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    Analysis of Music Video

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    Analysis of Music Video Aphex Twin – Come to Daddy This Aphex Twin video is certainly one of the most dissimilar music videos that I have studied. It intertwines elements of different genres, to create a video so different to reality; it shocked the nation when released. The director, Chris Cunningham, wanted to make an impact with this video which he did with great style and distinction. Story/Narrative The video starts with quite a gentle and sombre feel to it, where you see an

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    Vertov.Montages are widely used in many other TV production areas like Advertisement, Dramas, News Programs and Music Videos. The Music Videos make excessive use of montages for the imagery in theirsongs; one of the examples is The Buggles- Video Killed the Radio Star (1971) which was the first music video to be shown on television at launch of MTV in 1981. Both Films and Music Videos use different approach towards editing of their shots, which plays a major role in maintaining balance between audio

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    A Detailed Comparison of Two Music Videos The video's I have chosen to analyse are from different eras. I am using Ashanti's 'Rain on me' video, which was made in 2003 and is in the category narrative. I am comparing this with Shanni Holiday's 'Locomotion', made in 1962 and is in the performance category, although it has a theme of trains in the video. The story of 'Rain on me', Ashanti plays herself; her boyfriend, who is jealous of her success, physically assaults her when they have

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    I am analyzing the music video for “Luv Deluxe” by the Cinnamon Chasers. The music video is about five minutes long; throughout the video, the primary focus is a couple that does not make the best decisions. The couple steals, does drugs, and ends up killing a man they recently met. In the beginning of the video, the girl influences the guy by encouraging him to misbehave with her. In the middle of the video, the guy starts influencing the girl to misbehave with him. Near the end, the guy changes

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    Creating a Music Video

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    Creating a Music Video In AS level production our chosen brief was to construct an opening sequence to a film based on the thriller genre that was no longer than 2 minutes long. This already differs to the brief chosen in A level as I chose to produce a music video based on the genre of my choice. A music video differs greatly to a film as I am concentrating on a completely different text within media. Different acknowledgement had to be considered when filming as a video uses different

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    probably always will. In prisons, you get one telephone call. Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” music video starring herself and Beyonc֢é Knowles takes an extreme take on prison life, sexuality, and the importance of that one telephone call. It debuted in 2010 as one of the most controversial music videos of all time and is compared to movies because of the way it was directed and it’s length [9:32 minutes]. The video starts with Gaga being taken to a prison cell at the "Prison for Bitches". She is guided

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    Music videos have come a long way in upcoming years, but how did they originally start off? Where did the idea come from and who invented it? Well the first video recorded in history is dated back to 1958 by Ladislav Rychman. It was just a music video or back them more commonly referred to as an illustrated song called "Dame si do bytu", It was independently recorded. So how have they evolved over time since then? By creative minds at work creating the video age to which we know today including 3-D

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    Michael Jackson’s iconic “Thriller” music video was released. A music video was something that had never been done before in the music industry. His popular song combined with the memorable video, ended up making him a pop sensation. Today, an artist creating a video to go with their newest song has now become commonplace in the music industry across all genres. For my project, I chose to focus on the Hip-Hop and Rap industry, as this particular style of music is especially popular with my generation

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    Music In Video Games

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    Music In Video Games Throughout the history of the video game industry, there has been many changes concerning music in video games. Music in video games progressed greatly within the life of the industry from 1972 to the present. These progressions can be seen as improvements in quality which includes an increase in the number of output channels, an increase in song length, a great improvement in the quality of timbres, and also a general shift from non- programmatic music to programmatic music

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    The Influence Of Women In Music Videos

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    Music videos have become a huge part of the music industry, acting as a marketing tool that adds a visual component to recorded music. The first music video was introduced as an “illustrated song” in 1894 by Edward B. Marks and Joe Stern (Indiefilm, 2011). The duo hired an electrician and performers to bring their single "The Little Lost Child" to life. Series of still images were projected on to a screen, while the duo played their song simultaneously (Indiefilm, 2011). Since then, music videos

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