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Audience Feedback Response

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  • 1. What Have You Learned From Your Audience Feedback
    C.Dot Feat Levelle – You’re My..
  • 2. Male and Female Feedback Differences
    Audience Feedback showed us that the music video had a chance of being successful in the music industry.
    I noticed that the females were more susceptible to liking the song and connecting with the words on a deeper level and meaning.
    The majority of males on the other hand were less enthusiastic about the video as it conformed to typical conventions of Romanticism which is uncommon in the grime genre.
  • 3. Elements For Improvement
    After gaining feedback we realized that some shots were still slightly unsteady, something which a few people commented on.
    Many people were also unclear on the specific genre that we were trying to conform to. A lot of the audience thought that we were attempting to replicate the R&B genre until we told them that it was in fact commercial Grime but instead going against typical stereotypes of video’s.
  • 4. Overall Comments
    Comments were mostly positive, the audience claiming that they understood the storyline clearly and enjoyed watching the video.
    On asking whether they would go and buy the single and watch the music video again the majority of the audience happily said yes.

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