New effects and edits on my music video

Due to technical errors with my cut out in the middle of my music video, I have decided to change my music video in which was developed from advice I was given from a member of my focus group. I decided to split the interview into two parts which is defined in the music video. I have added a scratch/glitch type of edit and I slowed down the duration of my visuals and audio to make it all sound like a broken disc which resembles the ending of the first part to the song.

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The circle with the red is the scratch effect where the visuals and audio loops over like a record scratch. Before I did this, I had to do a lot of research online about how to do this effect on Premiere. I watched different tutorials which showed different things. I found a tutorial which showed me a way to do it more easy than the other tutorials.

Because of where I have split the interview, I have managed to create a two part story with the depiction of what he’s explaining with the musicĀ in the first part to explaining it in more depth with the rest of the interview in part 2 which then leads to how actions such as he explained can effect fans and inspired writers.

“Made In St Kitts” Album Cover

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This is my 6th edit of my album cover (digipak 1). I am very happy with the way it has come out and it has reached what I anticipated. The inside colours and edits turned out how I wanted them to turn out (Like the versions from my previous drafts) and the front and back cover have turned out extremely well. Personally, I can’t really think of any improvements to my album cover because it has turned out exactly how I envisioned.

An improvement is adding the rapper’s name to the album cover. For example, on the front cover, spine or back to establish that it’s the rapper’s album. Another improvement is the quality of the animated artist on the inside of the album cover, it’s a bit too unclear and blurry so I will have to sharpen it to make it smoother.