Do these prices still apply today?
I was just about to start a new thread asking the same question when I noticed that this one is still open.
The reviewing process always seems slower when you re-view the progress bar over and over again.
Okay, here is the item I was talking about:http://audiojungle.net/item/freezing-crystalization-pack/5909156
Let me know if this is what you’re looking for. If it isn’t, then by all means, contact me privately and we can take it from there. I have a livestream channel where we can create the sounds you want step-by-step with your feedback along the way.
If this IS what you’re looking for, then I want to thank you for your time and patience.
You know what I would do in this situation?
Instead of taking down every video on Youtube that features your music, use it as exposure and look for ways to direct the viewers to you, your profile, your item, or wherever you would like, possibly by posting a comment on the video or contacting the person that uploaded the video in private.
If you can’t stop one, don’t stop any of them. This may sound a little crazy as people worry all the time about their content being uploaded on youtube for free, but with the right attitude and some imagination, what most people would attempt to take down could actually be used as some pretty awesome viral/word-of-mouth advertisement.
If it weren’t for the Numa Numa Guy (Gary Brolsma), O-Zone probably would not be as famous as it is today. Think about that for a few minutes and then decide if you still want to take the videos down.
Now if the person that uploaded the video says that the song is theirs and not yours, then yeah, that’s when you want to take the video down. But don’t take down what could be the very best form of advertisement there is if you’re at least being credited.
The review queue can change like the weather. That’s why it’s best to upload items continuously and regularly, so even if people have to wait 12 days for an item that was just submitted for review, they won’t have to wait as long for something else to be reviewed.
Okay, thanks a lot guys! AlumoAudio, I will do that. It seems they are selling the singed-over version AND my original instrumental version on iTunes, Amazon,...?! What the hell?
When someone attempts to wrong another person, a force greater than we can imagine always sees to it that the wrongdoer receives some kind of retribution. Not only does the punishment fit the crime, but the longer it takes to show up, the greater the penalty.
It doesn’t do you any good to worry about things that are outside of your immediate control. The best thing to do is do what you can and then relax, knowing that the person who is committing the crime is about to be in a much sorrier state than you are right now.
If I were you, I’d just keep making music. Don’t let the ne’er-do-wells stop you from making great music. Thieves don’t just rob material riches, they rob you of your mental resources and energy as a by-product. They also keep you preoccupied and fearful of their next move. Do yourself a favor and let them wander into their own prisons. Most thieves are easily caught because there are no courses to my knowledge that teach successful theft.
Look at it this way: No thief would steal unless the thing they’re trying to steal is valuable. Your music then must be valuable.
Hope this helps you feel a bit better.
“What you do to or for another person comes back in kind, greatly multiplied.”—Napoleon Hill
Icy Impacts was a good try blinn, but maybe take away the explosion and add a phaser with a higher pitched wooshng sound.
I’ve got another pack on the way that I call Freezing Crystallization. This pack doesn’t have the explosive effect you’re referring to. It should be online in about 3-4 days at the current reviewing speed. After the pack comes online, I recommend that you evaluate that item first and if it still doesn’t satisfy your needs, then we can arrange for a private discussion and take it from there. Will that work for you?
By the way, thank you for taking the time to evaluate the item I did refer you to.
If you use Audacity, you can find three different options for white noise. There’s white noise, pink noise, and one option is called Brown Noise, which is the softest out of the bunch.
I really don’t understand why people spontaneously aren’t reading what I’m saying. A short, sound as in sound effect, not a musical track.
You’ll find that happens to everybody when they post any thread like this one. That said, there are still people who take the time to read your posts.