This week in our series of interviews of AudioJungle authors, we meet Jhunger (Joel Hunger)
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This week\’s salute goes to AudioJungle author Palmtreep, who had 27 sales in November.
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Recently I\’ve been looking for new ways to use my Apple TV. A while ago I started downloading video podcasts, and there are some good ones out there.
More recently I have been surfing Youtube, and in particular looking for clips that inspire my musical creativity. Here are nine of my favorites.
Click here to see full post: http://blog.audiojungle.net/inspiration/9-inspiring-performances-on-youtube/
Click here to see full post: http://blog.graphicriver.net/general/discussion/discussion-what-advice-would-you-give/
So I was watching a movie called Minghags the other day (highly not recommended, I don\’t know how I survived through the entire thing), but once I got to the credit roll, it intrigued me. I liked how it put focus into the middle of the credits, and had a cool 3d look to it. I decided to give it a go, and it was surprisingly easy to create in After Effects.
Click here to see full post: http://blog.videohive.net/resources/tut-tuesday-3d-credit-roll/
Click here to see full post: http://blog.audiojungle.net/low-fidelity/low-fidelity-27/
Click here to see full post: http://blog.graphicriver.net/featured-files/new-featured-author-of-the-week-udfrance/
Ardour is an excellent open-source digital audio workstation available for Linux and Mac OSX suitable for professional use. Although it can be obtained free of charge, it\’s a great idea to support the author and ensure the ongoing development of software you depend on.
Click here to see full post: http://blog.audiojungle.net/resources/discover-ardour/
Audacity isn\’t a digital audio workstation. It\’s an audio editor that\’s cross-platform (including Windows, Mac and Linux), open source, and free of charge.
The program is very popular, and incredibly versatile – like the swiss army knife of the audio world. This versatility leads some people to use it as a DAW replacement. Are you a fan of Audacity? How far have you been able to take it?
Click here to see full post: http://blog.audiojungle.net/general/3984-autosave/
Yeah, I know I am a little late this week… what can I say? The holiday season is taking it\’s toll on me. This week we are going to take a look at a feature in After Effects that surprisingly, a lot of beginners and intermediate users alike don\’t seem to utilize enough. The Animation Presets that come bundles with After Effects are highly useful, and an invaluable tool when you actually get around to exploring their uses. Also, most people don\’t use Adobe Bridge enough, so I am going to combine the two to show you some ways you can utilize both in your workflow.
Click here to see full post: http://blog.videohive.net/resources/tut-friday-ae-quick-tips-using-bridge-and-animation-presets/