I had an Envato artist (non-AJ) offer to buy one of my tracks. I named a price and never heard back. To this point the track has earned about a third what I was going to charge him, and eventually it’ll probably surpass that. I’m reluctant to pull a popular song. You never know how much it will eventually earn, and who knows…maybe a bigger fish will want to buy it later. Plus I would feel the need to replace the sold track with one very similar. And that’s “chewing your cud twice,” something I don’t like to do. As a musician OR as a cow.
Moo, Garry O
How about When Irish Eyes Are Smiling? http://audiojungle.net/item/when-irish-eyes-are-smiling/3909000?ref=GarryONeal
Thanks for doing this. On St. Patty’s Day, I will drink two extra green beers in your honor!
I find that a doubling preset of some sort, with a little delay and modulation, really makes whistling sound pro.
Hard to beat Lexicon. The bundle is expensive, but you can buy individual ‘verbs, like plate for intance, for a reasonable price.
To me this has the making of a great reggae tune. Why not listen to a little reggae to get in the mood, and then remix your tune with a “rasta vibe.” You could speed it up a little, maybe use more closed hi-hat instead of open, add some echo to the guitar, and tighten everything up. A little bit of a loose groove is appropriate for reggae, but as has been pointed out, your song lacks a “pocket” as it stands now. I would make it longer too. Why not? More money for you.
BINGO! E-Flex is right. And this is good info if you’re not aware of it. I added some keywords, then I requested the song be moved, and it is now in the queue. So if you don’t attach audio files, then you need to make a keyword change in order to be accepted for an update review.
I was told that you don’t need to attach audio files if you just want to have the reviewer add some new keywords or move a song to a different category. Yet when I try it and click submit, it just takes me to the song’s page and I get no indication that anything has happened. Am I missing something?
Would a little bit of ambiance on the finger snap, maybe lowered a db and a half, help it sit in the mix a little bit better? Just wondering.