Congratulations on your achievement!
Congratulations on the massive achievement!
If you are looking for piano prominent music, look no further than Josh Kramer Music.http://audiojungle.net/user/JoshKramerMusic/portfolio
It makes up the majority of his portfolio.
The thing with monitors is not necessarily how they sound from a technical perspective but how well your mixes sound after you use them. Familiarity is really the key. Don’t get me wrong, frequency response is important, but I would never let some article talk me into changing my monitors if my mixes sounded good. It’s more important to have good reference material, know what that sounds like on your monitors, and then mix towards that goal.
That being said, if you are concerned with hearing detail, I would agree with L-Ray that a good pair of headphones is your best friend. Check out this current thread for recommendations:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/your-headphones-of-choice-and-why/123102
Hope this helps!
AKG K701 here. Best sounding headphones I have ever owned.
I also have have a pair of Sennheiser HD 280Pros but I would not mix with them. They are fine for tracking purposes.
I am against this. I believe it doesn’t fully address the quality issue and could potentially drive good composers to competing sites, which in turn would drive customers to those sites.
The key is to not only bring on new blood but to get rid of those who are not producing quality material. Audiojungle addressed this part about a year ago when they raised the bar on the quality of track that would be approved for sale.
Closing off the ranks here is closing off competition. This is not a good thing. Take a look at retail or fast food. Do they avoid each other or do they build to compete with each other, giving the consumer a choice? It is almost always the latter because competition brings consumers.
If AJ were to close its doors to new composers, those composers would invariably go elsewhere. That means that quality tracks will go elsewhere. That means that, eventually, consumers will go elsewhere.
We must not be selfish with the success of Audiojungle. At first glance, it might seem like closing the doors to new composers would being more sales to the existing composers. However, a study of simple economics will show that is truly a bad idea. Competition brings consumers. So, we must welcome the competition and recognize that it is good for us all. It causes us to raise the quality of our work, raising the number of people shopping here.
Closed markets do not work. History bears this out.
If you are unable to find the exact track, I have a few suggestions.http://audiojungle.net/item/happy-kids-whistle-party/6521836
Best wishes! Michael