Hi all, although I come from AJ I think this question is applicable to all marketplaces. What is your strategy when it comes to backing up your projects? Do you actually give a damn? If you do, on what medium you choose to backup it up, how many times over, how often, maybe you only rely on cloud services?
It would be great if you could walk us through your process of archiving, not to show how your method is better than the other but to show what works for you, when it comes to using that data again whenever necessary.
Looking forward to your replies!!
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Here is one interesting one for you guys.
In AJ go ahead and search for “drum & bass”.
Now look closely at what comes up 2nd from the top.
Track called Shockwave by J_Bond_NE.
Whats strange about it is that “drum & bass” is nowhere to be found in the description, title or even tags.. Its as though it only focused on the word bass, cause even if you searched for “drumming bass” you get the same result…but use only the word “bass” and its totally different selection…
Can someone explain it please?
will def look into it.. might need some percussion from that era too
wow, some great stuff here guys. An actual variety…Google just gave me Era Medieval Legends left right and centre..
Actually guys, I found what I was looking for with EWQL Rare Instruments. Not as many unique instruments as with Era but Im about to give it a test drive see if its any good…
For me, it would probably be playing a game called Heroes of Might and Magic 2 when I was 4 years old, and then years later, getting the chance to work with the very same artist on a game of our own, the artist who drew the 2D sprites for Heroes 2 back in the 90s.
Thats awesome, being a fan for life of HofM&M especially the 3rd one (Last time I played it was like last summer, which is odd cause I stopped playing games, apart from this title..) I find your achievement super cool!! Even though He was responsible for Heroes 2 Sprites not Heroes 3…but still…
Yes thats the one Im aware of, and I look for something else…but thanks anyway
Hi guys, do you know of any affordable library that contains medieval era instruments? Apart from the obvious one Era Medieval Legends..