Maybe I`m little bit off topic, but does it really matters what DAW you work in? Maybe more important that your hands grow from the right place.. I don`t know But this Bitwig looks pretty sweet and cool, I watched their demo video.
hands and ears and of course I think that every DAW is good, just not for everyone! We all love our own daw even if it is worse than other in some case!
What really gets on my goat however, is when I see my follower count drop then suddenly rise in a matter of minutes, only to realise it’s authors doing that follow-unfollow-follow routine, in some kind of half arsed attempt at getting more exposure, and vampiring off the back of someone else’s success.
This has recently become a huge pet peeve of mine – there are 3-4 authors who have been doing this on my profile page for several months now, and it’s super annoying, and kind of sad. I don’t like to call people out in forums, but it’s pretty obvious who is doing it if you occasionally check the profile pages of some of the top authors.
It would be better to be able to see all followers, but in lieu of that, it would be almost as good to just randomize who displays in the visible list.
To the OP’s question, I’ve had followers drop off for many other reasons, e.g:
EDIT – oops, my gripe was meant for my non-exclusive account (I forget who I’m logged in as sometimes). I don’t have the same “vampire follower” problem on my exclusive account
- A buyer who was following you only as they were searching for songs for a project
- An author who has left (or been kicked off) Envato
- An author who is just following you so you’ll follow back, and then unfollows you once you do
- An author/buyer who simply wants to filter the authors that show up in the new items list
Okay Okay! I will stop doing that to you if you stop doing that to me
The funniest thing, is that Luca made this post when he wasn’t a reviewer yet! And now he is! So how is it Luca? Is it the same as you’ve been picturing?
Thanks for replies guys, I did return the device back to the store and I think I will go with focusrite 2i2 or Presonus Audiobox vsl 22, both got 2.0 USB, the difference is Focusrite doesn’t have midi ports, as well I use Presonus as my DAW, and I’ve heard that Presonus device and their DAW go hand in hand together. And as for firewire, my laptop doesn’t have the port . So USB it is.
Addictive drums are actually good. You do know that they have different packs as well for different styles? Try BFD Fxpansion as well, pretty cool software.
Did you guys think of such a scenario… A high school kid buys a track for a project he has to submit in his school, or maybe just for a personal use. And then he gives it a 1 star in hopes that other people will not buy it, so he would have a somewhat unique track. Or claim it as his own in a school project, in hopes that it will not be discovered.
I really do not think that this is done by other authors, because #1 it is stupid, and who is to guarantee that a potential buyer is going to find a (1 starred track) vs Your track. You would literally have to buy the whole Audio jungle for it to work. And #2 it cost real money to do so.
Hey guys! I need your knowledge/opinions. I got my self a Presonus Audiobox and I have found out that it is a 1.0 USB not 2.0 that is why the price was cheap. Now they do have an Audiobox 22VSL which is 2.0 usb and ofcourse higher in price. (they just look exactly the same so I did not realize)
Any ideas? How does it effect recording mixing and such.
I have no idea why people use Ozone, I looked at the price of it, and it must be cool. I personally haven’t used it my self. But as well I looked at the video about Ozone, and it seems that my DAW (Presonus Studio One) has all those things already included in it.
Now as for the loudness Marb67 you can use a Loudmax plugin. I cant find the link to download it, but I have it on my comp, so If you do not happen to find the DL link, I can always send it to you, it is free.
I am searching for one too. I think I am gonna go to an actual store so I could feel them all and touch and you know…
And by the way, I am in the same boat, Not a piano player like you, so I am going to be looking at a small one as well.