illuminations saidIf you get placed in a good Videohive project (and sometimes it happens without you knowing) your sales can boom VERY quickly.
So my curiosity is totally peaked. How did Snowflake Serenade go from having approximately 20 or so sales in the last 9 months it’s been available to being last weeks top seller with 73 sales just last week? The track is great but it’s so strange to me what could have caused such a massive boost in sales on one track that is intended for more Christmas type uses. Anyone have any idea?
yeah, videohive is source to happiness If we all could do amazin particle renders and innovative photo albums, we would be stinkin rich
Sweet memories: http://audiojungle.net/page/top_sellers?day=23&month=12&year=2012 maybe Christmas season has already begun. We have sold that logo file few times already this fall
1. orchestral instruments could have more unifying reverb etc. Brass instruments are too over the top compared to strings for example
2. Drums sound very cheap and draws too much attention. Those should support track and have some variation. Now drums are very simple loop.
3. Synth bass could have some variation and depth. Now it is very dull.
3. There could be few stops to ephasize different parts of the track
3. Possible guitar sound is very midish, it doesn’t sound credible and sound also cheap.
Well instead of searching like “medieval ambience” etc you have to break that stuff into pieces and think from what does that medieval life ambience could consists of.
Layer1: some nature ambience (distant bird singing etc)
Layer2: maybe little bit distant dog barking
layer3: horse carriage sound passing by etc.
layer4: some horse sounds
layer5: distant anvil hits etc as local blacksmith is working
layer6: maybe some distant little kids running/screaming sounds
layer7: marketplace fuzz people haggling socializing (some crowd ambience or layered from many sources)
layer8: maybe some medieval instrument sounds playing some forgotten tune in the distance.
Either search individual sounds through market places or buy some bigger sound collection depending do you need to do sound design for later on too.
What about just the Kontakt Player, is there anyway to get a previous version of that?
Question is little bit weird since every sample library that is powered by Kontakt, have kontakt player installation disc so maybe if you have retail box of some older sample library, it would have kontakt player 4 installation disc with it.
You can use Kontakt Player only those libraries that you validate through Native Instruments license center.
Of course there is restricted demo mode but who would like to compose like that
Umm if you re-check your Audiojungle sales you might end up different number Sales from Videohive etc doesn’t count on Audiojungle
Kontakt 5 worked pretty well on Windows Vista