YouTube Music has been around since late 2015, but it only started becoming a viable music service in 2019. It makes sense for Google to utilize YouTube's existing library of music videos, remixes, and cover songs to create one massive music platform. But one downside is you get a lot of the music video versions of songs instead of the album versions. Thankfully, you can change this.
Move over, Hype Williams, it looks like Snapchat is about to take some of your music video-making business, and pop rock group Maroon 5 is the proof.
Music producer Mark Ronson, fresh off his Oscar win for Best Original Song as a co-writer of "Shallow," the song by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper for the movie A Star Is Born, has now added augmented reality to his varied repertoire.
Heya Everybody, I have a brand new tutorial online - this time covering the topic of Music Video Editing and basic workflow processes like converting footage from a Canon 5D.
Slugs are the bane of a gardeners existence but they are not going to win this war! Watch this funny, short music video, YES, music video that will have you tapping your toes and memorizing tons of ways to kill a slug! It works!
Weeks before the music video for Nicki Minaj's Sir Mix-a-Lot-sampled single “Anaconda” dropped, an internet frenzy was sparked thanks to the help of an extremely racy cover image, several promo pictures with her "dancing" with label-mate Drake, and a teaser clip that showed Nicki twerking that hypnotizing booty.
Ever wonder what your brain looks like while you're singing? No? Neither had I, but as this music video for the song "Better Man Than He" by SiVU (aka James Page) will show you, the answer is "pretty cool."
The last six months have been filled with ups and downs for international music superstar Ariana Grande, but she's starting 2019 on a new, virtual foot, powered by Apple's iPhone TrueDepth camera.
Pop princess Ariana Grande has had quite the year. She released her second consecutive number-one album and is on the cusp of her first headlining tour in the U.S. early next year.
Usually, the camera adds 10 pounds, but with a new augmented reality effect in Like's mobile app, the camera can actually make you look slimmer.
So you've learned all of the dance moves to Gangnam Style and made your very own papercraft version of PSY that dances whenever you want him to. Now it's time to take your obsession a step further—by making yourself the star of the Gangnam Style music video. JibJab, the custom e-card site, has created a free tool that lets you use any photo to replace PSY's face with yours (or whoever you choose), then share the video with your friends.
If you haven't heard of Korean pop sensation, PSY, then you really have been living under a rock. Or, you've just never run across any other human. Or, this is your first time on the Internet.
While both Rdio and Beats Music look to be developing support for Chromecast, Spotify has kept their distance from the Google dongle, focusing instead on "several prevailing priorities."
News: Microsoft Mixed Reality Capture Demonstrates the Future of Music Videos via Volumetric Capture
Video may have killed the radio star, but will volumetric capture and augmented reality kill the video star?
There have been enough music artists releasing Snapchat AR experiences over the past week to fill a small festival. Count them with me: Bruno Mars. Gucci Mane. Kodak Black. Missy Elliot. Imagine Dragons. Panic! At the Disco.
It's tough to keep pace with Apple lately. As expected, only one day after the public release of iOS 11.2.5, the company released iOS 11.3 to developers. A day after that, Apple pushed it out to public beta testers, too. With new Animoji, more transparent battery information, Apple Music receiving music videos, and more, this update is the one to watch out for.
Lady GaGa and Beyonce blew up the charts early in 2010 with "Telephone" and the music video featured more of the awesome dancing and imagery that has made GaGa videos and concerts famous. Watch this video to learn the choreography and steps to the dance done during the last chorus in the music video for "Telephone".
"Jef with one F" from the Houston Press compiled a list of the 10 best steampunk songs, but it's really a collection of the best steampunk music videos. There are some amazing videos in the collection, such as this one, "Brass Goggles" by Steam-Powered Giraffe. It's not the best-looking, but it's a great performance.
Most Westerners who are familiar with J-Pop have strong feelings about it one way or the other. If you're one of it's many obsessed fans, watch this video to learn how to do the dance from the music video for "Boom Boom Meccha Maccho" by Japanese girl group Gyaruru.
If you want to do your hair like Selena Gomez has it in her ballgown scene in the music video for her song "Who Says", check out this video. It will teach you how to do a similar inspired look with all drugstore products.
Taylor Swift is one of the most talented and most beautiful musicians to grace the pop stage in quite some time. Her latest single "Mine" lives up to the legacy of her past hits by being insanely catchy and having really clever, deep lyrics. If you liked the makeup look she rocked in the music video, watch this. It will show you how to recreate that look yourself. No word on how to replicate the blonde guy though...
Ke$ha is a music and style icon, for better or worse, and her look in the her most recent music video "We R Who We R" will further the latter. Watch this video to learn how to recreate her hot blue-based look from the video at home
You may love Lady Gaga's crazy "Alejandro" music video; you may not. But there's no disputing that her dance moves are well played and very sexy.
Katy Perry is one quirky cutie who always puts her own spin on looks on the red carpet. Whether it was her shocking Smurf blue hair at the MTV Video Music Awards or her glittery cat eyes for her "California Gurls" music video with Snoop Dogg, she's always ahead of the game.
Did the world need another Lady Gaga? Apparently so. 2010 has brought us another techno-pop-starlet to love / hate: Kesha. She's become a fashion icon rather quickly, and this video will show you how you can use one of her looks yourself. Specifically, you'll learn how to create an approximation of the make-up look from the music video for "Take it Off".
A good video can turn a mediocre song into a smash hit, while a bad video. Well, that's just embarrassing. While MTV doesn't really play music anymore, the internet is flooded with good old fashioned music videos. This how-to video will offer some tips for making yours stand out of the crowd. You don't need to be too literal, but try picking a style. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to make a music video.
Not everyone has the aplomb to stage name themselves after a color and keep their hair that color forever, but Pink has done just that. If you want to imitate her remarkable good looks without the dye job, watch this video to learn how to do your makeup like hers in the music video for her song "Raise Your Glass".
G-DRAGON is one of the biggest names in K-pop, and like many K-pop stars of late is an absolutely phenomenal dancer. Watch this video to learn all of the steps to the dance from his music video for the song "Heartbreaker".
This makeup tutorial will help you look like Beyoncé Knowles in her "Why Don't You Love Me" music video, specifically the scene where Beyoncé is crying on the phone, smoking a cigarette. It was a great look, and a makeup look that can be worn everyday! It's strong and sensuous, so be careful.
Umbrella lights are the surest sign of a photo shoot in progress, and allow you to create all sorts of clean well-lit looks for photographing people especially. This video will show you how to use them in film to create a glamorous look often used in music videos.
exist†trace is a popular Japanese all-female metal band, and their singer Miko is something of a heavy metal beauty queen for modern times. This video will teach you how to replicate her makeup look from the band's video for "Vanguard".
Math, chemistry, physics can all be a very difficult thing to understand. But if you have the right teacher, then it can make life a bit easier. Maybe even a music video explaining it can be a bit easier. In this tutorial, if you're having a tough time with calculating the percent error, this music video may be what you need. So check it out and good luck!
Before you even try these dance steps, make sure you watch the official music video for "Can't Be Tamed" from Miley Cyrus. It's definitely a departure from the younger Miley we all knew and love, but she's growing up and her dance moves are more sexual than ever.
This tutorial shows you how to set up a very stylized shot that's ideal for shooting music videos. Choose and set up the right kinds of lighting setups, and then make sure you get just the right camera angle for your project.
It may not be her song, by Beyoncé Knowles steals the spotlight in Alicia Key's music video "Put It in a Love Song". Beyoncé looks lovely and exuberant, and her eyes are reminiscent of butterfly wings. This is not an everyday makeup look, but it would be perfect for carnivals, stages, or night out on the town (for someone daring enough). Try this makeup look out now!
This tutorial shows you one important lighting fixture for filming music videos - the ring light. Make your own ring light, and then learn how you can use it to greatest effect when you're filming your next music vidoe or indie project.
Looking to change your YouTube Favorites to an mp3 to carry them with you everywhere? In this video, learn how to do so with the help of a download from dvdvideosoft.com, and this tutorial. Instructions for are listed below as listed by videomaker, vakama380:
This software tutorial will show you how you can rip MP3's from music videos or any other type of video. If you have heard songs in videos that you just have to have, this tutorial will shows you how to extract the song from the video as an mp3.
The details about Lady Gaga's newest album, Born This Way, are still sketchy, with rumors floating around about confirmed songs and release dates, but nothing has been confirmed officially, except that it will be released in 2011, sometime after Gaga's done promoting her Monster Ball Tour.