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How To Make A Lyric Video

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Video as a medium has been blowing up in recent years. If you don't believe it, just take a quick scroll down your Facebook or Instagram news feed and you'll see that you are being inundated with video content, so when it comes to keeping up with the times with your music marketing, you just can't afford to ignore it.

There are various types of videos you can create, but lyric videos are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to get started. Lyric videos can help you to avoid some of the production costs that come with making a full-on music video, while still giving you something professional that you can promote on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. They also give fans a way to get into your material easier by being able to sing/rap along with you, and are especially fitting for genres of music with well-crafted lyrics which could otherwise get lost in a regular music video. So let's explore how to create a lyric video.

So how can you get started with making a lyric video?

  1. The first option is to do it yourself. If you have experience using After Effects (paid), Microsoft Photos (free) or iMovie (free) or have a friend that does, then it is certainly feasible to create the lyric video yourself, and this is the cheapest option.
  2. The second option is to hire a professional. Ok yes this sounds expensive, but it doesn't have to be. You can find someone who can make you a lyric video on Fiverr with prices starting from as little as $5! The price of course can depend on the length of the video, number of words in the song and how simple/complex the video will be, and remember that Fiverr is a marketplace where individual sellers offer their services, so make sure you do your research, look at the seller's previous work and read reviews from previous buyers. Click here to get started and browse all the options available, or check out the links to specific gigs below to get an idea of what you could get at various price points:

      Option 1 - starts from $5 for a full song with premium options available
      Option 2 - starts from $25 for a basic 1 minute video with longer options available
      Option 3 - priced based on the number of words in the video, starting from $125 for 150 words with other options available

    Another service we recommend is Radar Music Videos. They offer a matching service between artists and video directors and the process works as follows - you post a brief detailing what you need, and then directors will send you pitches. You shortlist the pitches, and decide on who you want to commission for the work. For lyric videos, the budgets start from around £100 ($130).

When you have finished creating your video, remember to upload it to your LoudUp profile to give you more visibility. Find out more about how LoudUp can help you to expand your fanbase.

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