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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