The Breaking Bad Theme Played with Meth Lab Equipment

Last night marked the beginning of the final season of Breaking Bad, the AMC television series that chronicles the life and times of Walter White, the chemistry teacher-turned-meth kingpin. To get in the spirit of things, Andrew Huang decided to record the Breaking Bad theme song with a guitar and some meth lab equipment. On his YouTube page he writes:

I don’t know anything about making meth but a little Googling let me know that if you come across a meth lab you might find, among other things:

– propane cylinders
– rubber tubing
– paper towels
– coffee filters
– laboratory beakers
– measuring cups
– buckets
– plastic bottles
– frying pans

Other than the guitar, all of the sounds in this piece were produced using the items above, with minimal effects and some speed adjustments to change pitches.

via Devour

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