Congrats dude! Sales are a good motivation aren’t they?
No way, I’ve just now seen the Hitler Dolla video. I almost cried. So ridiculously funny!
I haveDolla Hookworm has created a YouTube channel. I’m hopingHe’s hoping that many songs will spawn for “and but dollar had purchased” and “load bearing hookworms”. I think with the help of you guys here on AudioJungle we could really get this started and turn it into some hype. Or not haha! We’ll see. So far there’s only 1 video in the channel – by Allen Grey. Will more follow? I’ll make one of each when I find the time, but it won’t be this week.
Check it out here: Dolla Hookworm on YouTubeIf you made a new song/video, you should contact Dolla Hookworm, through YouTube, or by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers
I’ve just found this! AMAZING hahahahahaha WHY!? WHY!? WHY!?
Congrats Pavel! Really well deserved with the amount of stunning tracks you have uploaded.
I believe Pavel has actually quit his job now and is writing music full-time, which is very inspiring. I can only imagine how difficult it was to maintain that job and commute everyday, plus writing music.
Here’s to the next 200!
Here are some that I can think of:
E-Flex – Momentum: http://audiojungle.net/item/momentum/4176987
MCDenny – Looking for Love: http://audiojungle.net/item/looking-for-love/4433648
I know exactly how you feel, especially these last couple of months. Uploading new tracks is a big help fo sho. It’s just finding the time!
Great news, congrats! Good luck for the rest of the month
WillBedford saidYeah I once used to lecture audio post production for film and video at a University!
It’s all 1’s and 0’s to me – Baffled from the UK!
HahaI had to do a 10 page technical report on digital audio for uni last year, so it’s kinda baked into my skull
Well I am going to have to pick your brains sometime then Graham!
44.1 or 48, 96 and so on are the sampling rate frequency. It means how many times a second your system is sampling your audio signal in order to make it digital. It got nothing to do with the audio frequencies we hear or don’t hear.
It’s got everything to do with the frequencies we hear. In order to produce a full cycle of a particular frequency, the wave needs to be sampled twice, to give us the high and low points. In other words, the sample rate needs to be double the highest frequency you need to reproduce (the Nyquist limit), plus a bit more to leave headroom for the anti-alias filter roll-off.In consumer audio, the highest frequency you need to reproduce is is 20k, so a sample rate of 44.1 is fine.