Ryan: Hey guys ^_^ Ryan: I don’t know if you guys can hear it or not but I have people over right now Ryan: I hate vlogging Ryan: When people are here Ryan: They’re really quiet right now, that means they’re listening *Shouting* Ryan: Oh well ;v Ryan: Let’s just get started Ryan: What? Ryan: Is that a thing now or something? I don’t know if that’s supposed to be hard to do Ryan: Yeah, probably I could probably do like, ten. Ryan: I don’t see how that’s hard Ryan: Let’s do this Ryan: It can’t be that hard *fail* *fail* *fail* *fail* *fail* Ryan: OK… Ryan: That’s it… That’s staying *fail* *fail* Ryan: No, this is impossible Ryan: There’s no way to do this Off camera: OH !!! Off camera: Geez!! Ryan: It was that hard ? Ryan: Give me a real challenge :v Ryan: Battery stack challenge :v Ryan: I bet you everybody would do this. Ryan: This is so fun. Off camera: Oh !!! Greg: One handed? Will: Do a third one. Off camera: Ohhhh Off camera: Oh my goodness Off camera: Easy Off camera: Keep going, boiz Ryan: Give me a real challenge Off camera: NO WAY!!! Off camera: Ohhhhhh !!! *RIP* Ryan: I can do ten. I think I can do ten Ryan: I’m getting at least 5. *fail* Ryan: That’s a little off. Ryan: It’s a little off. Off camera (lots of ‘There you go’ ‘Let’s go boys) Off camera (lots of ‘There you go’ ‘Let’s go boys) Off camera: Here we go *RIP* Ryan: It was there x2 Ryan: Ten! (So proud of you Ryan) Ryan: See? Ryan: I told you guys that it’s not hard to balance 10 batteries on top of each other. Ryan: This is another life lesson Ryan: You can fail over and over and over, but if you learn to persevere and just keep … *FAIL* :V Ryan: I love those like voice-over line in trailers Ryan: You could literally say anything as long as it sounds deep and dramatic and it fits perfectly in a trailer Ryan: In fact, I’ll do some right now *Dramatic Voice* Ryan: What do you mean ? Ryan: You don’t know what’s going on Ryan: I just told you I don’t know Ryan: Who the hell are you guys? Ryan: But what do you mean? Ryan: They can’t figure what’s wrong with him. Ryan: How am I supposed to know how to do something that I don’t know how to do? Ryan: You could literally say anything as long as it sounds deep and dramatic Ryan: Throw it in the background of, you know, some action scenes or some random cuts and you got a trailer. Voice-over: What do you do ? Voice-over: Simple Voice-over: They leave a comment Voice-over: I answer it Voice-over: They say it’s a myth, but I’ve seen it. Voice-over: Wait what do you mean they can’t figure out what’s wrong with him?
*Some badass action scenes and random cuts from previous Dear Ryan’s* :v Voice-over: I just told you I don’t know. Voice-over: How am I supposed to know how to do something that I don’t know how to do?
*Some badass action scenes and random cuts from previous Dear Ryan’s* :v Evil Ryan: There can only be one Ryan: Go F asterisk asterisk asterisk yourself? Ryan: What? Other Ryan: Come on Ryan, you know what he means. Other Ryan: You know what he wants us to do Ryan: Yes, but that’s kind of… Ryan: I don’t know Other Ryan: Just turn around and close your eyes. Other Ryan: It’ll be over before you know it. Other Ryan: It will be easy *Le Sigh* Ryan: Fine Other Ryan: All right, let’s do this Ryan: Whenever you’re ready then, in three… Ryan: Two.. Ryan: One… Ryan: Ready or not, here I come. Ryan: Wait, what do you… Ryan: I see you’re right there, in the bed. Other Ryan: See? Other Ryan: I told you it’d be easy to find yourself. Ryan: Yeah, I guess it was Ryan: So I do actually have a guitar, but I literally just looked for it and I can’t find it. Ryan: Which you might ask yourself, how is that possible that you don’t know where this gigantic thing is. Ryan: The only time I ever use it is as a prop in videos. Ryan: If you really look at me in those music videos and other things that I used the guitar in, Ryan: I’m not actually playing any real notes… Ryan: Because I don’t know how to play. Ryan: The only songs I do know how to play are because I watch YouTube videos and I just copy their hands Ryan: Like I don’t know what notes or letters—I don’t know what they’re called. Ryan: In 24 hours, I still had a hard time playing the Happy Birthday song. Ryan: And that’s one of the easiest songs to play on the guitar, which is really sad… Ryan: But anyway I still picked this Dear Ryan because even though I don’t have a guitar, there is something that I’ve always wanted to try. Ryan: And I think this could be my only chance. Ryan: I’ve always thought that if a song is a bunch of chords put together in a certain order Ryan: And a chord is just a bunch of finger placements on a guitar. Ryan: Technically, if I were to record my voice mimicking the sound of every single placement on a guitar, Ryan: I pretty much would have created my own vocal guitar and I should be able to play anything I want… with editing. Ryan: Again, I’m not sure if this is actually going to work but it sounds more fun than actually having to learn to play the guitar. Ryan: Yeah, I probably should’ve just looked for the guitar, that would’ve been a LOT faster. Ryan: Soooo…. Ryan: So we have the laptop, we have my… Ryan: Whoops… Ryan: We have my cardboard guitar… Ryan: I’m gonna play the sound on here, try and mimic it and then play it on here with that sound… Ryan: Does that make sense? Ryan: First thing I’m going to do is do all of the strings by itself. Ryan: So the first one is a… E? *Plays note* Ryan: *Mimics note* *Plays note again* Ryan: *Mimics the same note again* Ryan: *Mimics the same note for the third time* Ryan: Next one is A *Plays the note* Ryan: *Mimics the note* Ryan: This is D Ryan: *Mimics the note* Ryan: G Ryan: *Mimics the note* Ryan: B. Ryan: *Mimics the note* Ryan: And the last one… E. Ryan: *Mimics the note* Ryan: Alright, so we got the empty strings and now it’s time to do every single one of these. Ryan (mumbling): I should just get a regular guitar… Ryan: First one… This sound… Ryan: *Plays a lot of other notes* Ryan: Alright… so now… that we have every single one of these… Ryan: finger placements… I don’t know what they’re called… Ryan: Obviously with a little bit of tuning, we should be able to combine any single one of these to make a chord. Ryan: So… I guess we could just try that now… Ryan: Look up some chords… Ryan: Let’s do a C. Ryan: First column, second string… Ryan: Second column, fourth string… Ryan: Third column, fifth string… Ryan: Together, should be like this. Ryan: *Does a chord* See? Ryan: Alright, A. Ryan: A is… Ryan: Well, that’s an easy one. Ryan: Second string, third string, fourth string all in the middle. Ryan: *Does a chord* Ryan: G. Ryan: *Does a chord* Ryan: E. Ryan: *Does a chord* Ryan: D. Ryan: *Does a chord* Ryan: F… this is a crazy one Ryan: *Light giggling* Ryan: Stay still..>_