Ok. Thanks! I’ll try and work with that. This must be why everyone makes little buttons… ha
Is there any way to get rid of the automatic spacing when you are trying to stack spliced images in your main profile page?
The first thing I tried was a large vertical image/link on the left, with 5 image/links on the right… well, the alignment was so messed up and NOTHING I tried fixed it, so I tired splicing it up into 10 equal images, which is how it currently is in my profile, but now there is spacing between each row…
I have tried pretty much everything I can think of, and have even opened a support ticket. They told me to come here. I just don’t get it… I paste my code in a text file and open it in Firefox or Chrome and it’s fine. Paste the exact same code in the w3schools html editor and it’s fine. Paste it into my profile and it adds spacing…
That is actually really cool! But no, that didn’t help haha. It just does the same thing for me.
I don’t get it… I paste my code in a text file and open it in firefox and it’s fine. Paste it in w3schools html editor and it’s fine. Paste it into my profile and it adds spacing.
Is there any way to get rid of the automatic spacing when you are trying to put images in your main profile page?
The first thing I tried was a large vertical picture on the left with 5 images on the right… well, the alignment was so messed up and NOTHING I tried fixed it . So I tired splicing it up into 10 images, which is where it currently is, but now there is spacing between each row…
I’ve been messing with this for hours and tried pretty much everything I can think of. I am at a total loss. Is this why every other author seems to have “buttons” for categories instead of a big spliced image? haha
Oh yeah! A ribbon! Good call. I didn’t even think about that. I was going to make a really awful looking, text crammed image haha!
And yeah. I’m pretty close to the downtown St. Louis area so it’s Cardinals everything, everywhere, right now
Hey guys. I’m going to be uploading a track in a few days and I really want to play up the fact that it’s a ukulele with vocals track. Would it be better to make a custom preview image for it with my normal image just dulled (I guess?) And then have the words ukulele + vocals on it, or should I actually title the song “Just Slow Down and Dance (Ukulele and Vocals)”? Or am I even allowed to have a track name that long?
Anyway, maybe there’s even a better answer out there that I’m not aware of? I just really want the buyers to see that it is ukulele with vocals instead of just seeing the track name and having no idea, you know?
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.