Try this one out, it’s my latest.http://audiojungle.net/item/lost-in-thought/4604680
Yah I definitely think the quality standards should be a bit higher. I hear a lot of item that make me think ” who would ever buy this…” or “HOW on earth did this get approved….” Not necessarily because of the music or arrangement, but just the poor sound quality. I think AJ in general needs a good weeding.
The John Thompson’s music theory series is one of the most popular methods for learning theory/sight reading. It’s used my a lot of teachers and amateur tutors, and covers a very wide skill range. Give them a look, it would certainly be a great start.
Here are a few of my cinematic tracks. All varying of course.http://audiojungle.net/collections/2164860-trailer-music
Anyone else have a lot of experience with using parallel compression on drums? I’ve been using it a lot lately with pretty amazing results. Just curious about others.
RIP TRAX, it’s a good idea but I guess just not the right place.
@JonBuice That’s the same version of Pro Tolls I had when I quite on Pro Tools. I dont know why But I never liked Pro Tools a lot. But I understand it is the industry standard, so if you are serious in audio production you have to know at least how to use it. But I Pro Tools is not my piece of cake.
I agree completely, however I’ve found protools to be extremely workflow friendly from the moment I purchased it. I also use the very same version at my job so I’ve certainly got my proficiency down. Now i’m just limited by my hard/software.