Good luck with the search. If you can’t find it maybe try these out.
Great thread. For me once a track enters the unfinished bin, chance of revival after a week is extremely low, maybe about 5%. As others have said, there is a reason why they are unfinished and will remain so . I think every composer has a large collection in this bin. Some days everything ends in this bin, other days not a single note is thrown away .
Excellent work. I really like the way everything is clearly laid out. I’ve bookmarked it.
This will work well. http://audiojungle.net/item/build-your-dreams/1296992
It’s a good idea. However I would also like to see reviewers step in and do a quick second review of items over a year old with no sales. If the item is of high quality it’s remains, but if the quality is poor it should get removed. Reviewers do a fantastic job, but this would help clean up the ones that make it through the cracks.
Well done! Very useful. Thanks for sharing. I wish there where lists like this for all types of gear. Makes it easy to narrow down your choices based on a couple of key things you are looking for. Another thing that might be worth adding is a rough price category. It doesn’t have to be down to the dollar, but say something like under $1500, $1500-$3000, $3000-$4500, $4500+. Prices will change, but a rough guide is useful.
thesecession saidSo very true! Great way of putting it.
Best to get used to dealing with nit picky ornery nonsensical changes in the production music world. At least AJ doesn’t tell you to rewrite the entire song 15 times and have it on their desk by yesterday like some producers would