Pay attention also to the TASCAM products. Their preamplifiers has better opinion than Zoom preamps – less noise.
My experience has been that a great engineer / mastering engineer can make stock plugins sound great. “Better” plugins can make things easier but if you have great ears and experience the stock plugins can be used very effectively. Conversely, if you can’t make stock plugins sound good, “better” plugins won’t make a difference on the quality of your project.
Exactly “Better” plugins are not necessarily better, just sounds different. Sometimes this different sound is what you looking for. And sometimes not I use Samplitude stock plugins in 99%, they are very good.
One of my items that got hard rejected : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNOtfa2mMNY&list=UUan7vlt21pYWlTieC4yLs1g
Really I don’t understand why this was rejected. In my opinion this track is great…
This month is not so good for me – only 13 sales
I play and practice conga and djembe
Wow, great, congrats Vsevolod
Huh, I don’t usually say this, but as far as loop-based electronic stuff goes…there’s nothing terribly bad about this track. Could definitely hear it in some adverts. Maybe they’re getting too much of this? Or perhaps you used too many pre-made loops that are too easily recognizable (I don’t do this kind of stuff so I wouldn’t know)?
There is no loops – only exception is guitar, but this is not exactly loop, it is pattern from NI Funky Guitarist which I modified for the needs of the song.