How could you possibly know it didn’t appear on the front page? Did you watch the home page up until and after your item was approved?
I wouldn’t worry about front page exposure like that anyway, from my experience, it’s not important. What’s more important writing a good description, using decent tags and most importantly, producing awesome and useful music.
I hope that puts your mind at ease a bit?
Recently I made a song of one my client, for his video commercial.This morning he sent me message that Youtube ask him for for approval that he can use music included in video. So, Im not sure how’s that approval/permission have to be. I suggest that I can write to him some simple email with my permission for using music.But he said that such a Email is not valid for youtube.
Do you had some similar experience and do you maybe have some simple form or template of such a document, which I can provide?
Thanks in advanceMilos
Show them the contract for the job or if there wasn’t one, get one written up and send over I’m not sure how else you could prove it to them if an email isn’t sufficient.
AlumoAudio saidExactly! +1
Waderman saidExactly. I was thinking of using pictures of pretty Russian models myself on my own profile and come up with a faux name in an attempt to bolster sales, but looks like someone got there before me!
Ha, it´s funny to watch. I would like to know how the reaction of the community would have been if we are 98% women on AJ and not vice versa.
A heroic cinematic piece (1:12): http://audiojungle.net/item/the-hero-returns-/2868466
A very atmospheric cinematic track, with lots of breaks and cool transitions (1:06): http://audiojungle.net/item/mechanical-dream/3469026
An intense cinematic piece, with a few different length versions included: http://audiojungle.net/item/the-apocalypse-is-coming/4784518
I’d also love to see this indie pop track put to good use, it’s longer than a minute but it could easily be edited down with a fade out: http://audiojungle.net/item/sailing-to-jupiter/5408160
I hope you find what you’re looking for
Watched the trailers for films 1 & 3, they look seriously entertaining and interesting. Congrats Jamie! I will definitely be tracking them down. Are they on any sort of video on demand sites at all to rent?
Got a couple of suggestions here.
Quite quirky, a little bit Danny Elfman: http://audiojungle.net/item/trick-or-treat-halloween-theme/2995234
Pretty intense and dramatic: http://audiojungle.net/item/the-apocalypse-is-coming/4784518
A couple of drum and bass loopable Halloween tunes if you want something a bit different: http://audiojungle.net/item/halloween-loop-mix-1/3147573 & http://audiojungle.net/item/halloween-loop-mix-2/3147608
Sometimes optimizing means arrangement without instruments/sounds playing on vocal frequencies, sometimes it means some equalizing lowering colliding frequencies in music usually 2-6 kHZ. But I don’t know any universal preset for that… it’s like using presets for mastering music in software – very individual case.
Well I’ve learnt something today. Cheers
I mean creating version of track with equalisation of part of original spectrum with aim to clear it for voice.SoundFix said
I may be completely missing something here but what do you mean by voiceover optimized? From my experience, I don’t do anything to music that’s going to have a voice over, as the film editors just automate the volume themselves. For adverts and things I know ducking is used.
Ah I see!
I may be completely missing something here but what do you mean by voiceover optimized?
From my experience, I don’t do anything to music that’s going to have a voice over, as the film editors just automate the volume themselves. For adverts and things I know ducking is used.