Sure is a good idea!!
And, just in case, why do not add an ‘exclusive’ option for buyer (the common kind of licence used in broadcast)?
In this way an item would be ‘unsellable’ for six/twelve month and a big name could use exclusively fot his/her campaign.
Well, mastering if we are referring to the complete sense of the word is a big, delicate and difficult process involving a lot of things: creating the flow in an album with the right space and order between songs, the relative levels adjustment, the mood ins and outs, the making of tracks suitable for different medium (as you said) and the like; today is, most of all, just a race to reach the higher loudness possible (the only thing a good mastering engineer should be against to..) because the music seems to have to stand over a lot of noisy enviroments but with the results of becoming fatiguing and boring to listen to when played in the right place (not in your car obviously ).
Now, in our particular case, I agree with all of the above: it is just an optimization of our work. The problem of this kind of business (libraries) is that you don’t know where your music will be played (for instance for broadcast there are strictly loudness rules to follow, for cinema is different and for radio the less you compress the best will play). Thus I prefer to stay quite neutral, not compressing too much, and leaving more freedom to the engineer that will use my work; if he/she is a pro shall know what to do, and above all he/she will be able (impossible with an overcompressed master), otherwise, for amateur use, the music will sound good anyway. The only drawback is that probably won’t stand out while a client is jumping between various authors items.
Here is a couple of soft piano tracks from my portfolio:http://audiojungle.net/item/little-piano-journey/7691787 http://audiojungle.net/item/paths/2961698
For personalization boomopera explained it right
But are we sure that’s all right doing this? I’m assuming it is only because the thread has not been locked right now
Well, here is my entries, one cover and one original:http://audiojungle.net/item/christmas-presents/9519474 http://audiojungle.net/item/silent-night/9548347
Hehe the Dino in the funny video really got me
Well, for orchestral work ActionPackedAudio gave you a detailed and very useful description and I agree with him.
Check also this thread:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/sax-vsts/110046?page=2
It’s about sax libraries but the last post from me gives an opinion concerning more general use brass libraries.
Well, I’m italian but I’ve been living in Menorca (and here I’ll stay) since three months. Thus I’m almost spanish I believe
This group it’s probably a good place for me where to learn a lot about Spain, language included.
Thank you and see you there!
... During this time I may or may not have my video taken down, disabled, or whatever and i am completely at the mercy of the “system.”
Just a word of reassurance about that: the youtube notice is just a ‘notice’ and your video will be NEVER taken down unless the copyright owner acts against you.
If you often buy from same authors you could try to contact them and ask if they whitelist your entire channel. In this way all music acquired by author ‘xxx’ never get a notice anymore from youtube when published on your channel.
A funny example: because I’m not a youtube partner, when I publish a song of mine I can’t get any earning for the streaming; using AdRev I can publish my song on youtube, get a infringement notice (basically because I’m stealing copyrights to myself) and leave the notice without submitting any dispute. That’s the only way I can get a little earning from youtube streaming