Posts by JayPDC

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JayPDC says

Hi folks, I have a track I’ve created a few months back and was trying to find someone online who could maybe add something to it, preferably Low Whistle, Penny Whistle or Uilleann Pipes (something haunting that’ll sound great with the right reverb added)... but not strictly these instruments, maybe a nice live guitar or something… I think it’s just missing that live real instrument element…

It’s not a fast song, reel or jig… it’s an 88bpm slow melody.

Anyway, I’ve not had much luck in finding anyone and was just wondering if perhaps there are musicians on here who might be interested in having a listen and then decide if it something they could add to?

If anyone is interested maybe drop me a message and I’ll provide a private link for listening?

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JayPDC says

Done :-)

Thank You!

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JayPDC says



I think it´s the right time to start posting fresh christmas tracks.
Your 2014 tracks go here:
http://audiojungle.net/collections/2640006-christmas-songs
How do I add my track to your collection?
Only he can do it. He created a new public collection inside of his account. So he’s the master of the disaster. :)

Oh OK cool…Thanks… sorry I’m not familiar with the site just yet… learn something new every day! :)

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JayPDC says

I think it´s the right time to start posting fresh christmas tracks.
Your 2014 tracks go here:
http://audiojungle.net/collections/2640006-christmas-songs

How do I add my track to your collection?

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JayPDC says
Hi, I’ve added mines if anyone is interested… Christmas Morning http://audiojungle.net/item/christmas-morning/9476099 Thanks
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JayPDC says

You already gave an answer to your own question:
- You use the font personally – just to design the preview of your item, you don’t sell the font itself. I.e. the font is not included in your pack. You have used the font for the preview, but the preview is JPG, so it is impossible to extract the font from there – you don’t harm any rights;
- That’s why, giving a link to the font, you transfer the responsibility of using this font to the buyer of your item.

Oh OK that’s cool! Thanks for the reply!

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JayPDC says

How do these fees apply if our an Exclusive Author? I thought you got like 50% for that? Or is this something different?

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JayPDC says

I have a poster template created and wanted to use some fonts, some of which are listed as “Personal Use Only”... however I noticed the exact same font is posted on another site with the exact same name but listed under a different designers name and this site states that it’s for “Commercial Use”... however the font won’t install for me.

I was therefore wondering, when creating a template for submission to GR, is it still OK to do up a design, with the fonts clearly showing in the preview files, but not include them in the zip folder… I’ve read on here that as long as I include the name of the font and link to download it in the txt file it’s OK? But is it if the font states “Personal Use Only”?

Thanks

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JayPDC says

I noticed on GR’s Upload Instructions it states that “All items, regardless of file type, must have clearly indicated printer’s marks”

I was just wondering, if I was uploading a PSD file, what’s the normal format on here for creating the printers marks? Do I achieve this by setting some Guides in the Photoshop File or do I need to physically create a White Trim Line and a Yellow Safety Margin as shown in the image within the below link?;

http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/509/80/print-templates-submission-requirements

I would normally use InDesign but wanted to try submitting a PSD file for resale, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen options within Photoshop for Printer’s Marks they way they are in InDesign?

Thanks

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JayPDC says

You don’t need to fill out any forms here on Envato.

Thanks

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