No one else???
Its a great track. I didn’t even detect an “accent” in the vocals. Enjoyed it. Good luck.
Thanks! I’m glad you like it! But I’m pretty sure my accent is not that good…
I’m still waiting for someone a little more critic
It really matters to me, since I hate non native english singers that you see ALL THE TIME in Europe and can’t even pronounce decently…(Romanian singers on top…).
I decided to ask for your help once again for my new track “Sitting On A Cloud”, it’s almost ready but I have to know if the lyrics sound alright for english native speakers and also my pronunciation (which I already know it’s far from perfect ).
The song is about escaping from every day reality and absurdity and watching the world we live in from the outside, from above, hence the title.
I liked the idea very much and I wrote this song very fast (it wrote itself, song-writers know what I’m talking about ), I even decided to leave some cliches like “way up high” just because in this contest seemed alright…(I mentioned this because I really hate cliches…)
Here’s the link:
Once I receive enough critics I’ll adjust the vocals and submit, but also feel free to critic anything you feel it’s not alright! You can even tell me it sucks if you think so…just explain to me why.
I hope to hear from you ASAP! Thank You!!!!!
And I have recently talked to people who have worked for companies willing to drop $300-$900 per song just so they know for sure that they aren’t violating the unclear license restrictions of AudioJungle. People who are looking for broadcast licensing have the money to buy a higher-priced license. This will definitely work out for Envato. I don’t know why more licensing options are not being explored… or if they are, it would be helpful to expect a timeframe for that to come.
I know licensing concerns have been discussed in the past, even by staff… but rather vaguely. I understand AudioJungle was shooting for a certain kind of market looking for affordability while we were growing… but now we’ve grown and could grow faster with more licensing options. The time for AudioJungle license reform is now. People will look at what AJ has to offer, see that it’s not very clearly defined and go somewhere else that is more clearly defined since they have the budget to do so, and paying a higher price now is better than getting sued later. Clearly defined licenses make sense for long-term marketplace sustainability. Which will help ALL of us grow – Envato AND authors.Let’s keep this conversation going.
I totally agree
Art-of-Sound has already explained very well about the license, but I’d like to go a little off topic (not much though ) and ask (once again): How is it possible that for a broadcasting use (of ALL kinds: radio, TV, regional, national etc…) ENVATO still does not have a separate (much higher in price) license…???
In my opinion selling a track for broadcasting is much more important than selling for re-selling purpose…People who buy for commercial for ex. have a high budget and their final product will always be something much more important than the usual web video…
I’m fine with selling with 17$ to an independent web project…BUT I’m pretty sure you agree that selling a track for that same 17$ and then seeing it (and hearing it) on national television tens of times a day is NOT quiet alright….
I’ve heard so many many times AudioJungle tracks on national television both in Romania and Italy… TimMcMorris, metrolightmusic, jhunger and so on…
Sorry for the long post and I know that has already been discussed but it’s something that still hasn’t been solved…
Hi! If I submit a song today for review can I still enter the contest??
Might I suggest that vocal tracks with lyrics be sold at a higher price point, considering that they have an additonal element element (copy) to them. Food for thought…. I realize that it’s late in the game and authors like Tim have already been killing it with Vocal tracks. Although unfortunately it doesn’t apply to Audio jungle, I believe that for broadcast you can be eligible (if you’re SAG) for additional residuals based on your likeness (voice) being in a spot.
I totally agree with higher prices for songs with vocals.
Anyone else agrees?