If you're looking for a way to keep yourself entertained on an upcoming flight, one Reddit user has figured out a genius -- though slightly difficult -- way to keep you busy. By becoming an airplane DJ, of course.
Redditor ConsiderateGuy submitted a YouTube video from user YouBee called "When you're bored on a plane." The video shows someone recording a flight attendant demonstration and call button sounds with their phone, then setting and slicing them over a beat on a computer and adding some keyboard in. At the end of the video, the song sounds like any Top 40 hit you would expect to hear on the radio or in a club.
Fast forward to :39 if you just want to hear the song:
And to be honest, just how different does the song above sound compared to "Turbulence," a professionally mixed, airplane-themed EDM song from Steve Aoki and Laidback Luke?
"If you have a Mac, mess around with Garageband, it's free. Logic is a good software for Mac once you get more serious, and it's relatively cheap compared to some. Ableton and FL Studio are good softwares too. As for the keyboard, I would recommend the M-Audio Keystation Mini only because that is what I use at the studio and it's simple but works great. All you have to do is plug in the usb to your computer and start playing."