I think this should answer your question;http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/my-music-on-own-web-site/84526#709683
I hate dubstep in general. It’s bland and uninspiring and very very samey with no imagination. Not as exciting as drum and bass used to be. I find it extraordinary that so many musicians are obsessed with it.
I used to have very similar viewpoint, especially coming from the realms of dnb production back in the late 90s. But I’ve discovered there are indeed highly creative Dubstep producers out there that just don’t get the same limelight that the more mainstream Skrillexes of the world seem to get.
I highly recommend checking this guy below Marb. Despite being a promo for Ableton, I suspect you may find it quite eye opening, especially with your knowledge in sound design and sound effects. His name is Ben Lucas Boysen from Berlin and works under the name Hecq, producing Dubstep for the most part. He’s a very talented chappie, with a great deal of creativity and imagination.
Nice link Matt, very interesting, unique and creative but I do love a “buttery biscuit base”
Congrats on your red paw and a happy birthday to you! My birthday is also on the 14th and I celebrated early by buying a new pod yesterday Have a great day!
Good luck with the new job! Awesome moustache btw
Congrats on your new role Mat
Hi,friends! I have a question. How I can download my track from my portfolio without watermark? ( I send a ticket, but no answers….)
1.Sign into your account
2.Go to your portfolio
3.See your track
4. You have two options in blue (download and edit) click the download button and it will select your zip file, save as.
Hope this helps.
There’s loads of info on adrev already here, check this out;http://audiojungle.net/old_search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=adrev&type=forums&type_id=topic%3A11
All the pros and cons. Hope it helps.
Hi Allen ,the way that I see it is: The customer buys a licence to use your music, they don’t buy a licence to distribute your track not involved in an end product to give away for free!
That’s the way I see it, you can always ask the question to support.
@RobertBlue, what you say makes sense to me.
Hope it helps.
I have been approached by two different clients who are interested in purchasing a track and I was wondering with licence would be appropriate for what they want to do.
1.The first client want to use a track in a kickstarter video to help him raise some capital for his project (table top game) but also want to give the track away to his backers (supporters) for free as a “Thank You”.
Is there a licence appropriate to do this?
2. The second client wants to use a track in the background of the intro on there self produced album and for some live gigs.
In which licence category does this fit?
I’ve read through the licencing details but I there are still a couple a grey areas I need to understand so I would appreciate your thoughts on this matter.Thanks Allen
In answer to the first question, I’m not sure there is a licence for that and do you really want to be giving your tracks away for free?
As for the other part I would of said they need an extended because they are making profit out of the end product (if the album is for sale)
Maybe someone else can chime in here?
Hope this helps.