I’m almost embarrassed by my track now. A LOT of great material here. It will be hard for me to vote just one. Good job guys, a lot of talent in this thread for sure
And Happy Birthday to kinzi and typps
Way to go!
Bonjour et Bienvenue!
My wife and I started learning French about 2 years ago but need to pick it back up again. Hello and welcome is all I can muster right now
Rising to success is a great track, good luck!
I think it was 50% of total files plus $5 but I’m not sure.
That’s an awesome track Phantomatic lady gaga needs to be singing something over this. This definitely gives a smile Great melody.
Sound Repository, “Something Big is Coming” (thats what she said) nice dramatic track man I can see why it has so many sales.
Dude, Vaisnava you need to upload this! Great track! Did you engineer this, its is perfect.
GBREAL I can see this on Ocean’s Eleven, good job man! Give me the mic…where’s my snare
Holypet Nice work man! I was about to say I don’t know why this has more sales and then I noticed you uploaded it yesterday. Good luck with it I’m sure it will do well! Love when the Guitar comes in.
Tip #32: Make the music you love to make. Sure, you can make a few Ukulele corporate jingles every now and then if you really want to. But if you rock in making Metal…make a ton of Metal, it will sell because you will be the best at it. I think a lot of musicians with specific backgrounds in music come here and start to make Corporate Happy tunes and don’t do very well so they stop producing music.
I personally love to make all types of music, and as a result I’m not the best in any one category. That’s great for being a film composer but not for library music. If your the best at making R&B or Comedy for film you will do very well here! Good luck
Tip #33: Engineering is probably more valuable than composition. This is highly debatable as you really do NEED both. But Engineering is the Money Beet(reference “The Office”). It will still probably take me another 4 years to get my Engineering chops up to par…if ever!
Tip #34: Give comments! Musicians love when their music is being listened to. If you ever catch yourself listening to another authors work, give them a shout! Even if they didn’t get a sale that day/week/month reading your comment for some reason makes it all better.