I discovered this through Avicii’s youtube channel:
he’s doing a collaborative project called ‘Avicii x You’. Check it out at http://www.aviciixyou.com
I think this is awesome that a big musician does something like that, and thought this would be interesting for Audiojungle authors, since here are awesome musicians. I myself love his music, so I definetely give it a try, just for fun.
I’d say for you it’s more important to make your thumbnail look good and make it stand it out in a special way! there’s thousands of authors you have compete against, and the first thing a buyer is looking at is the thumbnail…. I wouldn’t say they judge by the thumbnail, but they might prefer to listen to one more than the other! at least that’s what I do when I buy something.
- produce more music for audiojungle and make it to the popular section
- get the red paw
- get rich or die tryin
but on a more serious note: spiders & other insects
glad to see the shopping cart in the survey! that would be a big improvement!
thank you both! I definetely dig more into Ableton! I like how you can compose a track by recording the clips in the clipview!
so amazing… I admire this guy since the day he started here!
are you sure? for me it seems they’re just randomly placed!
I use FL Studio since ever, but I actually tried to use other DAW’s through demos, but never actually could get something done within a time of 20 – 30 minutes, trying to figure it out myself and asked myself why is it so complicated?
I tried Reaper, Studio one, Ableton. for my personal preference Ableton was the best of them to work with.
I didn’t tried Cubase, Nuendo, Reason, Sonar yet. Cubase 3 once I think, but not the newer ones.
so can someone give me some recommendations, tips or advice. as you can see from my AJ portfolio, I’m still kind of a newbie/part-time musician (at least from my point of view).