This might be a strange thread but I am guilty of it so I thought I’d ask for a bit of fun.
Have any of you heard a famous track and thought “I want to record a tune like that” and tried to re-create the vibe. If people cant afford to use hit songs we can offer the next best thing. I’ll avoid using the term “ripping off” because after all, we’re making backing music.
Here’s a track of mine from a while ago that was inspired by a famous tune. See if you can guess which one and feel free to post your own.http://audiojungle.net/item/drifting/861495
After watching this Im quitting music. There’s no way I could ever emulate such a masterpiece. Music has reached it’s pinnacle.
AlumoAudio saidDespite the fact that I’m from Russia, I did not buy a single bottle of vodka) mainly Scotch whiskey and bourbon
Congratulations dude! This is great news and totally deserved! I’ll have an authentic Vodka with ice please
Im from Scotland but… I prefer JD. Have one for me. Congratulations!
I think there should be a positive rating system only. Like on Facebook when you “like” something but you can’t click “dislike”. Why should a buyer be able to give a track a one star rating when that very same track has been reviewed by a member of the Audiojungle staff who deemed it good enough to sell on here.
One time I recorded my girlfriend saying “Audiojungle” and it sounded very close to the watermark. I tried to sneak it into on of my previews (just one time during the track) but the reviewer was on the ball and caught me! Haha. Almost
What i often do is use the Audiojungle watermark when sending the edited file over for review. When it gets to the point they’re happy with it, they send you the money, you send them the file. But I would never send a file to an online customer without getting any cash.
Welcome to AJ. All the best. It’s an adventure!
Congrats. Great achievement!
Can u elaborate on this creative commons music credit thing?
Hey. Creative commons is a license that basically gives people permission to use your song for free. You can state that in return you require a credit. You also get different Creative Commons types. You can restrict people from editing your track or re-selling it etc. Soundcloud is where I imagine most people will download these tracks from.