This one may fit the bill.http://audiojungle.net/item/majestic-landscapes/5682475
This one is meant for a life retrospective. If you want something shorter, could I suggest using just the bridge and coda, or I could always edit it.http://audiojungle.net/item/a-life-remembered/3947254
I wouldn’t bother replying again. You don’t need this guy, he needs you. To trash a video in which he has invested his time and passion for the sake of having to pay a miniscule amount to include someone else’s intellectual property is crazy.
For the effort involved by the author, $17 is a bargain. Try hiring anyone else to do anything for that amount.
Congratulations Flossie. I’ve commented on your work previously. You certainly have the drive to succeed.
Well said AlumoAudio.
I don’t understand why anybody investing their time in a project should expect your time to be free also, especially given the minimal cost involved. C’mon guys/girls, if you feel so strongly about the cause, that’s great but kick in the $17 yourself. Not a big ask.
Perfection!!!!! These guys are great. So refreshing to see musicians who are on top of there craft, Thanks
Just so you guys know – Optus is one of the top two communications companies here in Australia and the presenter is a comedian who is known nationally. This means this ad was probably done by a Top 5 agency.
Nice to know they shop here but, if you check the production music rates here, you would see how cheaply they got this music.
It was nice to see a music credit on the clip.
Great to see somebody prepared to spend the money on tracks as a value proposition.
Makes a change from others using watermarked tracks to work up a complete project only to find the track is no longer available – I mean putting in all that work but not prepared to spend the $17 upfront.
I enjoyed the video btw although this guy makes us mere mortals look a little lame.