Update: I have since been and checked the views on both of the videos I have created and have found that the Banana video has been unsuccessful in gaining popularity, as it has only gained 12 more views since it's first 48hours of release. The Gemma Carol video above has almost doubled its views to 150 and even though it is more viewed I feel it has been rather unsuccessful considering the population of viewers of the I'm a Celebrity ITV show. This could be down to my initial following being none on my dedicated YouTube channel for this video and also the novelty of this topic disappearing from the news as the Gemma Carol buzz was overtook by other characters in the show, such as Jimmy Bullard. Therefore I have decided to create a YouTube series on music production tutorials, which I feel has the potential to grow in popularity over a longer time period than a viral video. I feel that there is an online community that will thrive off of the information I can provide from my experience with audio, recording and mixing tracks. I have used the tools provided from other YouTube channels such as my favourite 'The Recording Revolution' and also 'Pensado's Place' over the years to better myself as a mixer and would like to return the favour. With there already being an established interest in this area, the videos I create on a new channel surrounding this idea would have a much greater view count accumulated but will take a longer amount of time to do so. In addition to this I can't help but feel that I will be creating worthy content in comparison to a video of me chopping bananas with random objects. Who learnt anything from that, really?
You can see my Tutorial blog post containing the YouTube video here!
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