They might be afraid that the music can be better then the actual footage and people might just turn off the image and listen to the soundtrack.
I met some people who were doing C movies (they were pretty good actually). And of course regarding music, they were telling me they mostly work with people who would do it for free and this way, get some publicity for their work as well…
But I guess, 17$ is totally close to free…so, why not go for it? Good question. Maybe they don’t know about how markets like work…I’ve heard from people which didn’t quite understand the licensing, got confused and just went for some other ways of procuring music. What other way? Contact a musician (or wannabe) which does it for free or quite cheap and signs you a paper giving you full rights
Ahh man thats sad news…Although I barely touch a guitar, I was inspired as a musician by Paco since early teenage times. A huge loss for everybody.
Rest in peace Paco!
Hey Orpheus! Thanks for your reply. I tried to contact 2 authors but no answer by now… I guess i have to look for more active people. do you happen to know what are the usual fees for such editing work?
Thanks once again!
I would need some AE Project Files for some presentations and stuff and I found some wonderful ones here. My problem is that I don’t have a clue how to edit them. I’m a total noob regarding this!
So, once I buy one or more items, how could I edit them by myself? I understand I need the AE CS4 or 5. Do I have to buy it? Is it possible to work with a demo version or something? I mean…I wouldn’t buy the whole thing just to make 3-4 projects…Thank you very much for your help guys and keep up the great work!
Good luck with sales!
Yeah totally recommend the Forest Kingdom Ethereal Voice…such a real feel to it and you can easily create your melodies with it. Nice one Graham! Here’s my Forest Kingdom stuff (Choir is from Olympus, Duduk from Desert Winds) :http://audiojungle.net/item/hope-of-an-angel/5566417 Too bad it only sold once
First of all, thanks Kurly and Adrien for your fast replies.
Regarding what Waderman and Adam are saying…I am quite happy with adding the watermark myself. Sometimes I have to adjust the volume of the watermark depending on the track. Also, it happens that I add it, lets say every 10 seconds as usual, but at some point I do it after the 9th or 11th second, just to prevent it from falling in the middle of a certain melody phrase.
I’ve heard somewhere ( some track from Tim M if I remember correctly ) a pretty cool AJ watermark, it had some effect on it and thats why I was asking. Also, I’m working on some tech-industrial tracks and was thinking to make the watermark somehow with the same flavor. But then again, this might make it easier for people to use the preview without attracting too much attention on the logo
Was wondering…is it allowed to edit the watermark? Put some effects on it or stuff like that? Or, can another watermark recorded by the author be used? ( with the same words ’’AudioJungle’’ or ’’ Envato’‘
I think it depends on the purpose of each track. If I know the style and genre in which I want the piece to fit, then yes…I go first for a suitable chord progression, find a good form, then find the right beat and keep adding up instruments (whether solo or accompaniment).
But when I just get to the keyboard and feel like doing something…its different. Ideas can come (or not) and even the smallest things can inspire you. A certain emotion, a memory, some music you heard and appreciated. It happens a lot that I get inspired by a certain instrument…I play it, I see what I can do with it and then start building up around it. Thats the kind of work that I like more than the pre-arranged setup one
No really…that blue is soooo bad. It doesn’t fit to any other thing around here and it really makes it look kind of amateur. It’s just…another color