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Lauren Santee's "LET DOWN" Official Music Video 'FilmConvert'

Lauren Santee's new music video, "Let Down" tells the story of a girl who just wants to have fun with her friends after her boyfriend lets her down.

Watch The Making of Let Down (Music Video) - https://vimeo.com/92621427

Note that this version is a 720p version of the music video that is optimized for fast playback on the majority of systems. It does not show the optimum image quality in terms of resolution and compression.

For the High Quality 1080p version of this music video go to: https://vimeo.com/81474112

Buy on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/truth-speaks/id480290298
Lauren Santee - https://www.facebook.com/LaurenSanteeMusic
Kevin Otterness - https://twitter.com/KevinOtterness
POSTHOUSE PICTURES - https://www.facebook.com/POSTHOUSEPICTURES.OTTERNESSFILMCOMPANY

Artist - Lauren Santee
Director - Kevin Otterness
1st Assistant Director - Adam Orton
2nd A

By Kevin Otterness
Panasonic GH4, KD 5207 Vis3
Lauri Schreck playing \

I was supposed to make an ordinary video presenting Finlands national instrumet the Kantele. Well, things got a little out of hand...

Anyway, first part of the song is done solely with Kantele (adding multiple guitar and other effects to it though) and then the rest is a little Dirty Loops inspired (they are just great!). The video was filmed at an old factory in Helsinki. I do play all the instruments on the recording and I've also done the whole music productions. This has been a fun project that I just had to do.

All instruments played by, music production, arrangement and mixed by Lauri Schreck

Video filming, editing and grading by Antti Kokkola

Audio mastered by Niklas Silen.

If you want to see or hear more of my music just visit
www.laurischreck.com

Special thanks to Timo Luukkonen for all the help!

Graded with FilmConvert

By Antti Kokkola
Sony A6500, KD P400 Ptra
Le large

This film is a music video about a desperate character who wants to see the sea. Here, the sea is a comparaison to real happiness but in reality this is a superficial hapiness.

By mateo colzi