I’ve been mostly inactive here for the past few months, needing to focus on some other things for a little while, but was pleased to login today and be greeted with a new badge.
It’s a minor accomplishment compared to many authors at AJ, but it’s a good reminder, and possibly a little motivation to get back on track and work on some new music.
Do not wanna be rude but some guys/girls walking around with camera or not, few buildings, little landscapes and nothing connected with Steve Job’s speech behind.
It is more like touristic promo video. Further more, if there is no Steve Job’s speech behind, this video can’t transfer positive creative vibes in good way at all.But that is just my modest opinion so who care.
The video is trying too hard to say something without really having anything to say.
Someone could put a Steve Jobs audio transcript on just about anything and make it feel like more than it is.
Here is a thread from a few months ago that’s related to this topic:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/crosspromotion-with-vh-authors/128446
It’s not really clear what the ‘official’ opinion is on this.
A micro social web service.
It’s oddly brilliant and bizarre at the same time
Any chance an Envato marketplace author is behind this?
I realize this is likely some kind of hoax, but impressive nonetheless.
This is a really nice piece from lemega, would be great for a soundtrack.http://audiojungle.net/item/its-not-our-time/8106123?WT.ac=follow&WT.z_author=lemega
Am I going crazy, or didn’t there used to be a ‘loops’ menu item in the search navigation?
I can’t remember if it was it’s own menu or a subcategory, or am I just imagining that it was there when it never actually was?
Six days for my latest.
It was soft rejected because of some strange pop at the start of the file, but once resubmitted took less than ten minutes to be approved.
Well, I finally got around to purchasing a new piano VI, deciding on the Galaxy Vintage D.
One of the nice things about it so far is that there is enough flexibility with the settings/options, that even though the samples are based on one instrument, it’s possible to have all kinds of control over how it sounds. It’s really like having a lot more than one piano VI.
The pad effect is a really nice idea, but it responds to the sustain pedal in a strange way, or maybe I just haven’t figured out yet how to get that to sit right.
I forgot how much fun it is working with a new piece of software. I’m sure to be submitting a lot of new piano music very soon.
Thanks for all the suggestions.