Viva Records

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Viva Records is the music label and videoke branch of the Viva Entertainment Group.

Logo (1998-2007)

Visuals: On a black background, an optical disk comes out from the bottom and goes to the center, as it then spins and flips into the "V" of the VIVA logo from the time. A yellow light appears on the left (and if you watch closely, a space background is seen as when the yellow light appears), the V goes near it and the byline "A VIVA ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY" moves in. A rectangle with a purple radial gradient (which moves) then appears next to the V, and the green words "VIVA" (spaced out) and "RECORDS CORP". then wipe in to the bottom in front of the rectangle. The logo would make a transition to the title and song list of the videoke release.

Technique: CGI.


  • 1998-2003: None.
  • 2004-2007: A synth piano piece plays when the disk starts to come out and when the disk starts flipping, a 6-flute note with twinkling sound is heard accompanied by a bass piano that plays on the D key. It then starts to rise, when the light comes in with some instruments starts playing, followed by a whoosh at the end for the Warning Screen to fade in.

Availability: Most likely to find on videoke releases from the Philippines.

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