Guitar Oscillations Captured with iPhone four

Posted by | Posted in Acoustic Guitars | Posted on 24-08-2011-05-2008


I just happened upon this trick when testing what it was like filming from inside my guitar. *Note this effect is due to the rolling shutter, which is non-representative of how strings truly vibrate. Guidelines: • You ought to have the strings brightly backlit to get the camera to capture at such a high frame rate (pure conjecture). You can see how the effect fades when the buildings come into view. • Use a pencil *This was utilized with the front facing camera, attempt the back camera, it might capture far better! (tried it, it did not look as excellent for me) There is a heated discussion with *real science* more than at reddit *UPDATE here is the ‘tracklist’ :14 – “Tears in Heaven” by Eric Clapton :56 – “Signe” by Eric Clapton 2:57 – Snippet of “Tomorrow Land” by John Scofield – the rest is just noodling around. Also, I never ever believed I’d be identified as a ‘youtube guitarist’, I just play for fun- I’m truly a motion graphics designer/animator. Check out follow me on twitter! http
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Comments posted (25)

It’s wonderful!!

What is the song at 1:00?

I just tried this and couldn’t get video results like that. It was just the normal looking oscillations that you see when you play normally. Guess I’m not doing something right.

Was it hard getting your iphone out? I always have trouble getting my darn picks out my guitar!

@Rayinthemoon Signe – Eric Clapton










tears in heaven ? sign …Clapton??(?0?)?!




















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