... very interesting thread Slats!
.. I still feel most of broadcast industry seeks its sounds through other channels, whereas FD audio mainly ends up on the web and multimedia/webgames..
Could change with the arrival of Audio Jungle ;o)
I’d rather see the featured author and item on the home page rather than the blog posts. I know they are their if you click featured, but I thinking seeing featured initially is better. Authors work hard to get there and it always slips my mind now with the new layout. Who knows maybe ill be there some day
I agree too
I cant get mine to work either!
It says invalid or finds another similar ?
Is there a small chapter/tutorial about adding these css, somewhere on flashden ? don’t seem to find it ….....
I think that it is tools like this one, that actually benefit the industry in general, giving independent artists/engineers/producers more power to improve the musical quality of their recordings. Which is the aim of everybody who is serious about music.
I think so too!
I want the plug now ;o)
I cant wait to see that plug-in among my others!
I literally dropped my jaw on the table when seeing the presentation !
I agree with you there Lyden! And also Subkutz and Adrien again! Athough the 2 licences is a very good idea, would it possibly undervalue the author’s freelance works if the buyer has the option of paying for a “personal” licence. Unless, of course, that licence was substantially more expensive..
The personal licence should of cource be substantially more expensive.. ;o)
Working out prices. There’s lots of stock audio sites out there, all AJ would need to do is see what other people are up to. Heres 2 ideas.
You could let the author set their own price. This does have draw backs. People start to undercut each other. Or, people set ridiculous prices.You could offer 3 types of license commericial, personal, or you could buy the track out rite(track is removed from the site and author sets buy out rite price). You would use the length of the track to price it.
I think the 2 types of licence sounds very great, I am not shure about the 3 one, there should be a lot more involved in pricing the track than the lenght of it.