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+1 captha is getting on my nerves as well.
I don’t get it, why are they doing that in movie theatres? I mean, although the loudness war has its own marketing logic (so to speak) what good would it do to blast the speakers in a movie theatre of the actual movie people already paid to see?
TheRedGiant saidLol. And then you say “Yeah baby, Ive got $14. Can I buy you a drink?
Sure. Every girl I meet on the street is like “you’re the guy who has sold TWO tracks over at Audiojungle??? I’M YOURS !”
I think it’s more like: Hey baby, I made 14 bucks, can you buy me a drink?”
Most people I know don’t even know I make music and most people that know I make music never listened to any of my songs :))
ps: funny thread
Even though you ordered a payoneer card, you will still be able to chosse your payment method every month. But I suggest using payoneer
I had 2 users sending me an apology for rating my files with a low rating by mistake. Somehow the rating system got blocked or something. Anyway, maybe at some point the rating system will be removed from AJ since it’s pretty much pointless.
No problem, given you’re based in the UK, Vevo might operate differently for you. The ad is embedded into the page, so there’s no avoiding it here in the US. Vevo has thrown up some particularly odd links for me in the past, but Iron Maiden to Carly Rae is their best yet.
Vevo always messes up links here too. I won’t be surprised if Snooky would appear behind a Deep Purple video.
Now I’m no mastering expert, but I thing that’s just wrong.
Hi there, maybe check this one outhttp://www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep11/articles/loudness.htm
The thing is, pushing the volume too much (compression, limiter etc.) will kill sound frequencies, therefore making it sound “different”. While that sound may be great for some songs, it might not work on others.
The bad thing is that engineers who like the over compressed sound can achieve the exact same sound without making the song louder, but those who aren’t big over compression fans don’t really have a choice if they want to keep the volume up to today’s standards.
Also, I do think that over compressing makes a lot of room for compromises. (compromising sound over volume)
That’s just my opinion though