Hey Phil, that’s a great traditions!! Congrats brother!
My wife and I always said, we want to open a bottle of champagne when I reach 100$ sales…. but it passed away so fast and we didn’t do it (I have to mention that she doesn’t like champagne ) ...
Now, a few month later, if we would catch up with a bottle champagne per $100 sales we could supply everybody in a football stadium with champagne – but couldn’t afford it
So your idea was definitely better !
ahh, you mean the links with images to other tracks? You can ad them like this:
<a href=”http://www.enter_link_to_item_here..”>Enter Track description here <img src=”http://www.enter_image_link_here.png”>
Is that what you wanted?
Sorry, I don’t understand your question. Maybe anybody else? Or try to write it a bit different…?
You have to upload the image on any other service or web host, then link them to this path. So you don’t upload the images to AJ, but only link them to the place where they are.
Hey Sam, this is amazing, congrats!!
It’s really incredible how “Looking on the bright side” sells !! It’s a great track mate, just found the “right” one obviously!
I say: Well deserved my friend and I wish you continuing great sales!
Amstrad – never heard before, but checked on wiki
At this time I always wanted a C64, but my parents didn’t allow me and/or it was pretty expensive.
Later I had a Atari 512 (bet what for I used it…not for gaming) and later a 1024.
But I have to be patient a little longer to reach the 512 number
Salut et bonne chance!
tacoMusic saidlol, teh odl DAW war Yeah, indeed I’m a Cubase fan and I work with it as my main DAW since the SX version. Before I worked with Notator (not a DAW but a sequencer), Logic and Digidesign Session8 (the product before ProTools).
matsteiner saidI know you’re a hardcore Cubase fan Mat, but I’m yet to find one person who says Cubase sounds better than Pro Tools when it comes to mixing and mastering. Every pro mixer I’ve worked with when going into studios like Angel Studios and Air Edel in London has mixed with Pro Tools and always says it helps them get the best sound available.
Are you kiddin’? I heard from many professionals that they changed to Cubase because it sounds better. It seems to sound better with summing. So there has to be another reason. Maybe the plug in is just programmed different?
I totally agree with you that most Studios work with PT, but I disagree it’s really because of the sound but because it’s a studio standard.
I never compared it that deep myself to be able to say Cubase sounds better (I have PT10 too – and not a hacked version or something ) but I’ve read some interviews of really critical engineers ( one of them is working with making classical music) who changed from CB to PT and they say it sounds better, but it’s really possible that Lmz is right on that when he says, it doesn’t matter.
But except of Hans Zimmer (is he a Pro? ) I don’t remember the names anymore.
However, regarding the “sound”, for sure it doesn’t REALLY matter which DAW somebody uses…but much more how good the engineer will (or can) work with it.
And yes, like Luca mentioned, for sure it’s the RTAS version of EW doing something different than the VST version in this particular case.
So I’m glad to not have to change to PT as my main DAW to reach more sales here on AJ
gbiasillo saidAre you kiddin’? I heard from many professionals that they changed to Cubase because it sounds better. It seems to sound better with summing. So there has to be another reason. Maybe the plug in is just programmed different?
From what I’ve seen, it’s not uncommon to use “some DAW” for composition and Pro Tools for mixing and mastering for this very reason: it simply sounds better.
Congrats mate, this is very impressing! Keep up the good work!