Not sure if this conforms to AJ posting rules, but for big budget, I value the thinkspaceonline courses, groove3 has also a ton of useful stuff (the “all access” pass is ridiculously cheap for what you get. Depending on what you’re aiming at scorecastonline is also a great (free) resource for a bunch of information.
Hope this helps Cheers B
equality means everybody has the same chances, not some more than the others. i do not care that x is better than y, i want x and y having the same chances of being discovered. its just moronic.
Exactly, everybody has started out on the SAME principles, some have grown, some (well, more) have been lost along the way. But that’s not “moronic” that’s just how business works.
Tim, pretty much what I wanted to say, just way better worded
... I’d love you to hop over to the Indigogo campaign page of this horror flick that I have the opportunity to do the score for. It could really be an awesome movie and we appreciate any help we can get. Even if your not able to actually fund the campaign you can help us by spreading the word, sharing the trailer, the campaign, the facebook page.https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-possession-experiment https://www.facebook.com/thepossessionexperiment
Music for the trailer also by yours truly
Thx for taking the time.
It doesn’t get any better than Eduardo Tarilonte’s “Era”. When it comes down to playabilty and range of instruments this is pretty much the best that is out there. Other I know of are some niché libs with some old percussion stuff etc. But seriously, if you wanna make medieval music, there’s no way around “Era”. Maybe check Best Service or Soundsonline, I guess they will have a summer sale. Cheers B.
Don’t get mislead by the “light” in the title, it’s an awesome full service choir library that’ll get you very far. The Olympus bundle, or Mars and Venus mainly give you even more flexibility in terms of divisi writing (men/women) plus more syllables / fx etc. But Requiem still holds a solid place in my template and I even have 8DIOs Req Pro. If it’s your first attempt on a choir lib, totally go for it. Well worth the bucks. B
Wow sounds nice. Do you get to keep an account with them? In case you lose the file?
I bought some VSTs before from www.soundsondemand.com and if you lose the file you are pretty much SOL. You can not download it back again.All my other VSTs are downloadable. Addictive Drums and NI instruments and such.
That’s simply not true, all you need to do is contact their support via email and ask for new dl links. Usually they get to you within 24hrs, if even.
Will be there on Sat. as well
Blue_Atom_Audio, you can’t register trax on a PRO library and sell them here as royalty free at the same time. (Besides the fact of renaming tracks, which may work to some point but still can get you in trouble – and is within a very dark grey legal area). If a client buys a track of yours here on AJ, he has not to pay further royalties for the usage of that cue. If that same cue is registered with a PRO elsewhere, it is likely to happen that this client gets contacted by the PRO to pay usage fees for that bespoke track. AFAIK AJ is currrently reconsidering the licensing structure and RF / PRO registered discussion. Hopefully there’s gonna be some major changes and improvements in the near future, but as it is today, you are not allowed to register material (no matter ex or non-ex) with a PRO that you are selling here. Best B
You may take your time and give this a read: http://www.deaneogden.com/blog/the-culture-of-free/
Or in short, no!