Good luck and welcome to the jungle!
Not a bad song at all! Good job.
I think it might have to do with your string samples. At 1:48 on the first link, when the strings go high, they do sound a little fake. In the second link, the strings sound pretty obviously fake to me the whole time. Also, your mix could use some space and depth through better panning and fader control. There’s not a ton of width to the track – use the full spectrum of your pans and maybe add a stereo width plugin (these tracks, to me, sound a little too mono). Check fader levels by mixing in mono. Try mixing with some reference tracks as well.
I’m not perfect in my mixing either. We are all learning – always! Feel free to take what I have to say or leave it. I won’t be offended either way! Good luck!
Are VideoHive authors allowed to use AudioJungle items free of watermarks?
Somewhere between 1 and 8 days.
prestashopthemes saidYes I also avoid them too, hmm, difficult..
KabbalisticVillage saidMaybe people do, but I tend to stay away from any shortened links because I want to see where I’m going before I click.
I only use the full URL on all of my Youtube videos..i have never had problem. Do you think people click shorter url’s in general though?
(I use bitly) Hmmm… I’ve never thought about that.. but yeah, me too. Matt?
Analytics is not working for me.
Great! Good luck. Let us know if we can be of any more help. Also, let the AJ forums know when your videos are live. We love to see how our music is used!
The renewing the license thing is just if you make new videos more than a year after you first bought the license. This is not about the video running/being online for more than a year.
Yes, if you are continuing the series after the first year, only one new license needs to be repurchased for the 2nd year (and another for the 3rd, if the same series is continuing on from there).
All info on licensing for a series here: http://audiojungle.net/licenses/faq#separate-license-a (check out the first two questions)