To be fair this is sad, We sent through a perfectly well recorded soundtrack that has already been sold as on hold music and it was rejected because of the track production which was mixed on a £40k mixing desk. And worst about it all i didn’t even receive any feedback
Don’t stress about it yet. Upload your song on soundcloud or somewhere where other authors could give you feedback – eventually you’ll change a few things and send it again.
So sorry for bumping up this thread again, just wanted to say thanks to the above posts – I only just noticed those. Other than that, it can be locked from the staff if necessary since it’s that old, I’ll understand.
@petrenj: Yes, exactly, our first gig was with them! Thanks
@leto Thank you leto! Wow I hadn’t noticed that! Just so you know, you were one of those authors that stuck to me when I first signed in here – was always checking out your work the first days to understand how this marketplace works.
@OramaMusic Thanks my friend, eyxaristo poli!
Excellent, thanks for your hard work.
Haha, loved it! And the slight “accent” makes it more unique and humorous, keep it.
Jogging/Running might help – and of course, cut anything containing caffeine and teine. Good luck, hoping you can solve this, insomnia is an awful thing.
I’m sure there are some other older forum topics about this that would shine more light than my post here, but the most compact way to explain it is this:
<a href="http://blabla-link-of-item-or-project/iSeeMusic-Logo-Item"><img src="http://link-of-image.jpg" /></a>
<a href="http://audiojungle.net/item/merry-christmas-violin/6247344?WT.ac=portfolio_item&WT.seg_1=portfolio_item&WT.z_author=iSeeMusic"><img src="http://0.s3.envato.com/files/74170139/iseemusic.png" /></a>
And yes, you just go the Description (Settings) of your item or your profile, and experiment over there with this kind of code.
What I haven’t understood with Tunesat’s subscription policy, is if it’s billing you 1 whole year (by subtracting an amount monthly from your credit/debit card) or if you can cancel on the second month for example. Anyone could help on this?
Fantastic!!!! Spot on… the only point that once you mingle money in relations with time you find your self reducing the creativity, i remember the time i was working this as a hobby was much more creative.
I agree. That’s why maybe it’s good to get that “space” and “time” as much as possible into the ‘professional’ schedule – that way you’re probably releasing a similar original curiosity and creativity again.