Banshee Music’s Live Source Library is production music from a pure, original source – music performed live by musicians. The Live Source Library offers dynamic attention demanding compositions each in three production-friendly formats (Promo, Background and Remix) using the same tempo and key for seamless editing between all three cues. The three formats are new performances and arrangements (not cut downs) with helpful descriptions. Designed for TV, Commercial, Film, Trailer, Sports and Multi Media Applications.
Banshee Music's composers have an extensive history of use in TV and Film
60-second cues with edit-friendly hit points built in at :09, 14, 19, 24, and: 29. Natural musical transitions allow for swift editing, already laid out for the producer. All Promo pieces build to a climax at :29 and another at the end. Elements are isolated, with each cut containing breakdowns in loopable, edit-friendly lengths featuring percussion, solo instruments and sound design. Designed for quick and useful edits.
Live performances in a two-minute format useful for background/underscore and promo pieces. The Background format uses the same theme, but a new performance and arrangement featuring multiple edit points and transitions useful for both long or short form work. Each cue contains plenty of dynamic builds and explosive hits for a myriad of uses.
Live source performances and sounds totally remixed. These are one-minute remixes using the sound sources found in the Promo and Background versions along with new performances and sometimes completely different instruments. They have been drastically altered, twisted and splattered with sound design, sometimes beyond recognition! They are designed to be used in tandem with promo and background cuts (same tempo and key) but with drastically different and dramatic sonic branding.
The Sound Stories Volumes of Live Source are a hybrid of sound design and musical elements created for all types of media: trailers, film, TV and reality shows, commercials, branding campaigns, and sports applications. Each cue is at least one minute in length and split into two halves, making it ideal for separate and distinct uses.
Matt Sorum (Velvet Revolver, Guns N Roses)
Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown)
Victor DeLorenzo (Violent Femmes)
Malachi DeLorenzo (Langhorne Slim)
Greg Koch (Guitarist)
Johnny K (Producer, 3 Doors Down, Disturbed, Plain White Ts)
Willy Porter (Guitarist)
Keith Burns (Trick Pony)
Rachel Bolan (Skid Row)
Jim Riley (Rascal Flatts)
Jim Peterik (Survivor)
Paul Taylor (Winger)
Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters)
Los Lonely Boys