video

From your Instagram grid to your media kit, video content is a must when making your music stand out.

We offer a selection of video production services to suit your style and your budget.

Single Camera

This ‘live-lounge’ style production is perfect for social media and promotion.

Set up in either The Club Room or The Night Room, you can choose to perform live or mime to a pre-recorded track. The example video was recorded live.

Filmed and produced in 4k by Rhinocorn Studio

A single camera video is a great way to connect with followers, keep your online presence fresh and give gig goers an idea of your performance style!

Multi-Shot Music Video

Ready to pull out all the stops? This multi-shot music video is ideal to accompany a new single release, add to your YouTube channel or include on your website.

Set up in either The White Room, The Forest Room, The Club Room or The Night Room, it includes full stage lighting for added oomph.

Filmed, edited and produced in 4k by Tess Ryan Film

This example uses our multi-coloured lights, but you can go white, warm, cool or static if that is a better fit for your style. Please get in touch for further lighting examples.

Single Camera | Audio Sync

Single Camera | Live Performance

Multi-Shot Music Video | Audio Sync

How does it work?

When you book a video session, we will go through the different set up options with you and work out which room will best suit your style.

Before you arrive for the filming we spend time preparing the room and lighting. There will be time before we hit record to incorporate your equipment (instruments, amps etc.) into the scene.

If you’ve been to Rhinocorn before you’ll know there is no pressure atmosphere at the studio. Most musicians need a few takes before they get ‘the one’ and that is absolutely fine!

Once we have ‘the take’ we wrap it up and get on with editing.

After the shoot you’ll recieve a WeTransfer file with both 4k and lower resolution versions of your video.

Need something else?

Drop an email to info@rhinocorn.co.uk and we’ll see if it is something we can make happen!

How does it work?

When you book a video session, we will go through the different set up options with you and work out which room will best suit your style.

Before you arrive for the filming we spend time preparing the room and lighting. There will be time before we hit record to incorporate your equipment (instruments, amps etc.) into the scene.

If you’ve been to Rhinocorn before you’ll know there is no pressure atmosphere at the studio. Most musicians need a few takes before they get ‘the one’ and that is absolutely fine!

Once we have ‘the take’ we wrap it up and get on with editing.

After the shoot you’ll recieve a WeTransfer file with both 4k and lower resolution versions of your video.

Need something else?

Drop an email to info@rhinocorn.co.uk and we’ll see if it is something we can make happen!

Coronavirus Update

Please read the below information about our new booking policy and changes to studio use.

Booking and payment
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  • Payments will need to be made at the time of booking.

  • Again this is to minimise contact from gathering in the reception and allow us to clean rooms.

  • Bookings are fully refundable when cancelled more than 48 hours before the time.

  • If you want to book in bulk, just drop us an email. You don’t need to pay for all sessions at once – we can set up an invoice at the start of each month.

  • We are no longer accepting cash.

 

Social distancing in the studio

  • Maximum of 6 musicians per rehearsal.

  • ​Musicians should wait outside or in their cars if they arrive early, and enter the studio only at the time of their booking.

  • Please use as much of your own equipment as possible: the less shared gear the better – singers please bring your own microphone if you can (and if you don’t have one, now might be a good time to invest – singing causes the most amount of germ spreading!)

  • The Chill Out room should be used to enable social distancing in the corridor – please move into the chill out room to allow space for people leaving the studio.

  • ​​Musicians are asked wear masks in communal areas of studio (reception, corridor, and kitchen).

  • Once in rehearsal rooms musicians (especially singers and brass instruments) should face the mirror where possible, rather than facing each other.

  • There will be hand sanitizer in the reception area and kitchen area, please help yourself!

  • Rehearsal room handles and communal equipment will be cleaned with anti-bacterial spray between bookings.

  • Anti-bacterial handwash will be available in the kitchen and toilet.


Thank you for being so patient and understanding.