Ah, nice one. Good to know incase I forget to zip all the main files again.
Within 1 minute of the API being relaunched 1 user was already blocked.
Haha indeed. Poor bastard! xD
Congrats to both!
That looks pretty useful. One question there though, do you get a message/reminder that somebody posted a question/comment on one or more of your tunes?
Tagged already like an animal. That should hopefully do the job.
Good and most of all REAL recorded guitars/bass tracks are pretty rare nowadays on many different sites. You can never archive the same feel of a real guitar with a fake synth guitar. It’s simply blasphemy!
sure, i’d be interested.
I’m not certain how effective the unique price would be for a site template or something that would potentially sell a lot, but I CAN vouch that a system like this for audio could work very well. There are many types of songs that are in niche markets, game music especially holds extreme importance when somebody wants to stand apart from the others.
In this regard game music here sells very poorly because after the fifth time or so people don’t want to buy it anymore because somewhere out there, there are 5 games with that same track.
It is impossible to make $200+ with a single track in this niche market, but a lot more money can be made by a buyer who was willing to pay that extra to make sure the track they bought is only used by them.
brilliant lil app! Is there any hope of seeing this get ported to work regular PC? Is that already possible?
Terribly sorry for assuming then.
I fully support that decision. Songs made from existing loops, even royalty free ones is not something that should be supported in any shape or form. It takes little to no effort to make them and it would give AJ a bad name if it was filled with that kind of stuff.
Besides, not every program comes with royalty free loops, many of them come with loops that are not sellable on the market. So if you’re somebody who spends all their time with putting together loops chances are you don’t know if those loops are yours to sell, so why risk the chance?