Combine up to nine superimposed video tracks into one message about a topic.
what's going on? pic.twitter.com/45lZMWWyBY
— FUNNY (@VideosOfComedy) November 7, 2015
he killing it ??? pic.twitter.com/8Ck226xVSW
— FUNNY (@VideosOfComedy) November 8, 2015
Okay, you may not have the harmony capabilities of the featured videos tweeted by @AcapellaVideos but you ought to be able to come up with a way to create a message in a short video, either featuring your voice/audio multiple times, or done as a team.
You should use headphones to avoid recording feedback from other recorded sounds. They play as you record so you can harmonize or synchronize.
After creating an account, you first choose the layout style- there are many options. I would suggest starting with a simpler one. Fifteen seconds is a good length of time.
Click a square to record, and fill the time with whatever sound, spoken words you want to add. Review, and click the green check mark to save. When you add a second one, you will hear through your headphones all of the other audio; this is to help you with timing. You might think about layering sounds, or even alternating, as a short conversation.
After all of your segments are recorded, experiment with other features, such as changing the volume, or panning the sounds from left to right, and modifying the text overlay (watermark). When done, just pick the service you wish to share; YouTube is a good option or you can just tweet your Acapella message.
Either way you will have a public URL that you can share it in the response form below.
Example for "An Acapella Message":