Posts by TimMcMorris

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TimMcMorris
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For anyone who has used 5 and made the upgrade to 6 (regular, not advanced)—do you feel it’s worth it? I’ve got 5 and love it, but haven’t pulled the trigger on the upgrade. It looks to me like mostly a reskinning. The really awesome new features seem to be exclusive to the advanced version. Any thoughts?

The things that sold me were:

1.) Stand alone mode 2.) The new dynamic equalizer (but only in advanced).

By far however,

3.) The auto gain compensation when bypassing the modules. Gone are the days of your treated audio sounding (obviously) better because its louder with Ozone on. If you don’t understand what I mean, there is a little ear icon that you can activate that will make your bypassed signal as loud as your mastered signal so your ears can hear what the other modules are doing. Other wise when you bypass back and forth you are always going to prefer the non-bypassed version simply because it’s louder. So, now you can actually hear with precision how the changes you make are affecting your audio. You hit bypass and there is no change in volume at all. Love it.

Honestly, you could easily still make great sounding masters with Ozone 5, but I have noticed that the improvements have been making my test tracks better, as there are simply more tools at your disposal.

Another great thing is you can now add third party plug-ins into the chain.

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TimMcMorris
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Hey Matthew,

How about stand alone mode? Same problem?

I use Ozone 6. I’d do a complete uninstall / re-install. Just make sure to say a copy of any custom presets somewhere.

Oh, after the re-install make sure to restart your cpu before opening again. My suggestion :)

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TimMcMorris
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Great video and piece Adi :)

Fun to watch someone else work! I feel like I am from another planet how differently I work though haha. I pull bits ands pieces together from all over the place, sometimes write the end of the song first working back to the beginning, and do a lot of other really unusual things!

Thanks for posting.

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Dear Envato / Collis,

So… I was contacted by the Canadian government today :)

I have a very serious question:

I would ask this privately, but as I’m not the only Canadian here, I thought it beneficial to get a public response.

As of February 1, 2015, is HST being charged to Canadian buyers when the “seller” is Canadian, and if yes, how is this being remitted?

As we’re running a Canadian Corporation (King’s Crown Productions Inc.) HST must be charged at the point of sale. This must also be calculated and stated on our invoices.

Thank you in advance for your reply!

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Can you actually use a PO box address on an invoice? I thought it needed to be the registered location of the business for tax purposes.

Maybe I should set up office actually in a PO box.

Looks like I need some good old fashioned legal advice.

I sure am, using our corporate P.O Box. If my home address was listed on those invoices I would have been FURIOUS. This puts a lot of people in a dangerous position. A literal danger.

I will be looking into the legality of Envato issuing invoices on behalf of another corporation without it’s consent, as that is exactly what they are doing to us. This next chapter should be interesting.

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TimMcMorris
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Hey Unodor, technically, the buyer has a right to give a rating for each of those purchases. Just a thought for you ;) Might be worth your time securing those ratings.

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Hey now, AudioJungle is looking a little pinker today :)

Congrats PZ! Awesome feeling right? I am happy you have made it to the very top, and am happy for your success – truly! Strong talent makes a stronger marketplace for us all.

The question is, will Tim McMorris respond to this threat to his supremacy? He needs to release a mega hit and get his top spot back.

Naaa haha. I don’t see moving down a step (or even a few steps) as threatening. Got more than enough work to keep me busy :) Touching the coveted spot will teach you one thing for sure: The only one worth really competing against is yourself. You will pass people, and you will be passed. It’s better if you see AJ as a place where we are all on the same team. Yeah there is competition, but we can do it in a way that we keep pushing and cheering eachother on. I think this has been the marketplaces greatest success.

I actually found getting to the top a little bitter sweet, you feel like you climbed Mount Everest to get to the top, and then you’re there and it’s like…..now what. haha.

So again, a huge congrats to you PZ, I am excited for you! When I get some more time, you better believe I’m going to be trying to get it back :)

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TimMcMorris
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Thanks for the clarification. The documentation you linked is related to a shortcode, which can be used quite easily, without coding. For example, the following shortcode will do something like what you described in the last message, i.e. sort ascending, no thumbnails, no submit button. [woocommerce_product_search order="ASC" product_thumbnails="no" submit_button="no"]

Just put it in a page and it will render automatically. It may work in a widget as well, not 100% sure though.

Further reading

YES!! That is what I needed. Thank you very much.

To show my appreciation for your help, I just purchased your Tax Display By Country Item :) just a little extra thanks!

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TimMcMorris
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I’m not sure I understand your requirements, but the WooThemes Product Finder plugin allows to search for products in a more flexible way.

Unfortunately that won’t help with my issue, but I really appreciate the response :)

Basically I have a site that uses the woocommerce product search and I want to customize search options like: the number of results it returns, the order of items, whether to show product thumbnails or not, whether to show the search button icon etc. All these option are outlined on the page I linked to above.

The problem for me is, I don’t know how to call these attributes so that they take effect in the search form. I’m looking for a way to manipulate the attributes so I can modify my search.

Hope that’s more clear :)

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I am looking for a woocommerce plugin that allows me to change (from the admin section) the attributes of the product search form ( see here under the “advanced” section: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/woocommerce-product-search/shortcodes/#section-3 )

I just want to change the way that the product search behaves, but I can’t find any plugin that does this! I am horrible at altering the functions file, I need something simpler.

If this exists, please point me in the right direction!

Thanks so much :)

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