Sometimes subtlety is lost when all you can hear in a video is thrash death metal and yes I could turn off the volume. Geeze, what an easy fix! Why didn’t I think of that before I started this thread? J
Watching a Jeep go over an obstacle with loud music blaring in the video masks how much gas they are using, or their lockers clicking, or a myriad of other sounds. On the trails I don't want to hear a loud loping cam cacophony directly in front or behind me the whole time I’m wheeling either, any more than have my eyes burning because the rig in front is using nitro fuel for their 600 hp modified rig. This happened to me in Hot Springs about 10 years ago and it was awful. A number of us pulled off the trail and let this fellow get way ahead of us, as he was also running open headers. We all had ear plugs in, it was so loud.
I prefer to hear the normal vehicle noise in a video and all the surrounding noise, than loud obnoxious music that attempts to induce adrenaline in the viewer, or boost the adventure, which IMO, does not.