I’m excited to announce that my new collection of royalty-free cinematic piano music is now available!
And I’m offering it at a special price to celebrate the release.
The collection is called “Looking Forward”, and you can get the details and learn more about it here:
Thank you to everyone who has already purchased it, and for the very kind notes people have been sending me as feedback.
People have been telling me the music is “beautiful”, “awesome”, “very useful”, and “needed”.
While I love hearing that it’s beautiful (thank you!), my favorite description there is “very useful” because that’s why I put this collection together in the first place…to provide something useful.
Anyway, if you haven’t already taken a look, click the link above to learn more about the new cinematic piano music collection.
I’m excited to announce that I have something new coming soon. Take a look at this video:
This video demonstrates how you can change the text inside a template in Final Cut Pro X.
One of the great things about using templates in Final Cut Pro is that they’re a great way to add visual interest to your projects in a fast and easy way.
By the way, if you haven’t already seen it, you can also watch the video on How to Use Drop Zones in Templates inside Final Cut Pro.
I have a new thing coming soon. Here’s a short teaser video…