Vgrx first started making YTPMVs in 2011. He was a MLP fan who had a channel dedicated to MLP YTPMVs only (later closed for reasons not stated). This led him to seek out a new source. In mid 2013, he stumbled across "Hitler gets banned from Xbox Live". He later became self-motivated to try out the source. His first Downfall parody with a DPMV of "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" on July 25, 2013, making him one of the last second-generation Untergangers.
After making a few more DPMVs, the last video being released on November 19, 2013 called "[DPMV] League of Downfall" (deleted by YouTube), he went inactive for a year and a half. He later reveals that he had computer issues that prevented him from making videos during that time-span. On May 17, 2015, he made Hitler's Bazaar (Legend of Zelda), a DPMV of the shop music from Ocarina of Time. He has since made DPMVs regularly.
He has won an Unterganger Award in October 2013 for best musical parody, which was a parody of "What does the Fox say?", a DPMV later unlisted and remade, and also one in June 2015 in the same category with a parody of Katy Perry's "Roar". He has won several awards since then.
Following the release of his intended entry to the Hitler Tunes DPMV Contest, he announced his retirement, citing that the community was horrible and he wanted nothing to do with it. This was seen when many Untergangers pleaded against giving Vgrx the invite link for the Downfall Parodies Society Discord for an incident that occurred a long time ago.
On September 18, 2016, he closed his account. His various videos were re-uploaded by TraitorLoxoz and Gilblitz112. A full playlist can be found in the External Links section of this page. A channel has also been created to re-upload his videos.
His parodies were 100% dedicated to DPMVs and YTPMVs.
- Sony Vegas: Audio editing, rendering, and Sampling
- Melodyne: Pitch Modulation
- FL Studio: Remastering, EQ, and Mixing
- Adobe After Effects: Some visual effects
- Traditional Pitch Shifting: Using only a single program such as Sony Vegas' built in pitch shift plugin to accurately match a sample with the original audio.
- Sentence Mix: Taking existing audio samples from a source and editing them in a manner that allowed Hitler to sing.
- Audio Splice: Taking partial bits of audio samples to create a completely different sample with the help of Sony Vegas, FL Studio, and Melodyne. It could also fall under multilingual splicing.
- No BGM: A more challenging technique than traditional pitch shifting. It utilized all existing instruments that would originally be used in a song (i.e.: Lead, Synths, Kicks, Claps, and Chords). This style uses no BGM at all. The samples are the only sounds you would hear.