tips for using music to soothe a baby

Preparing For A Music Video Production

This guide is designed to help musicians prepare for the process of shooting a music video. It is assumed that you already hired a production company, director, etc. While they will take care of all of the technical stuff, you'll still need to cover certain things on your end. 

The last thing you'd want to do is to show up on the day of a shoot unprepared. Making a music video is a costly process, so it's best not to waste time by being unprepared to get started.

The story

The most important aspect of any music video is the story. It doesn't have to be anything complicated, just something that keeps things interesting and ensures that the viewers pay attention until the end. If you hire a director, you should work directly with them to discuss what you want the storyline to be.

The shots

Now that you know what the basic storyline will be for your music video, you'll need to decide the specific shots you will need. By listing each specific shot/scene, you can make sure that no important part of the storyline gets missed during shooting.


If you plan to incorporate any props or characters with special makeup into your music video, you will need to prepare these things beforehand. Make sure you don't forget to bring anything, and bring extras in case anything gets ruined in the filming process.


If you plan on having anyone else appear in your music video, you will need to set things up with each person. It's important that you have written permission from everyone who will appear in your video. You must also make sure that everyone knows where and when they have to be and that they have transportation to and from that location.


The locations that you wish to shoot your video at should be scouted beforehand. You'll need to figure out whether you need permission or not to shoot at your locations, as well as things like sound and lighting. It's always best if you can shoot on private property that belongs to a friend or family member.

Food, beverages, and a restroom 

When you're busy with all of the other aspects of your music video, it's easy to forget about the basics. However, you and everyone else working on the music video will eventually need access to food, beverages, and a restroom. Having these things taken care of ahead of time will save you from unnecessary stress when you're shooting.

Contact a company that offers music video production services to learn more.

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tips for using music to soothe a baby

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