A very interesting piece of music, I really like it, but I doubt it has high commercial value. That’s the thing with experimenting.
I love this vibe man! Really nice! Only thing you should listen to is the lower frequencies, The bass sounds too rumbling.
Hi folks, just got this track accepted, and was wondering if if was put in the right category. When uploading the item I thought I categorised it as classical-modern, but now it’ has been labeled as cinematic-romantic/sentimental. What do you guys think?http://audiojungle.net/item/too-late-for-us/9866293
Very ‘early-2000’s-Hans-Zimmery’. Don’t know about the commercial value though, I’m sure it has the potential to sell, but it maybe a little bit dated soundwise.
Beautiful. Shame that it stops so abrubtly though!
This idea just needs to come through! Would be super awesome!
Ticks all the boxes, I think it will do just fine
The main synth melody is kinda boring and lacks progression, and like Erick said: the two synths are really in each others space, which is super annoying. I think with some tweaks it could really work, though!
Sometimes a track gets rejected, another time it gets accepted… I think it is rather futile to dwell on those things for too long. Just make your music the best you can and if it’s consistently high quality stuff, it will consistently be accepted….
I guess it’s a balance thing. Balance in panning, balance in volume and balance in frequencies. I think the concept is nice, but for example the jingle bell-like sound (I guess it’s a tambourine) is panned a little bit too far to the left, the windchimes are a bit too loud and some of the sounds seem to drown each other out by being in the same frequency space.