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SoundFix says

Had to make some sort of instrument in Max for part of my DIgital Signal Processing module at university and now it’s nearly finished. You can pretty much see what the features are in the screenshot below, although the step sequencer has a few not-so-clear things going on…

Anyone else use Max and has made something interesting? (I know Will Bedford is a bit of a Max wizard ;))

Here’s a screenshot. I’ll be doing a video later and will post a link, if you’re interested ;)

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SoundFix says

Maybe we should all just be thankful that AJ reviews items very quickly compared to many other stock sites. Anything under 30 days is a bonus in this business!

+1!

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What is the process actually like that makes review times so wildly fluctuate? At first at was a max 4-6 days, then 2, then 6-7, the 3, then 4, then 5, then 2 again, then 4-5, then 2, then a few hours, then a day, then 2, then 3, then 4, then 5-6 and then 9 now still 9, which has made me less inclined to submit stuff. What’s going on??? Why are’t the review times always 3 days? Why does it have to keep fluctuating?
Who do you care? It’s pretty obvious why it fluctuates; every single author doesn’t submit the exact same amount of files every week, and the reviewers don’t work the exact same hours every week, there are tons of variables that don’t need to be listed. If the review time remained the same, now that would be weird!
Because if there’s a specific reason it happens, it can be controlled better.
So they should hire on-call reviewers when they get a big influx of submissions?

What an absolute waste of money that would be

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What is the process actually like that makes review times so wildly fluctuate? At first at was a max 4-6 days, then 2, then 6-7, the 3, then 4, then 5, then 2 again, then 4-5, then 2, then a few hours, then a day, then 2, then 3, then 4, then 5-6 and then 9 now still 9, which has made me less inclined to submit stuff. What’s going on??? Why are’t the review times always 3 days? Why does it have to keep fluctuating?

Who do you care? It’s pretty obvious why it fluctuates; every single author doesn’t submit the exact same amount of files every week, and the reviewers don’t work the exact same hours every week, there are tons of variables that don’t need to be listed. If the review time remained the same, now that would be weird!

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SoundFix says

Very much deserved Luca. Keep up the awesome work mate! :D

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SoundFix says

Hi Guys,

Off topic but if a client wants to use one song for multiple videos and you’ve purchased a regular licence what has to be done to make sure your sticking within the rules? No profit made just youtube videos

Thanks!

A license for each video, unless they are part of a series, in which case you would only need one.

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SoundFix says

It’s a tough one! I’d say ambient is the closest description, but I may be wrong

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I spend a ton of time adjusting velocities and timings of MIDI notes quite often to get them to sound performed and imperfect, especially on drums (I sadly really enjoy humanising drum riffs haha) Then in the mix just the usual things. :)

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SoundFix says

This was inspired by Bonobo: http://audiojungle.net/item/atom/5416164

Good luck :)

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SoundFix says

Such insanely hard questions but if I have to choose…

Film – The Truman Show Album – Radiohead ‘In Rainbows’ Book – I don’t know yet…

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