Thanks for sharing!
Another example why there must be a “Preview!” kind of watermark. This is frustrating.
And, you can use your own Audiojungle preview items to place these on your Videohive preview items. This way you’ll promote your Audiojungle items thru Videohive as well.
Now that’s cool and original! Great site!
I love working the hybrid way: using hardware sequencers and synth/samplers to create a concept song, then record and arrange this further in a daw environment. As for synth work: i.e. using my roland Vsynth is a million times more fun and inspiring then any soft synth out there.
Looks very good. Thanks for sharing!
Typo, KingDog Good luck to everyone!
I find it useful when you put the watermark loud enough (especially at the intro) so you can clearly hear the “Audiojungle” phrase, instead of unrecognizable humming. It makes more sense for customers when they clearly hear “Audiojungle”. They’ll immediately recognize it’s not actually part of the song but for AJ’s protection purpose. But correct me if I’m wrong here.
That vid with the girl on screen…I wonder what genius did audio post for it?? Such a poor effort in covering the AJ voice properly with the overdub in my opinion…
But on a serious note…we need to change the AJ voice to something a bit more obvious sounding..Whenever I play my tunes to friends or colleges and the only version at hand is the preview on soundcloud, what I quite usually get is, “nice voice”, or “I dig those vocals bro”...
“WHWHHHAAAT???” is my reaction that I try hard to hide.
So what Im saying is. It is obvious for us, the authors, that the voice is a watermark. But it’s not always obvious for the rest of the population.
I really think it should say something more than just “audiojungle”. Folks from Envato want to keep stuff simple, but developing the one word watermark into a sentence would not hurt. Like “Available exclusively from Audiojungle” or “License this track from Audiojungle” repeated every 5 seconds of silence.Just my few cents
“I dig those vocals bro”