Is that title supposed to pique my interest and get me to comment or something? I think someone’s been reading one too many Weather Channel ads
Wait a minute…d’oh!
Hi there, you’ve got really nice track on your hands bub. My only critique would be to add perhaps just a touch more verb—most of the instruments sounded just a tad ‘closer’ than I would have wanted. And the clarinet is too loud.
Still, I would say that the above criticisms hold only if you want a traditional orchestral sound. Otherwise the track sounds fine as is. You’ve got a good ear for music
Yeah, that needs to be fixed. ASAP. Or my time here may be up.
I think it’s great when an author starts a thread to celebrate another’s achievement.
I’ve never started a self congratulatory thread since I joined in Feb 2013, not my style, but I’ve been fortunate to have my fellow authors and friends recognise milestones, and start threads to congratulate me on their own initiative.In turn, I’ve started threads to celebrate my friends’ 100 sales, 1000 sales, paw changes, weekly features etc. I think this is why the community here is so great – that despite being in competition with each other, we still always have time to celebrate each other’s achievements. Nothing wrong with that in my book.
Yep, that’s the way to do it
Welcome to the Jungle!
I’ll admit dude, as someone who has been in the professional music industry for a looong time (and I’m highly critical—as in highly critical), the track is legit. As others have mentioned, what probably threw off the reviewer was the regular switch up in time signature (sorry, I’m a neo-classical composer; not sure what else to call it). I would doubt the reviewers are all seasoned musicians who are able to recognize/appreciate some of the musical nuances; all they’re probably thinking is, “would this work well in a toothpaste commercial.”
But yeah, the track is (obviously) quite professional.
I would argue that it should have been accepted by virtue of the fact that it could always serve as a “trophy” track; that is, a track that is musically intricate and representative of your skill set, despite not having much commercial appeal. I have a piece like that. It was a cue I was contracted for and paid many times over the price on Audiojungle to produce for the client but here, it’s sold one copy.
Much of my music is cinematic, given that most of my portfolio is from film scores that I re-sell here. Dig this:http://audiojungle.net/item/peaceful-twilight/5575070
Yeah, I get alot of traffic through Youtube and Soundcloud. Those are some of the best sites for marketing, IMO! It always helps to have a website too, but that’s more for looking “legit” (even though it has nothing to do with the quality of your music…).
And with all the great themes available by our brothers over in Theme Forest, it’s super easy to build your own website these days.
It’s nice. Rhythmically, there are a few times where it gets a little off, but just by a hair. Otherwise, I dig!