I noticed this earlier this week on Tim’s profile. Like Sascha said, it must have been a heck of a work to organize all these collections, but probably worth the effort for big folios like yours! Elite authors like you guys inspire us all to work harder, and not just on the music side of things. Keep it up!
Creattive saidThanks Tobi! I’m sure you will find some talented an dedicated people in a hurry. Like Jamie for instance, he seems to be pretty popular these days! Good luck.
A great shoutout to my friend David here, better known as Stuck in the Basement, who has been my main collaborator in the last months.
Congrats Luca, enjoy the exposure!
You can use SoundCloud for this with a “buy” link that redirects your potential buyers to your item page. Works on Twitter as well.
lion-audio saidCool, let me know how that works for you! And yes, my Ukulele is pretty cheap. I did not know any better when I bought it, oh well… still works for the little use I make of it. By the way Ukulele experts, how often do you change the strings on these bad boys?
Hey Stuck in the Basement, I’m just trying out your ukulele technique on my very first uke track, since i seem to have the exact same setup (crappy room / Nt1a / crappy ukulele – not sure if yours is crappy, too). thanks for sharing, everybody!
I’ve had both and clearly the featured items bring better results. This said, sales did pick up after being the featured author, just not instantly and not as much.
I personally own a Kala KA-S which I record – much like anything else – with the very affordable yet reliable Rode NT1-A. I put the mic very close to the instrument, slightly above it, and angled toward the soundhole.
The reason I put the mic so close to the instrument is that the acoustic in my little basement office is far from being great. I use very little EQ, just a hig pass to cut the low ends at 80-120Hz or so. This takes care of the proximity effect altogether.
I usually double my takes and pan them for more presence, and also add an IR Reverb (with moderation) supposed to simulate a studio room. That’s about it. Oh and I forgot, I sometimes use a slight compressor, but not necessarily, it depends on the mood and feel of the track.
You can hear the result of this technique in my track (fittingly) entitled “Ukulele Frenzy”. I hope it’s okay to mention it for the sole purpose of this thread.
UJ-pro saidWhen you follow someone on Audiojungle, you see the new items they posted recently when you log in (top right corner). It is true for all the different marketplaces. I guess this was designed more as a mean for customers to keep track of their favorite artists rather than a “social media”-like feature.
Maybe a stupid question – I don’t know. But what is the meaning of follower “here”?