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Smarter Every Day Shows You How Sounds Are Recorded For Slow Motion Videos

You see slow motion videos on YouTube, but recording slow motion videos means there is no sound.  So, how is sound produced for a slow motion video?  The YouTube channel SmarterEveryDay and Destin Sandlin along with Gordon McGladdery from A Shell In The Pit Audio shows you behind the scenes work to record sounds for a slow motion clip.  You also get to see tomatoes and bananas exploding in slow motion, enjoy!

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