden Buchanan

    Hayden BuchananNgày trước

    You can see how much he loves freddie

  21. Bearman

    BearmanNgày trước

    You can tell Brian really misses Freddie... It's sad.

  22. Michael McBride

    Michael McBrideNgày trước

    Totally touching moments in front of the mixing board. Truly wonderful to hear the mindset and the details of the creative geniuses converged into their masterpiece. Thanks for sharing this

  23. Lilly The Service Chihuahua And Dan

    Lilly The Service Chihuahua And DanNgày trước

    5:58 the guy who recorded this and played this song a billion and four times still head bangs at that part Haha As do I who has heard this song a billion and five times

  24. pellman87

    pellman87Ngày trước

    This is Gold, made me cry, wtf :O

  25. Marco Castillo

    Marco CastilloNgày trước

    History of humanity!

  26. Franco Barberis

    Franco BarberisNgày trước

    This is amazing to watch.

  27. Daisy Bell

    Daisy BellNgày trước

    Unbelievable talent, musicianship and creativity. Could listen to Brian all day explaining how the songs were put together. Too bad he lifted his hand to stop the tape right before Freddie's lead vocals singing " just gotta get right outta he...ahhh"

  28. makka getty

    makka gettyNgày trước

    This guy is such a tool

  29. Jorge Johnson

    Jorge JohnsonNgày trước

    Amazing. Simply amazing. We’re so fortunate to be the beneficiaries of so many patient artists and engineers who gave us so much great music and art.

  30. Miguel Gonzalez

    Miguel GonzalezNgày trước

    Fucking beautiful ! Glad i found this.. I cant beleive most of the shit today is music.. What i just watched in this vid is great

  31. Rosalyne Line

    Rosalyne Line2 ngày trước

    How did they get all of the harmony parts in concert? Did they use a track?

  32. Wolfgang Schneider

    Wolfgang Schneider2 ngày trước

    Quenn the ultimative Rock Band!!!

  33. Sam Omar

    Sam Omar2 ngày trước

    Freddie was a genius and Queen members are awesome still. Music nowadays are like consumables. Buy and throw.. they are not memorable enough to love and remember.

  34. Jonatan Monforte

    Jonatan Monforte2 ngày trước

    Brian is such a great man!

  35. Reid Oda

    Reid Oda2 ngày trước

    How can you not love this guy. What an amazing rundown.

  36. Craig Coppock

    Craig Coppock2 ngày trước

    fucking genius !!!!

  37. Raoul Duke

    Raoul Duke2 ngày trước

    The worst thing about this is, because May did so much overdubbing on the track, the only way you can replicate that live... is with a backing track, or four guitarists, which means, he has never played the composition live.

  38. Juan  Avina

    Juan Avina2 ngày trước

    "this is the man who wrote bohemian rhapsody......" sir brian may, you are a guitar god, i salute you 👍

  39. metalmadnessSL

    metalmadnessSL2 ngày trước

    "And there you have... the three of us pretending to be girls (laughing)" Say that now and you probably get lynched :(

  40. AJ G

    AJ G2 ngày trước

    I love how brian may is just as awed at freddie mercury's talent as everyone else is.. lmao freddie mercury was such a bad ass!

  41. murilo ninj

    murilo ninj2 ngày trước

    NOT Breaking News: Freddie Mercury was a goddamn genius!

  42. Luis Enrique Cabrera

    Luis Enrique Cabrera2 ngày trước

    I don’t understand anything.... this is so complex to me

  43. 1251wire

    1251wire2 ngày trước

    Only seen 7 minutes and it's fucking amazing....

  44. Zahkia 99

    Zahkia 992 ngày trước

    I'm glad Brain appreciates all instruments then most guitarists.

  45. curtandoscar

    curtandoscar2 ngày trước

    Have to say, that was a fantastic little docu.

  46. Dan Lyons

    Dan Lyons2 ngày trước

    Thank you for this upload. I love hearing original studio tracks like this.

  47. Dary Kinnaman

    Dary Kinnaman3 ngày trước

    I play piano, Freddie was amazing, I love his piano. That was just part of his genius. His lyrics and his voice, he was one of a kind.

  48. S Bingham

    S Bingham3 ngày trước

    So interesting. The gentle, articulate, humble, and insightful exploration of this music by one of its makers is really special.

  49. Steven s

    Steven s3 ngày trước

    They thought the Beatles were the best but they made it better. When I saw them in Toronto 1980 they were the best live rock band ever better than any other band to this day.

  50. Miguel Barahona

    Miguel Barahona3 ngày trước

    13:08. I think they were really having fun when they recorded Bohemian Rhapsody, hahaha.

  51. cars nguitars

    cars nguitars3 ngày trước

    I miss Freddie Mercury tremendously. He was such a wonderful Talent.

  52. Rocio Benitez

    Rocio Benitez3 ngày trước

    Compare with the music today, if you have two beats its a miracle and the lyrics are crap

  53. Sabrina Vella

    Sabrina Vella3 ngày trước

    Hearing this stripped back version with only 3 tracks is an eye opener on how fucking good Freddie was on the piano, some of those chords were just incredible and so different darling!

  54. ftw420anon

    ftw420anon3 ngày trước

    I don't condone piracy, but if you have the ability to get your hands on a digital copy of the multitrack of this song, I would recommend throwing it into a DAW and playing around with it. Listening to the individual harmonies and instruments like Brian is doing here is very rewarding, and even more so through a good pair of speakers or headphones.

  55. Dino Božinović

    Dino Božinović3 ngày trước

    6:14 amazing chord

  56. René Faber Test

    René Faber Test3 ngày trước

    '...in this case it's not - it's a rock 'n' roll thing!' Pure gold! 21:53

  57. Eric Milton

    Eric Milton3 ngày trước

    Guy on the right is just continuously thinking "i promised my boss i wouldnt fuck up this multitrack"

  58. Eric Milton

    Eric Milton3 ngày trước

    Could the engineer guy be less interested

  59. josh grant

    josh grant3 ngày trước

    @7:00 When a doctor tells you where he had to really work at something.

  60. josh grant

    josh grant3 ngày trước

    @5:30 Nah, I can hear it all man!

  61. ed savage

    ed savage3 ngày trước

    I wasn't aware they allowed the other band members to speak...lol

  62. Rinto Namang

    Rinto Namang3 ngày trước

    In bahasa Indonesia: MAHAKARYA

  63. Eclipse YT

    Eclipse YT3 ngày trước

    Where is the I'm in love with my car?

  64. Wes Clark

    Wes Clark3 ngày trước

    this gave me life

  65. Hello There

    Hello There3 ngày trước

    Guy on the right looks bored.

  66. frankpaws

    frankpaws3 ngày trước

    So amazing and sad. He misses his friend!

  67. espino661

    espino6613 ngày trước

    WOW!!! WHAT A MASTERPIECE....SO INCREDIBLY HEARTFELT!!!

  68. Helping Hand

    Helping Hand3 ngày trước

    I can only hope that someday I could have and display the character, humility and generosity of Brian May. Don't stop Rockin Gino

  69. WilsonEatsASMR

    WilsonEatsASMR3 ngày trước

    this shows how genius they all were. That is one complicated MULTI track!

  70. gasgasLex

    gasgasLex3 ngày trước

    Made in a time before TV generated "pop" star bimbos & himbos became the norm.

  71. djRustyB

    djRustyB3 ngày trước

    amazing

  72. cgStarling

    cgStarling3 ngày trước

    What is the effect called that Brian is talking about at right about 16:30? I have often noticed it, esp in Queens music, and always live it so much. Sounds like he's saying Montivori or Beld effect but Google hasn't heard of those things, so hoping ok next of you will. Thanks alot.

  73. Robert Brown

    Robert Brown3 ngày trước

    At 12:18 Brian questions where the idea for the lick he hums from the guitar solo comes from and says he doesn't know but it always struck me that it must have been inspired by Glenn Miller's Moonlight Serenade.

  74. Dzz Zz

    Dzz Zz3 ngày trước

    Love Brian May one of my top favorite guitar / builder players before EVH

  75. caracarota

    caracarota4 ngày trước

    Just listen to Brian may’s voice when you’re going to sleep, it’s really stabling and calming

  76. kondomonster

    kondomonster4 ngày trước

    This is really fascinating. Love it love it love it! Magnifico!

  77. WCSkills

    WCSkills4 ngày trước

    Watching and listening to this video, one is in total awe of the complexity of arrangement and achievement in recording technology in order to make Bohemian Rhapsody a reality. But the real mind bender is knowing that Freddie heard all this in his head before the first note was even recorded to tape.

  78. Pauldjreadman

    Pauldjreadman4 ngày trước

    It's a masterpiece no doubt about it. Awesome operatic song. Regarding the bass overdub, Abba did the same thing. Queen was first then, interesting. Seriously way this song is structured you have to listen to the mixdown which is the wav or vinyl.

  79. caracarota

    caracarota4 ngày trước

    I feel like Brian is my music teacher or something and I’m listening to him talk about and explain the music that he has worked on

  80. pepi everage

    pepi everage4 ngày trước

    Amazing,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, anyone that hit the dislike button is crazy..

  81. caracarota

    caracarota4 ngày trước

    I think if the members of Queen were in hogwarts houses, it would go like this: Freddie = Slytherin Roger = Gryffindor Brian = Ravenclaw John = Hufflepuff (Or Freddie and roger would be the other way around...?)

  82. caracarota

    caracarota4 ngày trước

    Wow, Freddie’s timing in piano playing is impeccable

  83. caracarota

    caracarota4 ngày trước

    At the beginning with Freddie’s doodles THE TREBLE CLEF IS BACKWARD I find that really funny for some reason

  84. Flappo Spammo

    Flappo Spammo4 ngày trước

    even after all these years everyone is talking about this song not surprised tbh

  85. Bill Woolfolk

    Bill Woolfolk4 ngày trước

    how can 195 people give this documentary a "thumbs down"? #idiots

  86. Raul McKool

    Raul McKool4 ngày trước

    Bohemian Rhapsody (the movie) brought me here.

  87. kanekila

    kanekila4 ngày trước

    This was fascinating to watch. Yes, you can definitely see and feel his nostalgia, and fondness for his former band mates. I'd love to hear him speak on astrophysics, too. I'd bet it would be quite enlightening.

  88. Rhonita Andarini

    Rhonita Andarini4 ngày trước

    During listening to this video (for the numerous time!), I searched his papers and PhD thesis in physics (which I don't understand) and also think the same way as you! hahaha

  89. Mark Heath

    Mark Heath4 ngày trước

    The 70s 80s 90s were the golden years, you are lucky to be in that era Brian and have a talent. Good music today doesn’t get heard today because it’s drowned by internet and commercial crap.

  90. Sasha Stevens

    Sasha Stevens4 ngày trước

    Can someone make my video into bohemian rhapsody please watch it I make train sounds

  91. ewi pasaribu

    ewi pasaribu4 ngày trước

    I was watching the movie two times now and I love Brian voice in every occasion typically englishman...and i've watch all queen in youtube now...haha, ...love the band and I love how the nailed the movie...masterpiece

  92. fritz baguio

    fritz baguio4 ngày trước

    Freddie is quiet a genius..

  93. Morning Glory

    Morning Glory4 ngày trước

    Jeez, music was so archaic and crappy back then. Thank God we have good stuff today like "you got that, you got that, you got that milk money; I got that, I got that, I got that milf money".... THAT'S lyrical art

  94. Rio Bravo

    Rio Bravo4 ngày trước

    Today’s generation seems cheated musically - where are the real creative talented musicians? Rap Crap? Really?

  95. Spazout13

    Spazout134 ngày trước

    Could you even imagine if the Bohemian Rhapsody 2 inch master tape went up for auction? In my opinion that's a priceless piece of history. But like he said it has to be baked or that brittle master tape will literally disintegrate.

  96. blackcat085

    blackcat0854 ngày trước

    Is this a real life?

  97. Derek Castillo

    Derek Castillo4 ngày trước

    Fucked up so hard by not being able to reconcile "creative differences" with Sasha Baron Cohen. One of the greatest stories in Rock history could have been told. Instead we only caught a glimpse.

  98. gantur purevsuren

    gantur purevsuren4 ngày trước

    Derek Castillo what? What did Sasha tried to do?

  99. clayton jackson

    clayton jackson4 ngày trước

    Tight piano playing

  100. BX0207

    BX02074 ngày trước

    Hes explaining the music as of hes building a house... literally brick by brick and every ounce of notes are all the mortar used. Hes incredibly humble and intelligent...

  101. Mutesm

    Mutesm4 ngày trước

    You can see that he is going back to the memory lane

  102. PSMTCHEF

    PSMTCHEF4 ngày trước

    This gets me. You can see on Brian's face how much he reveres the fact that this song is such a huge part of history. Incredible.