I’m listening to Coheed and Cambria lately.
The guy has a unique voice.
I simply know nothing about hip-hop but sounds good. Now you need Beyonce to sing on it. However, this track can do better on beat sites rather than audiojungle, cause it requires singing/rapping.
If you want to improve on it, you could play with different drum samples cause those kicks and snares sound a little generic (to me). Finding more acoustic sounding samples can help a lot.
All in all, nice ideas, neat and clean production.
You need one extended license in my opinion. If the free version is a smaller version of the same game with no extra episodes, then it shouldn’t require another license at all.
Best selling music is obviously soundroll’s music (more than 10.000 sales on two accounts). That’s without ukuleles, clappings, and big drums ; )
I love your singing man, listening to it over and over, maybe some local homebuilder commercials could use it
Man, thanks for letting us know about this company, i’m impressed by some of their libraries. Voted.
Congrats, that’s the number i want to reach at the and of the year (i know i’m very realistic )
Hi SonicCube, there are various wordpress plugins for e-commerce. Found a review about some of them:http://sixrevisions.com/wordpress/top-5-excellent-e-commerce-plugins-for-wordpress/
You might want to check with themeforest or codecanyon guys for the best one though. I’m sure they already have templates made for this kind of stuff.
Thanks again everyone for their contribution. Now, i kind of figured it all out on my part and wanted to share it.
This is about ideal representation of a musical performance in stereo environment. Could be better explained with a diagram but here it is anyway:
First, i think the listener is not listening the performance headfront, rather they are at the center of the performance when they wear their headphones. With this in mind, in my imaginary diagram:
- Drums and bass are located behind the listener
- Lead guitar is on the left of the listener (front-left)
- Rhythm guitar is on the right of the listener (front-right)
- Singer and piano are located right in front of the listener
So what difference does this make when you are recording? First, drums are centered but if you want to pan hi-hats and crashes a little, then panning should be done towards the left side.
Second difference is with the piano, with this approach higher-pitched piano keys comes closer to the left side. So we reverse the normal panning if we are using regular sampled pianos.
So we have a all around consistent scientific music theory now. Could be a dissertation in a music school
Just seen the slideshow, could expect more on the photo side but music is a nice fit for the theme.