I analyzed some of the top selling tracks here out of curiosity and I noticed that a lot of the (especially newer) ones have an integrated loudness (LUFS EBU R128) of about -8, which I had thought was really loud. Some of the older top sellers have an INT LUFS of around -12 to -13, being quite a bit quieter.
All you see around the web is the broadcast standard of -23, but is there sort of an unofficial standard for mastering music measured in Integrated LUFS?
Authors, have you all switched from measuring in RMS to LUFS, or are you staying with the older methods?
Do you notice that for YouTube use, people want more compressed music, especially where there’s a voice-over? Or the opposite?
2 sales – let’s keep this tempo up March!
That wasn’t an easy one to spot Phil, well done! And of course, well done Jeff!
If you can play the guitar it will be much easier to just buy a ukulele, and it will sound more organic.
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I don’t believe you can replace it with an image though. HTML only works in the Profile Text box.
I’m using jBridge for Mac with Logic for Sylenth1 and a few other plugs and it works just fine.
Two of my 1-minute tracks:
Folk Acoustic Ad:http://audiojungle.net/item/folk-acoustic-ad/4036923
Simple Ukulele Ad 2