Count me in too. My specialties are smooth jazz, modern classical, ambient and world.
I think will have a small freelance work for you after 5 june
your jazz skillz needed in an indie pop project
if the project will be not be delayed will contact you after 5 junge
Thank you and good luck !
Nice! Thanks! Looking forward to it!
Count me in too.
My specialties are smooth jazz, modern classical, ambient and world.
Good old book printed on paper and well worth a read ! The Manual, The: How to Have a Number One Hit the Easy Way http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1899858652/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_awdl_nRKFtb06R6NNZ via @amazon
Found it in the library! Pretty damn great read!
Even for entertainment factor alone this book has been worth it so far. Thanks for the recommendation!
I also don’t think you can share icons bought on GR with Regular license. I’m not sure about Extended tho.
You can try FontAwesome instead
Thanks for the resource. After burning an hour trying to make a template I realised best I stick to audio for now LOL.
I might be wrong, but I don’t think any of the presentation has Photodune’s stocks included. There are plenty of free image sources and such photos might be included in download, but not PD’s.
Could you provide an example? But don’t post link, just name of the item.
You’re right man, they don’t. But they do seem to include their own icons. Is it ok to buy icons here on GraphicRiver then make a pptx. file for sale using them or is that also not done?
Hey guys, I’ve been doing powerpoint presentations from scratch for years now and just realised you can sell them here. I’ve noticed that in most of these files the images (jpeg) ARE included (unlike the WordPress themes in Themeforest where they’re not included). So can I buy PhotoDune images to use for a powerpoint template? Also I assume I’d need to buy an extended license as I am making a product which I will then be selling again.
When I think of Hollywood sounding scores, woodwinds that have that “big Hollywood sound” don’t really come to mind, you know? Maybe partly because modern Hollywood scores no longer use woodwinds But they don’t sound that bad in the demos…
+1 It is interesting to see how the flute/oboe/clarinet fell out of favour for film scores. I sometimes watch movies from before the 80’s and see the woodwinds playing a strong roll (especially in British films LOL) but less and less as the years go by.
Mind you, one film score I really liked that did use quite a bit of woodwind was the one for the two new Star Treks. Whilst the main melody is played by horns, the woodwind theme backing it up is also pretty sweet.
Gotta agree with Adam. You gotta be really wary of how seductive these programs are, especially the YouTube “features” where they show the program’s capacity. I’m also running out of a MacBook Pro and I soon learned how thirsty a lot of these programs are.
Taking a page out of the lessons learned from the video that Matt (AlumoAudio) uploaded about that Swedish production duo:
Try your best with your current setup and see where you go with it. Buy slowly here and there, programs you really like and you know will really add flavour.
Mind you though, IF you do have the hardware to take it, EW is pretty sweet and the deal is pretty good from an economic standpoint. I have a colleague who is fiercely loyal to EW and did amazing things with it, although she did have a pretty damn good hardware setup to back it up.
Thanks so much for the great advice guys.
I watch a thing or two on YouTube.
I personally really like everything from this guy’s channel (I’m sure tons of you know this guy’s work):https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjRzsiP_aDWWLHV4-2LKBtg