Here’s the almost finished product. Some kind of glitch in the beginning. other parts need to be tweaked.https://soundcloud.com/audioaftermath/saws-release
It sounds like the mix and master is very quiet. The composition is very static. Just not much going on. That’s not to say that no buyer could get any use out of it. It could be used as an eerie background or something. And the fast strings don’t really match what is going on in the lower part. Perhaps it sounds a little too experimental to the AJ reviewer’s ears. Hope that helps in some way. Just my opinion.
... bass / low frequencies ? https://soundcloud.com/rt-of-venture/positive-commercial-3-preview
It’s still waiting for review, but I thinking of withdrawing this and remaster again.Cheers
Doesn’t sound like it to me…but at the moment not listening on the greatest system. It’s sounds pretty cool
So I’ve been commissioned by a local artist/author to do a couple pieces for a soundtrack. He specifically wanted me to take influences from Blade Runner. This particular piece involved tension and action.
What do you guys think?
Only to 1:25 is pretty much complete. After that it’s just to show the main themes. Any feedback is welcome. Thanks!https://soundcloud.com/audioaftermath/work-in-progress/s-hyLc0
Is someone just teasing me? So after my broadcast license, no sales in 7 days. Kind of frustrating. What a roller-coaster.
Erick_McNerney saidReally? I was under the (apparently mistaken) impression that there are 25-30… I guess some are more Google-savvy than others.
I think there are like 1,500 + RF sites
A large part of those are dead or dying, then some are the boutique ones where only a handful of people (sometimes even just one) are providing the music for those sites. Then there are the new kids around the block, very hopeful and many of them with super well designed websites but frankly the vast majority of them will run out of money for the huge hosting costs needed to run such a site within a few years.
Big sites like AudioJungle that let anyone in there are only a few, I can name about 5-6 but a few of those I’m pretty sure will be closed up within a few years too.If you are interested go look up the “Music Library Report” I bought a month’s subscription and I saw nearly every single site listed which is why I know all this.
You’re right. At the moment there are only 3 sites where I receive any kind of significant income, and I think I am registered in about 5-6. I just got my first sale on a site I have been in for about 5-6 months—although only 5 tracks submitted and accepted. I think it probably is worth only focusing on a few of them at a time. Spreading your time on too many sites will probably yield little payoff for the effort. But If someone has all day to work on this, maybe they do have the time to research and find more sites. I too registered for the Music Library Report, and found a lot of the sites have dead links. AJ is certainly one that is going to be around for a while, along with another one that does a lot of marketing and advertising (I’m sure you all know which one I’m referring too).