AWESOME!! Congrats Envato peeps. I’m new with only 1 track currently listed, but have many to add over the coming weeks. I’m honored and excited to be apart of this community.
Your original track was piano-based, but quite “fun” with a good groove, albeit slightly busy at points. This may be a similar feel: http://audiojungle.net/item/advertise-fun/7576106?WT.ac=portfolio_item&WT.seg_1=portfolio_item&WT.z_author=funkbombs
I can add my 5 cents.
If you want to make a smooth and rich symphonic soundtrack sound using sample libraries, forget about IR reverbs.
One of the main reasons is – most of today’s orchestral samples already has some subtle or huge amount of natural reverb(except VSL, maybe), even the most expensive ones, so, adding an Impulse of an Opera Hall won’t make it sound much better in the term of production music.. .
Not for “Zimmer-like” orchestra tracks. definitely. I recommend to “play” with sound by adding some usual digital reverb, rather than expect amazing effects from IR plugins.
Just an opinion.
Totally agree here. No use in adding extra verb on most orchestral tracks. It just muddies up the mix. IR verbs are great, but be careful: too much of anything is a bad thing.
Sweet! Today is 1st sale day for me.
Just became a member last week. Congrats!!!