Music Made From Failing Stock Graphs

Submitted by: triplej 8 years ago in Entertainment

Sorta hard to describe, but this guy was able to make cool melodies from stock exchange charts from failing companies.
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Female 4,028
I`ve seen a similar type video. These are pretty cool, but... sad at the same time, looking at the debt and whatnot.
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Male 31
2012
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Male 1,598
It`s great how they`re all so upbeat.
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Male 612
Adrian do you always look on the bright side of things?
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Male 2,028
Hahah, that was pretty cool. =D
But kinda depressing at the same time. D=
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Male 557
> krath
> Well its good to know that the porn industry is booming...

"Yeah it has its ups and downs, but just keeps banging away, cause they know the ins and outs of their market... "

but just keeps banging away...

I see what you did there

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Female 1,653
Adrian- that`s not SO depressing. There`s be no one left to mourn us, and it would be a great solution to world hunger etc.
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Male 8,302
> krath
> Well its good to know that the porn industry is booming...

Yeah it has its ups and downs, but just keeps banging away, cause they know the ins and outs of their market...

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Male 448
Am I wrong, or are all those songs set in minor?
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Male 2,372
Brilliant!
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Male 6
"Could this be any more depressing?"

Yes. One hour after serial rapists who favor children finish taking over the world, it could be announced worldwide that after many tests Scientists have figured out that there is no afterlife, just as we also find out that there is an indestructible giant meteor that will hit in 12 hours, definitely knocking earth out of orbit, killing half of the human population and making the rest starve and freeze to death.

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Female 1,142
Gotta love that Songsmith. >_>
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Male 191
go porn!!!
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Female 15,763
Too bas the music is horrible.
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Female 56
it says us dept, billions
which would mean us department, billions
...it`s debt...
anyway, other than that, great vid!
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Male 536
Could this be any more depressing?
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Male 10,440
Bahahahaha! That was very very clever. Thanks for posting whoever it was that posted this.
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Male 612
it would be better if the graph was used as a soundwave, like grooves on a record.
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Male 619
No mention of Adams. That really bugs me.
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Male 619
Let`s give credit where credit is due. This idea was first thought up by Douglas Adams in the book Dirk Gently`s Holistic Detective Agency. I`m actually going to check out that guy`s website and see if proper respect is paid.
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Male 44
Microsoft is still holding on (a little)
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Male 295
Wow, economic downfall just got ten times better... lol
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Male 29
ah yes the beautiful sound of the worsening econamy
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Male 166
sorry for the double, but i just wanted to point out that the dow one didn`t make me laugh because of its condition, but just the huge contrast of the music =P
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Male 166
the dow one made me lol. but did they *seriously* misspell "debt"?
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Male 1,164
im the same as you ladymorgue... i sell bullets

both types ;)

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Male 103
The apocalypse never sounded so good!
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Female 387
Way to spell `debt`!
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Female 1,516
Good thing I decided to dedicate my life to military weapons and porn or my job might be in trouble now.
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Male 689
WHAT A GREAT SOCIAL AND POLITICAL COMMENTARY.
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Male 66
Buying Heckler & Koch right now. :-D
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Female 538
That was awesome
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Male 265
Well its good to know that the porn industry is booming...
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Male 889
you know what they say

When life hands you Lehman`s...File for bankruptcy.

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Male 1,078
That was surprisingly well done.
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Male 55
how did he get it to make music though??
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Female 731
Who knew such depressing things could create such happy music.
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Male 194
i would not have ever thought to do that
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Female 1,682
lmao. nice XDDD i wonder how long that took XD
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Male 382
Link: Music Made From Failing Stock Graphs [Rate Link] - Sorta hard to describe, but this guy was able to make cool melodies from stock exchange charts from failing companies.
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