It would really have to depend on the music, and even then, it sounds more like something you would see from a regular music video. As i've heard voiced here before, well, typed, many of the things that might work for a music video don't work for a AMV. The viewer expects something to be happening on the screen, whether action, a slowed scene maybe, or just a still frame/image. When unable to do a more modern edit to match what the music is doing, just find a scene that has a mood that generally matches what you hear. a bit off topic, but i've been watching older, two vhs amvs to figure out why some of them can be so good, and yet simple. People still do just basic cuts, but they don't seem to fit quite as well with the music as the older ones. then again, you'd probably have to be very dedicated to do it like that. If your trying for dramatic effect, you MIGHT be able to stretch it to work, but for it go on for more than a few seconds would probably turn the viewer off.