My guess would be the whole Harlem Shake craze is simply about winding down its a quarter-hour of fame.
14: fifty-one... 14: 52... 14: 53...
Yet wait! While there's nevertheless a shred of awareness left, you've got the perfect time to make your own video lessons. Free Android app Harlem Tremble Creator Lite and iOS iphone app Harlem Shake Creator HD (both on the same developer) make this ridiculously easy.
In case you've been off-planet for that past month or consequently, a Harlem Shake vid starts out with one person, usually masked for absolutely no particular reason, doing a bit jig to the eponymous track by Baauer. Other people within the scene remain oblivious towards action, until around 15 mere seconds in, when... well, see by yourself in this representative example. (Even CNET employees got in on the action. )
Typically, if you wanted to create a video of your unique, you'd need to pick the song, shoot your video, edit that video with some type of software, overlay the audio at the best point, add 2 seconds of slow-mo at the conclusion, and so on.
Along with Harlem Shake Creator, all that boils down to a fairly easy point-and-shoot process, complete using simple instructions. Step one particular: the individual dances. Next step: everybody dances. (Or flails. Or perhaps punches a doll-baby. You get the idea. )
The app plays the actual music over your telephone or tablet speaker during each one of the two recorded segments, so you won't need to rely on people moving to silence. And it tacks on the prerequisite slow-mo at the conclusion, a nice touch.
Once the video has been photo by you and processed because of the app (about 2 moments, all told), you can play the video to determine how it turned out and upload it directly to YouTube. If you want the choice of saving it for your Camera Roll, you'll have to spend 99 cents (or any buck, in the case from the Android version) to uncover that feature.
Even if your Harlem Shake already feels played out, that doesn't mean you can not enjoy the fun of getting your own videos. This app takes all the work out of it, letting you focus on the more, er, creative factors.