The first in a series to help band directors, ed reps and parents make the right instrument rental decisions for their music students.
Here’s a new series we are starting for the Dixon Drum guys. Fun-yet-serious for the all-thumbs assembler.
The idea is to provide a service that people will find when searching for answers after the owner’s manual fails them. The idea is to also allow this series to grow and grow through the years, resulting in lots of exposure for the brand.
Just finised this one out for our friends at Brook Mays Music!
Texas-based Brook Mays and H&H Music present a powerful presentation for band directors when helping school boards make the best possible funding decisions for our children.
Industry-wide, world-wide, Maher’s video was voted first place by his peers… Dealers and competitors alike.
The idea is to make them casual enough to be compelling while laying on the sell, sell, sell right under the surface.
Can we build one for you?
This is an idea that came to me in the shower. OK… Too much information already.
Using Music Making as the theme, here is a vintage production for a local Petaluma business that talks to the kids but is intended to reach their grown-ups.
We understand Petaluma Pete is still around and very much for hire.
Blessed with a gifted son who is a Berklee College of Music graduate, a 5-year Roland/Boss product specialist, and now a full-time LA musician… Everybody wins… Mostly the client because this guy works CHEAP!
One potential pitfall of producing a factory tour (or in this case an adjustment tour) is the possibility of boring your viewer to death. You can avoid a lot of the mundaneness that goes along with this sort of procedure by getting up real close to the hands, along with lots and lots of edits to help keep the viewer’s mind occupied.
In this case, the client wanted the video to run longer than I usually recommend, in an effort to drive home the fact that an incredible amount of time and TLC goes into each instrument… certainly more than anyone would expect with a mid-priced student-level violin.
I just finished setting up the new you tube channel for the beginning of a whole Knilling video series. It’s still under development but you can see the progress by clicking HERE.