That was a quick ride, congrats!
Yeah, linky linky brought in some extra traffic…4 sales and counting…
I don´t know what “Audio Files Included must be set” means, but I do know that previews are supposed to be 128kbps mp3s. Maybe that helps…
there are many sites on the web that will show you the average exchange rate of any given year. That´ll do it.
Many congrats, Tim!
I happened to assist a friend of mine recording a choir in a church and he was working only with condenser mics. While it´s true that those are very sensitive regarding ambient noises you should consider that you will have to locate them a few meters away from the choir – depending on its dimension. So in that case I imagine it to be quite hard to get a good signal into a dynamic one, but I´ve never tried it and would also be curious if anybody reported about good results with dynamic mics. Besides, the recording with the condensers turned out great, I´d defintely recommend them.
Love the new figures
Big Thanks again…
It could be said that stock music used to be crap, and probably that reputation is still around for some people. A friend of mine who used to have to pick out music to put behind automated phone services something like 10 years ago said something similar – when he heard the stuff that was available now he remarked that it was light years better than what he used to have to deal with.
I totally agree with that. I had to pick stock music for nearly 10 years as a radio producer and it really used to be bad. From out of hundreds of cds I used to work with say 10. But “stock music” definitely changed over the last years. When listening around here on AJ I can hear some much great music that I don´t even think about such tracks as stock music. It´s great music that just gets sold as stock music.
Hey Charlie, wish you a great time here!