Posts by AlumoAudio

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AlumoAudio says

Oh wait, the email says “50 tracks and get up to 50 free detections.” so it looks like you simply get 50 detection then no more *instead of 3 months last time). I’m not sure it’s worth going through the effort.

Haha, you’re absolutely right Gari! How on earth I missed that is beyond me. Just found it now. Totally sucked into yet another charade of marketing BS!

Right, everybody back to celebrating sales, nothing to see here lol!

EDIT: Hold on, it says 50 free detections PER MONTH? Hmmm, so maybe not that bad?

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AlumoAudio says

Ok well i create a new account then. I just thought tunesat might have issue with the same tracks being on two accounts. By the way I do know the answer to existing detections. Since it’s a new account and the “free” account doesn’t include retroactive detections I assume everything detected on the new account will be from this point forward so old detections will go “by-by”.

Well, maybe I’m jumping the gun a little here! We’ve certainly not received any indication that our existing accounts will be ported over to the new free account, so it’s the only thing existing users can do I guess.

Would be a tad annoying if we get notifications telling us that it already exists on the system however. Just have to wait and see!

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AlumoAudio says


Sorry to unearth this thread, but just discovered that TuneSat is now finally offering a free subscription (ie. it’s no longer on a time limited trial), to monitor televised/web usages of up to 50 tracks. A premium account will be needed for monitoring anything over that…

https://tunesat.com/tunesatportal/home

I’ve received the same e.mail ;) Probably it’s a stupid question, but one thing is not clear:

do I have to upload tracks with or without watermark?

Personally, I’ve uploaded without a watermark to ensure more accurate detections.

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AlumoAudio says


Sorry to unearth this thread, but just discovered that TuneSat is now finally offering a free subscription (ie. it’s no longer on a time limited trial), to monitor televised/web usages of up to 50 tracks.

A premium account will be needed for monitoring anything over that…

https://tunesat.com/tunesatportal/home

Yeah I got the email about that too. What I’m uncertain of is do I simply use my account I made for the free trial or do I need a new account? Also I uploaded more than 50 tracks for my free trial so technically I am over the “free” account track limit. I wonder how this will work and if I can remove any of the existing tracks to make it work.

I’m in the same position, but from what I can tell, no, you’ll have to start afresh. Also, it mentions after uploading that once tracks are submitted to fingerprinting, they can’t be removed.

I just set up a new account there with a different email address and username, re-uploaded my mp3s and submitted them to fingerprinting. I’m also curious to see if it picks up on the previous detections from my old account.

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AlumoAudio says

Sorry to unearth this thread, but just discovered that TuneSat is now finally offering a free subscription (ie. it’s no longer on a time limited trial), to monitor televised/web usages of up to 50 tracks.

A premium account will be needed for monitoring anything over that…

https://tunesat.com/tunesatportal/home

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AlumoAudio says

Thanks for posting this Antonio. Very interesting read, and also can relate to quite a few things spoken about there. Bookmarked :)

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AlumoAudio says

I’ve actually been trying to get back into the world of using outboard hardware synths to compliment my software ones. Currently, quite a few of the sounds I’m using in my work come from my Novation Bass Station II and MiniNova, and occasionally my Roland TR-707 drum machine from 1985!

One thing I’ve definitely come to realise over the past couple of years is how much I miss the hands-on creativity that’s involved in using hardware synths. There something about dialling up sounds and essentially fiddling with a picture on a screen with a mouse, that doesn’t fully hit that creative mark for me.

Untethering yourself from the computer and messing with real knobs and sliders in a much more satisfying experience. Sometimes I’ll lay in bed with my MiniNova on my lap creating and editing patches for future tracks! (Yep, I don’t live with my girlfriend at the moment. That would NEVER be allowed if I did!)

However, always on the lookout for new tech, my attention has been drawn to the new Roland System-1, which features a new so called ‘plug-out’ technology. Basically, where software plugins can be physically loaded onto the keyboard’s RAM. An interesting concept. But I think it goes to show that many people aren’t quite prepared to work completely ‘in the box’, as it were.

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AlumoAudio says

Haha, lock pinkies Jake! ;)

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AlumoAudio says

Tim, I don’t see anyone by the name of “Ben”. Perhaps you know folks’ actual names, but I can only identify them by AJ names? Which poster is “Ben”?

Tim’s referring to Ben’s (aka bzychan) post here, which incidentally you replied to on the next page! ;)

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AlumoAudio says

Good job Gari! Keep it up dude. Personally I think you should have waaay more than that, but there you go, the wonders of AJ!

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