So will I get more sales if I whine about it here, and say that I do not have any at all?
A lot of cool drums were mentioned here, I like BFD but they are a little bit expensive, so instead I use XNLAudio addictive drums, they are affordable and sound pretty cool. You should check them out, the support guys are helpful there as well, they do not have over the phone, but they help you via Email and Facebook page, and they reply to you pretty quick!
I do not like the fact that I am gonna have to deal with uncle Sam now
Any advice? What do you say? In my case with my portfolio that does not have a lot of items. Exclusive sounds like I might get a bigger cut, but the thing is nothing really sells, and I do not have the time to go “Chinese style” and spam the crap out of AJ with new tracks everyday.. Any advice?
My crap does not sell, so I don’t care either way…..
Not all of them are happy, but they got the Xmas vibe.
You all should close your accounts, so that me and a few top authors would be left here, and then I will have a better chance of selling my crappy music here
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I just sent my dog to Abu dhabi from USA and it landed in Germany for 4 hours xD, go say hi to him
If he is using mac, Logic.. And I see a lot of people recommending Reaper, but he did say that he is new to it, and as powerful as reaper is, it does look like a hard DAW for the beginner, because it is not pretty at all. Now I would suggest you trying Presonus Studio One for a DAW, because it is a very DRAG AND DROP Daw unlike others, you do not have to click anything, You just Visually drag things and drop them where you want them to be. As for drums, You started with an EZ Drummer, it is good, but you could try Addictive Drums too, very easy to use as well. So here is how you would do it, open up your daw, create a drum track, (drag the damn thing from the right window to the tracks window if you were in presonus studio one) and then drag those Midi files to the right track, its all drag drag drag and drop drop drop in Studio One . I would assume that the midi file from guitar pro would be windows mapped, so you would have to mess around with the mapping a little bit. But that is not hard, and it all depends whether you are going to use EZDrummer or Something else.