Auto-Tune is an automated pitch-correction and audio-processing software developed by Antares Audio Technologies in 1997. While the technology has been silently at work behind various hits for over a decade, it was introduced to larger audiences after the breakout of rapper, singer and producer T-Pain, who experimented heavily with auto-tune effect in his albums.
Where the Hell is Matt? (aka “Dancing Matt”) is a viral video series featuring Matt Harding dancing in front of famous landmarks and sightseeing spots around the world.
Get Down is a series of stop-motion dance videos mimicking a software glitch in the Nintendo 64 game Goldeneye 007, wherein the characters would suddenly spaz out if the game cartridge was only partially attached to the console.
David After Dentist is a viral video of an eight year old boy dwelling on heavy thoughts on his way home from the dentist’s office. Sedated and super confused, David’s aww-some ranting in the backseat of his dad’s van became one of the most watched videos on YouTube.
Bubb Rubb is a Bay Area resident who appeared in a local news segment on the growing trend of “whistle tips,” a custom-modified exhaust pipe that generates deafening sounds of whistles during motor operation.