Spinning a Record to Pieces at 12,500fps - The Slow Mo Guys

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  • Published on:  Saturday, June 2, 2018
  • Gav and Dan take 1 piece of vinyl and spin it so fast it becomes about 50,000 pieces of vinyl. The results are obviously captured by a very high speed camera.


    Thanks to Vision Research for lending the Phantom v2640.
    Spinning a Record to Pieces at 12,500fps - The Slow Mo Guys


  • The Smart 1
    The Smart 1  20 minutes ago

    Musical Dust... what a wonderful word

  • Damien R.
    Damien R.  2 hours ago

    "Golly. Gosh, me."

  • Carter Spencer
    Carter Spencer  3 hours ago

    Cool video

  • Fortnite Let's Plays With Foster

    i dont feel so good

  • Sr Binho
    Sr Binho  yesterday

    Sou o único brasileiro que assisti esses videos

  • Patrick Ward
    Patrick Ward  2 days ago

    Here's one of the songs from that LP. https://fapgem.com/video/H2di83WAOhU/video.html
    Purportedly the number 1 song for 1957

  • Frigoli Frigoli
    Frigoli Frigoli  2 days ago

    try scratching a disc with a knife and see if it will crack there in slo mo .

  • Be9Concepts
    Be9Concepts  4 days ago

    If you cracked 1000 records this way would you be able to tell the music genre from the patterns of the crack?

  • Lonnie Moore
    Lonnie Moore  5 days ago

    A-Friggin'-Mazing! First time I've seen one of your videos, and I'm hooked! This is like Visual Crack!

  • Stroki Nonce
    Stroki Nonce  5 days ago

    This breaks my heart watching this

  • DeadlyLink
    DeadlyLink  6 days ago

    It's nuts the things you find at 3am

  • MatchstalkMan
    MatchstalkMan  6 days ago

    James Dyson disliked this “so, because we’re using a motor from a Dyson, it’s a really fast Hoover motor…”
    It’s a really fast “electric motor” Dan, from a vacuum cleaner. Hoover’s a brand name in its own right.

  • klaas muller
    klaas muller  6 days ago

    This is record breaking record breaking

  • HunterPlays Halo
    HunterPlays Halo  6 days ago

    well looks like they
    Broke a record
    Get it...no?

  • Xenniah Stinson
    Xenniah Stinson  6 days ago

    The first time the record broke I vibrated my hands

  • Arcyllis Icewhisper

    What does "wallballing" mean? Or am I just mishearing a word?

    • Arcyllis Icewhisper
      Arcyllis Icewhisper  4 days ago

      Or, perhaps I am mishearing the word "warble"

    • Lonnie Moore
      Lonnie Moore  5 days ago

      I'm guessing it's a British form of "Balls to the Wall" which translates to Full Throttle! ... or not.

    INERT  7 days ago

    This channel is the Gallager of YouTube.

  • Murdock BA
    Murdock BA  7 days ago

    finding a natural frequency of an object is fun to do. you can see the sine wave form, and then a second wave, the cosine begins to from. as this frequency transfers, from sine to cosine the record bursts. too many stresses.

  • Vyziion
    Vyziion  8 days ago +1

    Bullet slow mos???

  • David Masawe
    David Masawe  8 days ago

    that's cool