Dartmoor band ‘Fallen Cedars’ perform “Dear Friend” in 360 VR with spatial audio
Recorded live at April Media Productions.
Fallen Cedars are rooted on the edge of Dartmoor. A band created from a diverse range of musical backgrounds and creative wishes. They play original songs and a few obscure covers.
They describe their music as uplifting, languid, lilting and melodic; a sound of indie folk mixed with lounge; acoustic and electric.
- Find Fallen cedars online at: http://www.fallencedars.com/
Fancy your own 360 VR video? get in touch. It’s the future…
IMPORTANT: To enable viewing in 360 VR, ensure to watch in Google Chrome or on the Youtube app and select the highest available quality for the best viewing experience.
Take a look around – try it with stereo speakers or even better with headphones on!
Plymouth band ‘Envy of Angels’ were in the studio this weekend recording their latest demo and took time out to take on the “Mannequin Challenge”
- Find out more about Envy of Angels
Tavistock based ‘SLM’ release their 360 degree VR Video ‘The Night’.
This revolutionary video is best watched on an iPad (select high 4k resolution) and features Sam playing all musicians in the band, with the b-roll running 180 degrees which plays on the premise that at the end of the day everyone loves the night-time!
A very complex video to produce which includes 24 hour 360 timelapse, accurately mapped by the kick drum clock, with all characters green screened and overlaid.
Fancy your own 360 Music video? get in touch. It’s the future and certainly brings a new dimension to the music video.
We are now also able to integrate Aerial 360 VR with no drone in shot – all very clever stuff!!
IMPORTANT: Ensure to watch in Google Chrome or on the Youtube app and select the highest available quality for the best viewing experience