How much will this cost ??? The simple answer is "call me". There are many variables that affect price.
Here is an example of my preferred way to work.
1. Your well rehearsed band will arrive on the video shoot location.
2. We will mic every instrument and voice seperately. Then we will record the audio portion of your band live till we get a take you like.
3. We will remove the microphones, stands, cables, and sound dampening cloths. We then light the set and set up the video cameras.
4. You will then "lip-sync" your performance to your recorded audio with both cameras rolling. Then we move the cameras and "lip-sync" the performance again. The shoot usually goes very quickly. My goal is to keep the session as short as possible to keep the energy up.
By recording the audio first a few good things happen. I'm able to mix the audio later and get a good stereo mix. Any small mistakes can be fixed later by controlling the mix or lifting audio from another take. Also, the video will "look" better without all the cables and microphone stands in the way. People want to see YOU, not your microphone. I use two 1080p Hi-Def cameras, and by going thru the song twice I make it look like it's a four camera shoot. You will be able to concentrate on how you look, instead of worrying about getting every note right. The audio you record during the video portion of the shoot will not be used, so any flubbed notes won't ever be heard, you are free to enjoy yourself.
I will do three songs this way for $750. For a limited time I will do a fourth song for no extra charge..
(The Turkey Creek String Band doing the audio portion of the above video)