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GoPro Attached to a Trombone Captures Footage Synced to Music

Every so often, we come across a creative video created by someone who decided to mount his or her camera to somewhere or something strange. Examples include a wedding bouquet, inside an underwater torpedo, on the back of a corgi, on a stick, and on a sword.

Here’s a new clever camera-mounting idea that has the web abuzz: for the video above, trombonist David Finlayson (a member of the New York Philharmonic) recorded himself practicing with a GoPro camera attached to the instrument’s slide. The resulting video has camera moves that are perfectly (and naturally) synced with the background music!

(via Laughing Squid)


Update: Well, shucks — it appears that Finlayson has pulled his own video…


Update: Finlayson has the same video available for viewing over on his personal website.


 
  • bgrady413

    You may want to take some motion sickness pills before viewing! I think ther should be more videos with different instruments playing the same song, now that would be cool!

  • Mansgame

    I feel dirty.

  • http://www.vincentmorretinophotography.zenfolio.com/ fast eddie

    Just waiting on that vein in his forehead to burst…

  • Slade

    The music isn’t synced to the video, it simply is a recording of the performance.

  • Bob

    No it isn’t. You can hear his faint breathing sounds. Check your ears.

  • Nathan

    The motion of the camera and its position are in perfect sync with the sounds being made. That’s what they mean.

  • Bibisson

    Video removed by user :((

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000037741321 Abdul Kadeer High-Definition

    why is it removed? :(

  • F200

    motion sickness alert!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/albin.roussel Albin Roussel

    This put a big smile on my face!