One of the memes that has proliferated the most on the Internet lately is the horrible flute versions. Its success is based, in part, thanks to YouTube channels like Pewdiepie’s.
It is simply about create totally horrible flute versions, making your ears bleed every time you listen to them. It’s more extreme than any kind of Norwegian black metal.
Normally, the flute is an instrument with a very pleasant sound, which accompanies songs such as the well-known ‘My Heart Will Go On’ by Céline Dion. Anyway, there are ways and means to interpret it:
Create your own ghastly versions
Floot is a great platform that will allow you record your own versions without even having a flute. You will simply have to press certain letters on your keyboard to make the corresponding notes sound.
The funny thing is that it seems that everything sounds out of tune and fatal touched, something that is sure to get on the nerves of all the people around you.
At the bottom we have some buttons that allow us to play, stop, record and reset the song, until we have the result we want. Once we have recorded it, it gives us the option to share your creation through a link (here you can listen to one of my masterpieces).
By default the famous song of ‘Titanic’ will sound, but the best of all is that we can enter the link of any YouTube video and record on the song that we want. I don’t want to imagine what Rick Astley’s ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ will sound like with a flute on top.
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