Southern Regional Students Release Second Lip Dub, With A Focus on Sandy
Hundreds of students, holding photos of Sandy's devastation, and signs of hope participate in the video.
Dozens of Southern Regional high school students along with their teachers produced Southern Regional High School's second Lip Dub, which features messages of hope for their fellow Stafford-area residents, who have been so affected by Sandy.
The lip dub is a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video. In this case, Southern students are lip synching over a medley of songs, by artists like Imagine Dragon and Phillip Phillips. The video was dubbed over in post editing with the original audio of the songs.
High School advisors spent the summer planning the student's first lip dub with Modern Media teachers Leah Lukas and John Kaszuba of SNN and Assistant Principal Joseph Medica.
"A lot of schools have been doing them," Medica told Patch earlier this year. "It is a great way to showcase the students' talents, show off what kind of school you are, and show your school spirit."
Lip dubs are done in a single unedited shot that often travel through different rooms and situations within a building, in this case, throughout Southern Regional.
The Lip Dub is posted on the Southern Regional website here. It features many students who were personally affected by the storm.