I am from Poland, though you already know that
I’ve been quite inactive for a while (work and university are two time consuming bastards), but now I’m very happy I can now brag about selling a hundred tunes! Considering my complete lack of any musical background and doing it just straight out of love and passion, it feels awesome that there are people, who do like my work and even pay for it.
That aside, yesterday while submitting my latest and greatest track, I’ve noticed that long queues are back again.
And I’m an underpaid C#/ASP.NET/SQL developer, previously worked as a unix network administrator and a tech support specialist.
I use foobar2000 since about godknowswhen. Recenly, with Kameleon skin, it looks awesome and it’s very fast, configurable and easy to use.
Also you should use long titles so your feelings can be described better. Post-rock bands can be your inspiration. For example, one of Red Sparrowes’ songs is called “And by Our Own Hand Did Every Last Bird Lie Silent in Their Puddles, the Air Barren of Song as the Clouds Drifted Away. For Killing Their Greatest Enemy, the Locusts Noisily Thanked Us and Turned Their Jaws Toward Our Crops, Swallowing Our Greed Whole.” Easy to remember, lots of purchases! They’re more famous than you for a reason.
0 dB to -1 db, depending on the dynamics, then normalizing to 0 db.
Sounds good for me. But why not Title of Track (Catchy Happy Jolly Jumpy Jingle Chillout Mix) then?
It still would be better to contact support though.
I guess it all depends on the data amount. Up to 1 TB, I think external HDD ’s are the best option, considering the price, reliability and the read/write speed. Any type of Internet storage is not a best option in my opinion, unless the provider guarantees no data loss. And unfortunately – remote servers are more prone to failure and data loss than a HDD kept safely in your closet. Unless you keep it close to strong magnets.