How to record Slow Motion Sounds (Exploding Tomato at 60,000fps)

12/27/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


In camera or post-production. People have been asking for years how slow-motion sounds are recorded.  The main problem is slow-motion cameras, like the Phantom V2511, have not the option of recording sound.  Today we can watch how slow-motion sounds is designed to understand how they get cool videos.



The sound magician behind all these effects is sound designer and composer Gordon MCGladdery.


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