We cater for any budget
Music videos used to have enormous budgets. At the same time the ability to produce such videos was well out of our reach. Experts and hugely expensive kit were required for every camera trick, equipment setup and then a team to organise all of this.
Thankfully, while some can still afford to spend millions, a music video is now within reach of any act. We know that funds are tight, but we enjoy making music videos so much that we are happy to make them at below the kind of rates required to sustain a video company. It’s great to be able to give something back to the music scene!
We offer 3 price ranges
- £349 – for a song made from footage of a live gig or short, basic studio/location shoot
- £499 – our staple package – perfect for a low budget, yet highly effective cinematic music video
- The Sky’s the Limit – £500 – £50,000
Feel free to mix packages between different videos. We can also incorporate unused live footage into future £499 videos too.
We hope you find one of these generous price ranges perfect for your video. As we need to run Pixel Factory as a whole on a commercial basis, budget music video shoots are limited so please don’t hesitate to get in touch and get yours booked in.
Shambolic – Instore Appearance at Vinyl Tap
1 camera shoot filmed in 4k of Shambolic’s performance at Vinyl Tap as part of the Huddersfield HAT Festival November 2014. 4k allows the editor to zoom in 200% and keep the full HD image which makes cuts possible. B roll shot during other parts of the set are interspersed. […]
Relics – The Circus (Live Performance Version)
Live performance version for the final track on Relics’ Beast Market Ep -The Circus.
Relics – Fankenkilla
Music Promo combining live performance footage and cartoon effects for a track from Huddersfield band Relic’s debut EP “Beast Market”.
Red Star – Smile Awhile (Live performance version)
Version of Huddersfield Town’s official song Smile Awhile by Red Star featuring only the footage at the live concert recording segment of the final video.
Silence Rises – Hard White Snow
First music video we shot for Silence Rises made from footage of a live performance.
Silence Rises – What Do You Know
2nd video promo for Holmfirth, Huddersfield and Leeds based band Silence Rises at their Studio in Slaithwaite, Huddersfield.
Nancy Ann Lee – When I Look Around
Music promo for Nancy Ann Lee which was heavily played on Country Music TV programmes and helped her attain the Best Female Vocalist at The British Country Music Awards. Filmed on the border between Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Rap Music Video for Bradford artist HD. Filmed in and around our go to studio in Huddersfield.
Shambolic Sleeping Gas
Music Video for Huddersfield band Shambolic combining a shoot in a local engineering works with one in their studio.
Instant Species – I Don’t See You As An Enemy
Silence Rises – The World Famous Lonely Crowd
4th Music Video we made for Silence Rises, filmed while supporting The Wedding Present at Middlesbrough Town Hall
Nancy Ann Lee – She Knows
2nd country music video for East Yorkshire based Artist Nancy Ann Lee, which helped her hold on to her title of Best Female Vocalist at the British Country Music Awards. Again, heavily played on British Country Music TV shows.
Shambolic – Sleeping Gas (Studio Version)
This is the initial video we made at the studio prior to the 2nd shoot at the engineering works. We feel it stands alone as a finished product.
Red Star – Smile Awhile
Music video we made to go with Huddersfield Town’s Official song Smile Awhile by Red Star in aid of The Huddersfield Town Foundation. Shot at various matches the stadium and training ground facilities. The song reached the upper end of the ITunes Top 10 Rock Chart upon release.
Relics – Death By Lead
2nd video for Huddersfield band Relics’ EP Beast Market.
Silence Rises – Shallow Water
3rd Music Promo for Silence Rises combining on location, projection and live footage.