Hi guys, I wanted to know a bit more about being an exclusive author on AJ.
Let’s say that I have a track overhere and I want to do an alternative version with additional arrangement and possiblt some variations.
Can I sell it elsewhere without compromising my exclusive status?
Hi everybody! This is my entry for the contest: http://audiojungle.net/item/goodnight-my-darling/5310359
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updated! following mammothology and rameau
I do agree with some of you guys. There are times when creativity and business don’t fit well… I composed very emotional tunes and it was kind of disappointing to see that they weren’t translating into sales.
But I believe after a while you start to have a different perspective on your own compositions. If you’re here for business and not only to express your feelings, the whole process shapes your style. After having listened to a lot af AJ composers I learned a lot. And maybe that’s the one of the keys of success… at least overhere.
Afterall, we all grew up listening to the bands we love and that contributed to our artistic vision. Now we spend more and more time listening to other AJ artists, sometimes top-sellers, so if we’re mind open, this will certainly mean something in our future tracks.
I don’t know man… it looks like you started playing around with photoshop a couple days ago. In my opinion, sometimes “less is more”.
cool! I’m following page 17
Both, Genelec speakers and AKG K271 headphone. I mainly use headphones for checking eventual noises and panning.
I always do the final mix at incredible low volume… If I can perceive the instruments at that level, I’m sure it’ll be clean enough. Also a good trick might be to check the mix behind a wall or simply in a different room. Just to have another point of view of how it sounds