Sales are going well for me this month, same last month.
I also have a Bouzouki, in Irish tuning, but have not used it in a project so far.
MValentino saidHi Marco, wow, that’s awesome! I’m going to have a good listen through your portfolio later today. I do also play percussion which I have sometimes used on my recordings.
Hi Andy Besides my main instruments which are violins and keyboards, I play Oud, Greek Bouzouki, sometimes an indian Esraj. I also play percussion, so you can hear in my tracks darbuka, udu, djembe,finger cymbals, kalimba and so on. Sometimes also flutes (indian and irish).
I was just interested to find out how many authors are actually playing some more unusual “ethnic” or “world” instruments, like Kora, Sitar, Oud, Cumbus, or anything else? I’d be particularly interested to hear any music you’ve made with such instruments. I bought an Oud recently and I’m going to use it at some point to make some music with an eastern flavour.
curtisschweitzer saidCongrats on the feature! Thanks also for your positive attitude towards soft rejections!
I’d just like to take a moment to publicly thank Envato for my recent weekly feature. There are so many great composers here on Audio Jungle, so it is an honor to be featured.
I’d also like to thank my reviewers—every soft rejection I’ve gotten has always included helpful feedback on how to improve my music, and, 100% of the time, has resulted in a better track here at AJ.Thank you so much! I’m truly humbled.
No, it’s not allowed, unless the work of the artist is public domain eg Mozart etc.
Hi Joonique. Welcome to AudioJungle!
Thank you everybody for you congratulations! I wish that kind of stuff for all of you too!! @ Andy: It started with this: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/license-question-did-that-happen-to-somebody/81224 so i knew it already before!!
Ah yes, I remember the thread now. Well, it’s amazing! I hope this brings you continued success I’m tweeting it now!
Wow! Well done Mat, that really is awesome news! How did you find out about this?