I’ve got 1) Full time job 2) Guitar Lessons, and 3) Envato
Working on getting those last two to be more dominant
I use BFD2 and I love it! I’m pretty sure that there’s a humanize function in the settings somewhere too. Its been a long time since I’ve looked at the settings. But a lot of these suggestions above sound really cool and I am definitely going to try incorporating them into what I’m doing now instead of just keeping it clean.
+1 for a whole section. There’s so many different topics covered over the broad subject of mixing and recording.
I only have 1 microphone which is an SM57. So I have to rely totally on EQing, lots of layers, and different miking approaches to get any real difference in sound.
Wow! Thanks everyone! We are loving our new addition. Here are a few pictures if anyone is interested.http://db.tt/KjyPTT01 – Evangeline and I http://db.tt/lbOYQMqI – Liam and Evangeline http://db.tt/xTZsK1HN – Kai “Guy” and Evangeline http://db.tt/6nyX9LZE – Our family from a few weeks ago.
Hope all those link okay as I’m on my phone in the hospital room, sucking up the free wi-fi
Evangeline Skye Roberts was born at 5:45pm!!! 7 pounds 5 oz and 20 1/2 inches. She is our first girl out of three boys.
I am using BFD2. I haven’t looked in a while and they may be outdated now with all the new types of software that have been released. But I personally love them. It’s super in depth if you want it to be, or very easy with lots of presets
I also agree with the zero sales after a year to be deleted thing. It sounds kind of harsh, I know, which is why I suggested the second review. But really this would be better in my opinion anyway. I already do that for myself and delete files at 6 months if I have zero sales on an item. But I don’t think other authors are so quick to agree with that method.
What if there was a system that was like any item that had zero sales after 6 months had to go through a harder, second review? And it would be in like a temporary “soft rejected” stage till it either got deleted by the author or got reworked and passed the review. The incentive would be that your track is temporarily off the market, and if you really want it back on, you need to figure out how to spice it up. It would clear up items that authors aren’t very fond of and force them to upgrade the quality of non selling tracks.
I think its important that authors would know that a system like that is there to benefit them, and not seem like it’s just a way to pick on no-sale tracks. It would be a way to say, “hey, this track isn’t really getting the attention it deserves, lets see if we can boost its potential”