Best of luck to you both!
For me AJ is great for ideas that just enter my head and need to be realized for the fun of it. I can create whatever I feel like, go to bed and mix/master it the next day with fresh ears before working on whatever main project I currently have.
Also, I find that the library I’ve built here has given me such great learning experiences and tools that I benefit from everyday in terms of getting to know how I work best and most efficient
So thumbs up AJ!
Here’s my track, just approvedhttp://audiojungle.net/item/the-beach-ukulele/8405874
I reached nr. 3 on the top new authors list within the first month, and although I saw a significant increase in followers, I did not see any sustainable increase in sales from being on that list
Another tip : don’t always trust your ears! Make sure to compare your mix with a commercial mix that you like now and then, so that you have a “true” reference point. This will help you a lot in the beginning.
Also, without a pair of well balanced monitors, you’re not gonna make it. You can’t fix what you can’t hear don’t rely on headphones!
Yes, eq’ing is important, but getting the right sound or recording in the first place, is even more important. Cmpression should be used wisely and there’s so much to it, so don’t get caught up in it just yet.
And my last advise – if you have a good mix, you have a good master – focus on your mixes for now, that’s 90% of it
Definitely feeling the holidays here, very slow month this far
Here is my file