I don’t know about the best, but I can tell you that Sonar’s is increasingly a pain, especially since X2 came out. I get the feeling that DIGITAL PERFORMER probably has a nice piano roll/midi sequencing. The best DAW is the one you like!
Hey Star, I don’t really understand your question, but good to see you. You were uploading like crazy for a while there but haven’t seen you upload anything in a few months.
I seem to average about one sale per month…so December seems to be like every other month.
Maybe one day I will boost it up to 2 sales a month! Positive Thinking
CLIMB THE HILL! TAKE THE MOUNTAIN! ect.
Damn, got excited there until I realized this was a fossil post.
From what little I understand, the Sun moves around the galactic center, but it too does not move in a linear path like the video is showing…it wobbles “up” and “down” as well…so the sun could also be said to move “in a spiral.” But I think locally, the affect is negligible, and the paths of the planets and sun are predictable enough to where we can figure out things like Lagrangian Points – which will come in handy if we ever decide to send manned spacecraft past the moon – calculate the flight path of probes so that they land on mars, ect.
That’s easy – Johann Sebastian Bach, the greatest composer of all time.
This is good, but it’s somewhat reminiscent of “Somewhere in My Memory” by John Williams.
It sucks, on my computer everything is pushed to the “left.” this happens across multiple browsers. I guess my resolution is too high to use youtube. Does it look this way to anyone else? There’s a big white empty space on the right. At first I thought it was a problem with my browser. Center it youtube.
Blacklamp saidYeah I remember that one.
http://audiojungle.net/item/keehi-lagoon/2578746 Seriously, that one.
curtisschweitzer saidSucks you haven’t sold it man, it is indeed ominous, and I would agree that it sounds quite realistic.
My personal favorite track with nary a single sale: http://audiojungle.net/item/ominous-intro/3267247 I was so proud of this one: an interesting time signature (5/4), some thoughtful choices in harmony, and, most importantly, some of the most realistic sounds I’ve produced with a VST. Alas, I thnk the market for this kind of track is pretty small, so not much traction.
I always liked this track. http://audiojungle.net/item/proud-billy/2775246
Sometimes you gotta wonder how much comes down to your track and how much comes down to something as simple as Meta Data?