Audio design videos?!?!

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Kprellz

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Hey y’all! Wondering if anyone had any good YouTube channels or videos or general online learning for EE/audio design. As someone with crippling adhd Ive tried reading a few of the recommended audio design books but keep having to reread the first chapter because I can’t actually process any of it haha. So yeah wondering if anyone has any recommendations.
 

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For EE, there are a lot of channels. For audio design not so much, KISS Audio is not bad but its more oriented towards Power Amps.
 

grid_stopper

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I cant say i have too many video recommendations, BUT-i do have pretty bad adhd myself. I can also say that in my case, just trying to read texts never did me any good and i had to have a specific project on the bench that forced me to look for specific answers in said texts, if that makes any sense. Picking projects that forced me to learn and get specific answers did me far more good than just trying to read a text book, if your adhd is anything like mine that might be the way to go.
 

Kprellz

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I cant say i have too many video recommendations, BUT-i do have pretty bad adhd myself. I can also say that in my case, just trying to read texts never did me any good and i had to have a specific project on the bench that forced me to look for specific answers in said texts, if that makes any sense. Picking projects that forced me to learn and get specific answers did me far more good than just trying to read a text book, if your adhd is anything like mine that might be the way to go.
This is pretty much exactly how I do things now!! Glad to know there are others of us out there. Thank you!
 

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This is good resource for basics: How to design valve guitar amplifiers Like grid-stopper said, you might find it easier to start a project and then read basics about it. Despite being dyslexic this and other similar sites helped me a lot. RDH (Radiotron Handbook 3,4) are great books, you can search them for things not covered elsewhere.
 
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Dualflip

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I cant say i have too many video recommendations, BUT-i do have pretty bad adhd myself. I can also say that in my case, just trying to read texts never did me any good and i had to have a specific project on the bench that forced me to look for specific answers in said texts, if that makes any sense. Picking projects that forced me to learn and get specific answers did me far more good than just trying to read a text book, if your adhd is anything like mine that might be the way to go.
I am exactly the opposite, I am a lot into books but lazy to go to the bench, I like making stuff but I guess I am more of an arm chair engineer, I really like to study and the theory more than I like the practice.
 

AllMixedUp

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"RSD Academy" has a good 9 part series on Op Amps and Op Amp Circuitry. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL_nf1OmixTTd7rEoqoM6aJ5ZdI-V47vs

"Electronics With Professor Fiore" is another good channel. https://youtube.com/c/ElectronicswithProfessorFiore

"The Offset Volt" is also worth checking out. https://youtube.com/c/TheOffsetVolt

"Digilent, Inc." has Lab and Lecture playlists for all things electronic. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL170A01159D42313D

"Michel van Biezen" is good for the theory/math part of it. He has several EE playlists. https://youtube.com/c/MichelvanBiezen

"Element14 presents" is good for a cursory overview of many topics we deal with. https://youtube.com/c/element14presents

And I'm sure I'm missing many, many more. These channels along with the previously mentioned EEVblog, Blueglow, Uncle Doug, and Rod Elliot have all been extremely valuable to me on my learning path.

Edit: Don't forget "IIT Delhi" https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLp6ek2hDcoNDAw1BehPFazZ5ogPV8UlQa
 
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