Audiovisual production techniques are ever-changing, but the effective strategies identified in insights and principles remain unchanged. Invariably, it is the presentation of both isomorphic and concomitant relationships within visual music works that tend to produce the best results. While concomitant relationships are easy, relying primarily on synchresis, isomorphic relationships are more difficult to synthesise. For this reason, I include two examples of fabricated isomorphic relationships below - the first is focussed on an approach where the audio is driven by the video materials and the second where both audio and video components are created in real time through a process of user interaction.