Neither you nor I are done making mistakes. At least you’re able to acknowledge yours.
If any of my items end up being rejected, I just upload it to another website.
^ This is where you can get the watermark itself.
Once you’ve downloaded it, make a separate copy of the item you want to submit, and merge that into your song. Then convert that file into an MP3. And there’s your watermark.
I am very curious about which of you studied music. Having never played a single instrument, being unable to read musicnotes and not having theoretical knowledge of genres doesn’t keep me from making music, but sometimes it feels like it would all be so much easier!
What bothers me the most is being unable to translate a melody in my head to a composition in time. Drives me absolutely nuts! Thinking about taking music lessons just to be able to translate the melodies in my head to a sheet.
Anyone else have these problems? And how does having studied music benefit you in making your music?Greets, Martijn
To be honest, listening to music has contributed more to my ability to compose it than studying it. Sound is an art, whether musical or not, and needs little technical study outside of basic operation.
For me, it’s 90% intuition and 10% technical knowledge. I don’t even know what the word Hertz means but I know the difference between 11025Hz and 44100Hz.
Just be glad it wasn’t anything like Fukushima.
My portfolio is made up entirely of sound effects, mostly of a magical nature. Magic is what I specialize in. I’m also a foley artist in case you’re wondering.
I applaud you for taking the time to examine each and every portfolio.