#2
here's how they did it

record with one band
duplicate the track a billion times and layer it with very very small differences and a wee bit of reverb
film the video
line up with the song

tada

also lol at all the instrments that had to get set up presumable for days and days so they could actually get everyone there, have a view rehearsals, etc.
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#5
Quote by whywefight
I cant imagine it would be easier to fake than to do for real


I honestly dont know what would be easier to do.
Purple string dampener scrunchy.
#6
Quote by The_Blode
Legit or not...it's undeniably cool!

I never get tired of seeing it...and I get goosebumps.


The song alone is goosebumps material. Dave just knows how to write a rocking pop song.
Purple string dampener scrunchy.
#8
I don't see how all those amps could be plugged into a power source, seems like a fire hazard.

It looks like all the bass players and guitar players all had their own amps.

Maybe if they had a bunch of generators or something idk
Last edited by EyeNon15 at Aug 1, 2015,
#11
Quote by EyeNon15
I don't see how all those amps could be plugged into a power source, seems like a fire hazard.

It looks like all the bass players and guitar players all had their own amps.

Maybe if they had a bunch of generators or something idk


Well it's obviously gonna be powered by a larger power source.
#14
Quote by EyeNon15
With what? A few hundred power strips and drop cords?

I really don't know, most likely powered by some larger commercial/industrial sized building nearby with multiple panels full of circuits or multiple generators. I'm sure they used plenty of power strips which is not necessarily dangerous as long as the circuits aren't overloaded.
#15
Quote by The_Blode
Anybody know if there is an mp3 version of this?

youtube converter is your friend for that
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