As a Logic Pro X User, I've never been one to memorize to many keyboard shortcuts, which unfortunately made my workflow not so top-notch. For computer illiterate people like myself, using Elgato's Stream Deck as a Control Surface to do many functions inside Logic really speeds up your music sessions. This is a video that shows you how I created a Logic Pro X Profile for the Stream Deck, and the many features that before would require searching through menus or remembering a dictionary's worth of key commands, now all accessible with the press of a labeled button on the Stream Deck's screen! I hope this video shows how useful the Stream Deck is for Logic Pro X. If you aren't interested in doing all the programming / setup to get your Stream Deck working with Logic Pro X, I have all the Stream Deck Profiles I've created (including this Logic Pro X profile on this video) available for my patrons on Patreon. If this sounds more appealing to you, please consider subscribing to me on Patreon: https://ift.tt/342x5nO
Watch video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/7T-K84kUeMc by Anthony Bannach Music
First of all apologies if the video quality dips here and there, I'm still in the process of getting used to exporting video from premiere pro and figuring out about video compression settings. I'm quite a newbie at that type of thing. Ok, so if you are like me, you were insanely excited about the Finale JetStream plug-in developed for the Elgato Stream Deck. The Stream Deck is a cool device that although designed for people doing game streaming, can be used for limitless possibilities, including music making. The Jetstream application for the Stream Deck is a huuuuge workflow booster, and it makes using Finale and the whole composing/arranging process on Finale so much more fun and smooth. For PC users, I don't know how much of this video you will find useful, as the workaround I've developed is by using Keyboard Maestro, a Mac only program. I'm hoping it might give you some ideas on similar PC automation programs. In any case, when I pressed some of the buttons on the Stream Deck the first time using it, many of the buttons didn't run the attached Applescripts that would make JW LUA operate. But I found a way to get the Jetstream Controller working to it's full capacity by using Keyboard Maestro macros and a Stream Deck plug-in called KM Link to replicate all the necessary functions and more in my Jetstream Current Profile. This video details a workaround for you are having the same problems with Finale and the (Mac) Jetstream Finale Controller. Jetstream Finale Controller site: https://ift.tt/3arAPAc KM Link: https://ift.tt/31MiIRu Keyboard Maestro: https://ift.tt/1PmmBlP Elgato Streamdeck: https://ift.tt/2nW0tEI And if you don't feel like doing all of this busy work yourself, you can download all the necessary macros, my Jetstream Finale Profile, and other cool Stream Deck Profiles I've made if you become a patron of mine on Patreon. My Patreon: https://ift.tt/342x5nO
Watch video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/Vu8lH6XfqAw by Anthony Bannach Music
Here's a demo reel of some the film projects I've worked on over the years. The first two scenes are from my score of the 2017 horror film, "The Control Group."， which had my score produced by Michael Teoli. (Footage Courtesy of Point and Shoot Productions / Wild Eye Releasing). The next scene is my entry to the Spitfire Audio Westworld Scoring Competition. (Footage courtesy of HBO via Spitfire's competition). The last three scenes are from two open-source movies "Elephant's Dream" and "Tears of Steel". Open-source films (also known as open-content films and free-content films) are films which are produced and distributed by using free and open-source and open content methodologies. Their sources are freely available and the licenses used meet the demands of the Open Source Initiative (OSI) in terms of freedom. As such, I have a few of these where I've scored most of the project, so I'll probably post a few of the versions I've scored of these OS videos here on my channel. Here is a place to contact me if you have interest in my music for whatever you may be working on: Anthony Bannach's Fiverr Account
.Will post here about with updates about current works, music in general, likely many linguistic things, general thoughts, etc.