Sorry for the double post. Had an unexpected error occur on submit and pressed resubmit.
Another one bites the dust
@FlossieWood Apologies Flossie, wasn’t exactly sure on Community guidelines for language but I guess I should have figured it out. Was just excited to finally be able to communicate with another dutchie on the envato forums. Won’t happen again though and congrats on your new position as a mod I might add
Hey there SiliconWorldAD!
Thanks for visiting the jungle. Here’s a track which might be suitable, if not for this project, perhaps for your next “Project Planet”
Link: Space Ambient
Easily loopable and not too overbearing I think, fits with a sci-fi theme.
You be the judge,
Hey there kinitex,
Why not try one of my nature inspired tracks:
Native American New Age
I believe there are a lot of elements in my track which suit your needs.
@SoundFix yeah no problem man, forgot to mention by the way – for bandcamp – : you must correctly tag your album in terms of genre and use as many as you can which you feel are related just like here on AJ They have a great tagging system for maximum exposure etc.
There’s a new service called Distrokid.com by the way which I believe was endorsed by founders of bigger ones like cdbaby (can’t remember exactly where I read this). Using it currently to distribute to all major online outlets (amazon, itunes, spotify, etc). Can’t compare it to other services as I haven’t tried any of them but from my view uploading etc went real smooth so you might want to look into it before going with one of the bigger ones in terms of pricing also.
As an artist with a couple of releases under his belt I can definately say Bandcamp is a superb outlet to sell your EP. It’s a website driven by people who actually still buy albums even if they are just “digital”. Great place to start and even collect some fans and sales. Try it!