This is a very quick promo video utilizing a PDF flyer produced for a 2017 Earth Day event held at “Let Them Eat Chocolate” in Chicago and co-sponsored by AuthorsBroadCast.com. A good example of how we can help you create quick cost effective social media video for event promotion or other business promotion. *Graphics and…
Here is another music video produced by Reno Lovison for Boom Shot Records. “Not Your Fool” by Rohan “Indian” Murray and Stylee Mon with Tony Aiken & Future. A Reggae vibe with dope rap. Video recorded at Wild Hare Chicago. Thanks to Kevin Gubish, Hassan Omar and Steve Thomas for your production assistance. Thanks also…
This music video production was another enjoyable opportunity to work with flutist, composer and performance artist Janice Misurell-Mitchell. The piece is based on the poem, “Karawane” (or Caravan), written and originally performed by Da Da poet Hugo Ball in February, 1916 at Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich; it is considered one of the first sound poems. Janice…
I shot this Reggae band music video for Tony Aiken and Future at the Wild Hare in Chicago. This is an overdub performance shot multiple times from various angles then edited with some posterization and other lighting effects.
Music performance video production shot at the Roots Room in Chicago. We used two cameras and shot the song multiple times from various angles while the musician performed along to a pre-recorded track for synchronization. In post-production we added some additional visuals, lyrics and lighting effects. This is a perfect solution for a small budget demo, shot in one session and in one location.
Reno did an outstanding job putting together a music video for me for a good price. His work is very creative and emotionally resonant. He’s also a good guy and a pleasure to work. He was available to work quickly, and he delivered a final product within two days! I would highly recommend. -Brian J
We will create a captivating “Musician Profile Video” through a live documentary style interview. The video can be uploaded to our Youtube channel and/or your channel. The uploaded video can then be embedded on your website to help your fans and booking agents better understand your musical journey. We will submit your video to Chicago Cable Access Channel to expose the artist to a wider audience. Other distribution options are also available. Contact us to learn more about the process. We are anxious to answer any questions you may have.
Simple video production showing display of Polish Regional Costumes at that Polish Center of Discovery and Learning in Chicopee, MA featuring an impromptu performance of the Chopin Nocturne in E flat performed on the Polish Center piano by Julie Lovison.
This is a situation where the client had a few videos that were shot by someone attending an event where he was performing as a strolling violinist. He wanted to include the videos on his website to demonstrate himself “in action.” His first problem was the videos were shot in .MOV format which is difficult…
This Inaugural Concert of Chicago’s Windy City Winds, Mark & Sarah Mosley co-conductors, was video recorded from the balcony of St. Paul’s Church in Lincoln Park. Simple one camera video production from one position.
Musical pedagogue Dr. James Lyke, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois talks about his collection of piano arrangements based on the songs of Irving Berlin. The collection “Play it With Music” is published by Lee Roberts Music Publications and is distributed through Hal Leonard Music. We produced this somewhat impromptu video onsite LIVE at the 2015 MTNA Conference in Las Vegas, NV. Dr. Lyke’s description of the pieces is accompanied on the piano by his co-arranger and collaborator Geoffrey Haydon.
This is a good example of how to take advantage of the resources at a trade show or conference to promote your products. It is often a perfect time when all of the knowledgeable stakeholders are available in one place and the venue offers an active and energetic backdrop for your production.
Geoff put me onto the YouTube video of Say It With Music. I thought it was great! Thanks for putting together that amazing video. I usually don’t like to see or hear myself, but this time, I did.