Yes, but it’s again in your DAW ’s domain. In FL studio, there’s a top menu on the Kontakt vst wrapper, you click on it and select “browse parameters”. Then Fl studio lists both normal midi controllers (mod wheel, sustain, etc.) and the other assignable parameters of that Kontakt instance.
It might be totally different in your DAW , though.
Yes, it is. On the left side panel, there’s a “auto” tab at the top menu (Files, Libraries, ..., Auto). Click on it and you’ll see parameters listed as “not assigned”. You can drag and drop any of those controllers on any instrument knob. The rest depends on your DAW . You’ll need to browse parameters to find the one you just assigned on a knob.
I’ve given it some thought and had to opt out of extended license. This is not necessarily about videohive authors. With these terms, authors from other video marketplaces over the web can buy top AJ tracks and include them in their after effects projects and sell unlimited number of copies elsewhere with whatever price they wish. What will happen to AJ then? Am I missing something here?
As an exclusive author, opting out of extended license is not a desirable solution as well but looks like we have to do it. I don’t like this at all.
The only restriction concerns templates and software applications :
if the Work is a template or software application you can’t sell it as a tool, template, stock item, or have the source files included.
It doesn’t say anything about music, so according to these terms one can use AJ music in video templates.
Hmm. I always thought “the Work” referred to the larger work but looks like i’m wrong. In that case, there’s nothing preventing VH authors to include AJ music in their projects with extended license.
"The larger project is usually not a template or stock item." In this sentence, i don't like the word "usually". It's open to interpretation. After all, the actual license agreement might be more binding then this explanation.
Agreed. I’ve just deleted a few.
It’s definitely not allowed. Look at these clauses from the extended license agreement:
You may license, sub-license, sell, resell or re-distribute the Work or offer to do any of these things (together referred to as Resale) in the following circumstances:
- the Work is incorporated into a larger work you have created; or
- if the Work is a template or software application, you use it alone to modify it and Resell it as an end product (that is, not as a tool, template, or stock item, and without source files); or
- you use the Work alone as a Limited Re-Purposing, but only if: (A) you first obtain the permission of the author of the Work; and ( B ) the Resale of the second work is only made on an Envato marketplace. A Limited Re-Purposing means that you use the Work alone and modify it for Re-sale as a tool, template, or stock item, or with source files.
If you read the second clause carefully, it clearly states that you can’t sell it as a template, stock item, source file (= after effects project). You can sell it only as an end product (= a render of an after effects project).
Third clause explains the condition for selling it as a template, stock item, or source file. It’s called limited repurposing and it requires a permission from the author of the item that you want to use in your project.
Hi Sunwdruid, i guess you’re new to audio production. First of all, you’ll need a DAW . You can find a review of popular DAWs (including the free ones) here:http://audio.tutsplus.com/articles/buyers-guides/21-windows-daws-worth-using/
When you get your daw, you can use various VSTs, sample libraries, etc within your DAW . Check out these threads for some of the free ones:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/freebies-free-synths/26145?page=1 http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/freebies-best-free-vst-effects/15145
Best of luck
Hey SerjAnt, you’ve the talent. Here are a few suggestions if you’ll accept. First of all, don’t push yourself too hard. Take regular breaks when you feel exhausted. Have a long term strategy. Write longer descriptions to your tracks so that search engines can find your content. Promote your tracks on youtube and elsewhere. Writing full tracks can sometimes exhaust you and discourage you especially when they don’t sell at all. Try to upload some short logos, sound effects, etc every now and then. They don’t bring a lot of money but make you feel alright when you have regular sales on those.
If you don’t approve it, why are you promoting it? I wouldn’t post that link here.
There are some great points made in this thread. Personally I’d go with the idea of introducing more licensing options based on usage. Current prices might stay as the minimum price for small youtube producers.
Any update from the staff regarding their perspective would be useful. Should we expect any change in 2013?