was wondering.. what do you all use as average rms levels? is there a guideline for it?
btw, in case you are interested, there is a nice free RMS meter for windows and osx here:
I think you’re speaking about the level of your finished / mastered audiofile, right ? The peaks should never exceed 0db or it will result in a audible cliping. In modern music for airplays etc. the idea is to keep the levels at around 0db as long as possible without loosing the dynamic of the track completely. Therefore you should try to work with compressors and limiters, check the web ( audiotuts for example ) for some detailed infos about that.
Have fun Daniel
Hey guys! Found this vid today, which is really cool! But whats that for a style? Is something avaliable here? Sounds cool for video editing!
Maybe you remember me, we spoke the other day about creating a 3D modeling of my Cube logo in exchange for a soundtrack So, if you would be still up for it, im ready to do a track like the one in the video for you
Otherwise as Danielku allready said, check out the Ambient-Chill section on AJ and you will find some nice stuff there.
Have a good day
Yup, helpfull idea from a loyal buyer
THANK YOU !
I uploaded a few tracks to be used as corporate intro or similar, where i included only the title / logo appearance sound fx as single files. This is something realy usefull if the customer is able to place the sounds fx where they are needed. Those where just single shots of aprox. 1 second length and maybe 3 or 4 of them.
Thanks, and have a good day Scott
“Construction Kits” consisting of extra audio elements to allow the customer to “build” their own track are now NOT allowed.
I realy dont want to argue about Envato’s guidelines, but i dont see the positive side of this restriction ( exept server space saving ). My best sold files are exactly the ones which gives the user as much flexibility as ever possible.
Maybe you could explain ( other reasons then the upcoming changes for the resource files section ) a bit more why this is no longer allowed.
Thanks and have a nice afternoon. Daniel
Well, i give it a try as well Check out my Portofilio if you like. Good Luck
Wow, good find! that’s really good fun!
Crazy stuff Will this be the future of Logic / Cubase and alikes ? I hope not, or we have to go and sell our blankets and furniture to make a living out of it
OK, thanks! But, I have a Mac with Live, but, I don’t know why it didn’t came the GaragaBand… Help me!
Garage Band is sure on one of your Installer DVD ’s if you bought your MAC new and OS is 10.3. and above.
For Garageband tips, tricks etc., you should use the Forum on Apples own site, its very helpful. People here might not beeing able to help with that.
Have fun Daniel
I think its a good idea in general. The only thing to think about, is the difference between a “sample package or cunstruction kit” like Andy explained, or a “arrangement” in wav files, which would be more like a source file. With the construction kit, everybody could easely throw something together without a big knowledge of software using Garageband etc. . But this way they are also a bit limited, as you wont have a intro, outro etc. and the “build” which is for sure a main part of a song. On the other side, if you render / bounce all your single tracks from a project as wav files, you have to bounce them all from 00:00 including the silence between the single parts, otherwise it gets complicated for the user to know what belonges where ( playtime ).
Hope this sounded not to complicated or negative Just had some experience with other artists sending us files for a remix of one of their tracks. Easiest was allways to get just some loops of the mainparts and midifiles from the melodie parts.
Have a good evening everybody and be creative