Maybe the bass section of the piano (left hand) is too repetitive. Yoy can always edit your item in order to upload a new better version. Try adding some strings or pads. Good luck! And be patient
Search Google about yourself. Sometimes an author is displayed in the credits.
FACEBOOK PLAYER : It would be more that interesting that AudioJungle URLs when posted to facebook, embed a player like SoundCloud or YouTube does, instead of have to upload songs and sfx to SoundCloud and then post the SoundCloud link and have to add links to AJ items.
Hi! This leaves are tilable but I bet that you will need to do some editing like soften or give some transparence in order to not interfere with the text.
They can create for you a virtual US account with all the same BANK checking account numbers that any US citizen can have. You just log in to your PayPal account and instead of asking for a check you will make a transfer to your Payoneer’s virtual US bank account. Once the transfer is made, you can withdraw the money at any ATM (an ATM charge plus a Payoneer fee will apply) or spend it on any real store. I haven’t shopped on line with it.
I hope the CIA won’t knock at my door.
Just think that the 4 floating buttons at the left are pretty annoying and sometimes they block important text and images.
You may want to relocate them either at the top or bottom of the window.
I’ve transferred money from my PayPal account to a Payoneer’s virtual account almost at the drop of a hat! I mean it was really fast! Faster than the ordinary load of payments.
First, you have to apply for a Payoneer debit mastercard card and receive a certain number of payments. Then you can ask Payoneer team for a virtual US checking account. They will ask you some questions about your work, websites and what do you want that account for.
Once the virtual account is set up, you will be able to enter the bank account numbers into your PayPal account and make money transfers.
On the other hand, I withdrew cash from ATMs and shopped at many stores.
... It’s super easy for customers to make an effect louder in their application of choice. But I don’t know how that would effect the sale of the given sound effect. As you probably know, louder music/audio always seems to sound better to the general music listener, even if it’s heavily compressed. If someone is shopping for FX and they compare yours to another louder sound effect, the louder effect might win. I think your best bet would be to include both a maximized version and the uncompressed version and use the louder version as the AudioJungle preview. If you include both, the customer can choose, and I believe they would appreciate that…
Thanks Ryan. I’m not sure if both louder and softer versions are allowed on AJ.
I think that it would be useful for buyers if we make a hard limiting to a reasonable level in a way that when buyers decide to make a sound louder they will be able to raise up the effective volume without any clipping. If we don’t, and if the wave has some high peak, even when a buyer try to normalize the sound to 0dB, it won’t sound as high as they expect.
I’ve noticed that sometimes I have to play two or three times the play button on the mini audio player that appears at the left of each item in the search results or any list of items. The last time this happened to me was while browsing with Internet Explorer 8.
Another problems about normalizing is when the background noise becomes notorious. While a sound effect may sound good at low levels, it can be awful at a higher level because of the noise floor becomes audible.
If a buyer hears a loud sound effect without notice any background noise, hiss or whatsoever, he may feels more confident of using that sound. On the other hand, if a sound is at a low level they don’t know how it will sound at higher volume, unless they turn the volume up while listening to the preview.
Of course, it is better to normailze a sound when it is at a high resolution, that’s before uploading it to a stock site, instead of letting the buyer to normalize it after purchase from a 16bit/44.1kHz file. i.e., if I record a sound at 24bit / >=48kHz and then normalize it, the resulting sound file will sound better.