navindra Del Vento Veritasium, everyone else I care for has at most hundreds of viewers.
Are these piano videos? If you could share some links to your "ideal" piano video recording, that would be great.
Veritasium is science popularization. The most piano-related topic that he covered (not that I follow him, so he might have others, because he is extremely prolific) is this one, relevant for virtual instruments only, of course:
Among piano, the most famous one is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChw5_uKK4gy-w8yzyTHLq1A
Then I watch our own
and (of course!)
And other ones from forum members such as you and @David B when you post them here or in one of the several competing forums 😉
Then I am attracted to more obscure players such as
I had a few more, but they started doing things that I did not care and when I checked back their subscribers had skyrocketed. So I guess the number of subscribers is very much related to the inverse of my interest. I guess two exceptions are
If you care about non-piano keyboards here are a few more
Long list, but don't think now that I watch them regularly, in fact I don't as we discussed elsewhere wrt my dislike for the way they manage YT. I don't care if these people post or not, I just occasionally check them out.
The only one I wished had done more videos (or papers or related work on this topic) is this guy -- which my understanding is that he doesn't own the channel, he was just a "passerby" of that lab and posted his work in a handful of videos and a dissertation: then everything moved on to other non-piano topics 🙁
Ah, speaking of technicians, I also occasionally watch
(I picked the latter just by accident of history, there are many more who might be better, including Emery mentioned above)