A video shows the sounds of San Paulo when Brazil scores the World Cup.
Sometimes software developers are more creative with Sound than Sound pros themselves. Software engineer at Mozilla Corporation Claus Wahlers had the brilliant idea to film a video and record the sounds from his neighbourhood in the city of Sao Paulo during the World Cup match between Brazil and Croatia.
Starting from an unnatural silence, this fun video shows the urban soundscape suddenly transformed with screams and vuvuzelas when the goal is scored by the brasileira team.
Sound conveys (good) information, somebody could say in this case…
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