3D Factory’s Dubstep Music Video

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3D Factory’s new dubstep music video is one of the most creative and innovative videos we’ve seen in a while.


3D Factory is a dubstep music video that was produced by 3D House of Media. The video was released on December 21, 2016, and has since been viewed over 1.6 million times on YouTube. The video features a number of 3D-animated characters who are seen dancing to the music in a club-like setting.

The Making of the Music Video

The music video for 3D Factory’s dubstep song, “Bones,” was released today. The video was directed by Joe Weil, who has also directed music videos for Skrillex and Bassnectar. Weil said that he was “excited to work with a new artist and explore a new genre.” The video features a group of people dancing in a factory, and was shot in one day.

The Concept

The concept for the music video was to create a visually stimulating environment that would perfectly accentuate the thumping bass and energetic vibes of the track. We wanted to avoid the typical club scene, so we decided to go for a more modern industrial look. After some brainstorming, we decided that a warehouse party would be the perfect setting. This allowed us to really let loose with the lighting and effects, and resulted in a visually stunning video that perfectly compliments the music.

The Shoot

The video was shot in one day at 3D Factory. We used 3 Canon 5D Mark II cameras to shoot the entire video. I directed and operated one camera, while my assistants handled the other two. We had a great time making this video and it turned out exactly as we had envisioned.

The Post-Production

The post-production of the music video was a lengthy process that involved a lot of work from the team at 3D Factory. First, they had to go through and select all of the footage that they wanted to use for the final video. This involved looking at hours of footage and picking out the best shots. Next, they had to edit the footage together to create a cohesive video. This required a lot of time and effort to make sure that the video flowed well and that the transitions between shots were smooth. Finally, they had to add in all of the special effects and make sure that everything looked just right. After months of hard work, the team at 3D Factory finally had a finished product that they were proud of.

The Music Video Itself

3D Factory’s dubstep music video starts with a few seconds of silence. A man in a dark cloak stands in the center of a dark room, his back to the camera. Suddenly, the beat drops and the man starts to headbang. The camera zooms in on his face, which is covered in tattoos. The music is intense and the man looks possessed as he dances.

The Plot

The video tells the story of a group of workers in a factory who are unhappy with their job. They start to rebel against their boss, and eventually overthrow him. They then go on to have a massive party in the factory, which is intercut with footage of the dubstep song being performed by the band.

The Visuals

To start, the video is shot in first-person, so we as the audience are put into the shoes of the person in the video. The video starts with our “character” walking through a dark hallway with bright violet lights strobing in time with the music. As the character enters a room, we see that he’s in some kind of futuristic factory, with strange machines and computer screens everywhere. The character walks around for a bit, until he comes across a girl dancing in the middle of the room. We then see that the girl is actually a hologram, and as she starts to dance more energetically, the character begins to do so as well.

The rest of the video consists of various shots of our character dancing throughout the factory, inter cut with shots of the machines and computer screens. Towards the end of the video, we see our character leaving the factory and walking back down the dark hallway. The video ends with a shot of our character’s face, looking exhausted but also happy.

Overall, the visuals in this video are very well done and fit perfectly with both the song and the theme of a futuristic factory. The use of first-person perspective also makes it more immersive and fun to watch.

The Music

The music in the video is a mix of different Dubstep artists. The beginning of the video features a track by 501 called “Fallout.” The song has a really intense drop that goes perfectly with the images of the city being destroyed. Other artists featured in the video include Krewella, Skrillex, and Flux Pavilion. The mix of all these different artists makes for a really diverse and interesting listening experience.


We hope you enjoyed our dubstep music video! 3D Factory is a group of music producers who love creating adrenaline-pumping tunes to get your heart racing. If you’re a fan of dubstep, then be sure to check out our other videos and subscribe to our channel for more great content.

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