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Big Channel Announcement!

Hey Guys, it's CODstra! Over the past two weeks, I've been debating if I should stop making videos. The reason for this is that clips for my popular series, Piano Improv, have getting too hard to get.

To make up for the lack of PI videos, I've been uploading other videos, but half of the comments I get on it are people complaining that It's not Piano Improv.

So I've made the decision that I will continue to upload funny moments on Call of Duty with my friends, and anybody who continues to complain that I'm not uploading Piano Improv's will be banned from my channel. (It'll filter out my cool subscribers from the ones that are dicks ;-3)

Have a nice night! -orCODstra iiIi|:-3

Who is orCODstra?

My name's Matt. I started playing piano when I was about 8 years old. I took professional lessons for about two years, and after learning the basics of it, I decided to learn on my own. I've never liked the "traditional" way of playing piano. Hell, I've never really liked the traditional way of anything. Anyways, instead of learning theory and reading sheet music, I decided to take up improv, or just playing things off the top of my head.

Years later, I got interested in gaming. While developing an obsession with the Call of Duty franchise, I started watching YouTube videos on the games. I was particularly interested in "trolling", which was all the rage at the time. I was inspired by those videos to start a series of my own on YouTube!

I started thinking of what I could do. Keeping in mind that my two biggest hobbies were gaming and playing the piano, I thought it might be fun to go into Call of Duty game sessions and provide everybody with a piano concert. The concept was designed to annoy people, but it backfired. People ended up enjoying it and it's developed into a series I'm still creating today called "Call of Duty: Piano Improv"!

Who is orCODstra?

My name's Matt. I started playing piano when I was about 8 years old. I took professional lessons for about two years, and after learning the basics of it, I decided to learn on my own. I've never liked the "traditional" way of playing piano. Hell, I've never really liked the traditional way of anything. Anyways, instead of learning theory and reading sheet music, I decided to take up improv, or just playing things off the top of my head.

Years later, I got interested in gaming. While developing an obsession with the Call of Duty franchise, I started watching YouTube videos on the games. I was particularly interested in "trolling", which was all the rage at the time. I was inspired by those videos to start a series of my own on YouTube!

I started thinking of what I could do. Keeping in mind that my two biggest hobbies were gaming and playing the piano, I thought it might be fun to go into Call of Duty game sessions and provide everybody with a piano concert. The concept was designed to annoy people, but it backfired. People ended up enjoying it and it's developed into a series I'm still creating today called "Call of Duty: Piano Improv"!

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