Good afternoon and good luck.
KingDog saidNice article(s). When I visited Canada a few years ago, my relatives actually left the house to buy coffee from Horton’s and came straight back home with it. Bizarre.
I actually did a three part series for FreelanceSwitch called The Freelancers Guide to Coffee Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.
Incidentally, I’ve now finished the entire jug that was in my photo at the beginning of the thread and I feel pretty jazzed.
I just found an old “Cona” vacuum coffee maker in a cupboard. My parents received it as a wedding gift in the 70s and it’s hardly been used since. It brews some very nice mellow coffee with hardly any bitterness. It’s now going to get the love it deserves.
Anyone else got a fancy brewer?
Out of all my tracks, the one that I like the most has never sold. Perhaps it’s too niche or I just don’t have very commercial taste. A track I wrote specifically for corporate use has sold the most. As predictable as this is it’s still a little… disheartening.
Just a thought.
I use duckduckgo.com I’m not a fan of google as a company. They’re not the good guys.
I think there should be a positive rating system only. Like on Facebook when you “like” something but you can’t click “dislike”. Why should a buyer be able to give a track a one star rating when that very same track has been reviewed by a member of the Audiojungle staff who deemed it good enough to sell on here.
Try this. http://www.try-sound.com/detail.asp/chris_hein_horns_vol_1_solo_instruments_v1_5/en They also have vol 2 and 3
Pretty cool site, they give you 25 minute sessions to try out all kinds of sample libraries right from your computer using your midi controller. Just read about this last night and just got done trying Symphobia 2 (Awesome).You just have to register first, it takes 2 seconds.
That’s a cool idea!