Exactly, search in videos does not work … is it coming back anytime soon?
why did you dismantle that awesome studio whole 2 weeks before moving is my question? Surely the last thing you move is the studio no?
Ive heard that the best producers/composers/authors use this service. It should be called, “I cant believe its not humans” who mastered those tracks.. I use it myself on the worst sounding tracks, and it makes them sparkle like a true turd in the sun ;]lol
but seriously, Ive tried it on few tracks here and its not bad or terrible, its just it wont tell you, like a human mastering engineer, or yourself for that matter, that something is too loud in the mix and needs to be addressed in order for the master to hit that spot. Its a second pair of ears, and it saves you from going in circles, but it gets pricey.. what I would suggest is get a girlfriend/wife/partner with a good sensitive pair of ears and just throw those tunes at her like there was no tomorrow. If you are really lucky, she might even be confident enough to point out flaws in the arrangement that you did not hear from the beginning, that you totally see after she put some light on it. ;]]
if you really want to have less people to talk/discover/use loops and construction kits on AJ, dont advertise it in posts like this some might think you actually work for bigfish audio
I hate logic….but Im stuck with it…
The next step would be allowing AJ authors to register with PRO. I dont get why music on AJ cant be PRO registered. Here is an example I found but with a different library, I will just paste the text from there:
Say a music supervisor, or editor is looking for some background music for a a television show that will air on ABC. They browse music libraries like Library 1 or Library 2 and find some music they wish to license for the show. The license for Library 1 says that you can license the music once and use the music forever with out additional royalties. That makes the music editor happy because they wont have any additional fees for the music, and everything is simple. So they purchase a license to use the music and put it into their show. That fee is called a “sync fee.” From this point on the music editor is done paying fees and once the show is ready to air on ABC, a cue sheet is filed with a list of all the music used in the show. Now the show is on ABC and is playing to an audience. ABC pays a blanket amount of money to the PRO’s every quarter for broadcast royalties. The PRO’s use the cue sheets to distribute the money that ABC has already paid to them to the musicians who have had music on their television shows. So basically a PRO pays out the “back end money.”
Whats stopping Envato from ok’ing this idea? <Edited by Moderator you may not list other music libraries on Audiojungle forums>
Big Congrats to you fellow Spartan!