A tutorial on tutorials? Genius. YouTube is lousy with tutorials, and that’s a good thing – if I want to know how to do something, I go to YouTube. It’s the fastest and simplest way to get information, and usually many other people are having the same issues as me.
But most tutorials also suffer from the same problems – a lengthy intro sequence, rambling introduction to the topic, a wealth of useless excess information, and an overall lack of getting to the fucking point. Tutorials don’t have to be big productions, but the ability to make a moderately polished product with decent audio and a neatly packaged message will make repeat customers much more likely.
So without further violation of the principles espoused within, I give you Glenn Fricker: