Music Video: The equivalent of a record single, this popular medium allows a band or musician to visually express the emotional, political or artistic aspects of a song.
Live Performance: A live performance video for the web or DVD can be an exciting way to reach your fan base and allow them to enjoy your live show whenever they want. It is also an effective way to showcase your music for fans, prospective venues or record labels.
Band Promo: A short, precise video that only showcases the best of you and your material. A couple of songs interspersed with interviews can be used in a wide array of outlets for promotional purposes and as a way to brand yourself..
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Here are some amazing stats from
60 hours of video are uploaded every minute, or one hour of video is uploaded to YouTube every second.
Over 4 billion videos are viewed a day
Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month
Over 3 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube
More video is uploaded to YouTube in one month than the 3 major US networks created in 60 years
70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US
YouTube is localized in 39 countries and across 54 languages
In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views
In 2011 there were almost 140 views for every person on Earth
Is there a way to expand your audience beyond your local base, to a national base, or even global base?
YES, and it is called YouTube.
But how do you break through the noise of content out there?
By making a professional video that specifically targets your audience
The Jason Adamo Project
Over a period of two years Deano Pictures provided promotional video for The Jason Adamo Band starting with a music video from the band's album Transistor. Since the band was wrapping up a tour we created a virtual tour book with the song "Far Away From Here". The band then went into the studio and recorded their next album, Bricks & Mortar, which Deano Pictures produced 3 spots for. The first was a music video for their lead track "Foundation" and involved a story approach and the use of nostalgie via a viewfinder toy. The second piece was showcase of the band performing live which we shot at the Lincoln in downtown Raleigh, NC. The last promotional piece for this album was a live recording of the band on the G105 radio show, "Bob & The Showgram".