For my example, it would be the exact same video+music posted on multiple sites.
Congrats! I bet that felt good! hehe
Sorry to highjack the thread but my Q is related, and there’s no point having multiple threads for a similar topic.
If a song is used in a video, and posted on, say, youtube AND vimeo, does a single license cover this or are two required?
Yes PSPs VintageWarmer2 is great. If you can’t afford that there’s OldTimer which is also a great compressor that adds warmth.
I’ll tell you when I get there, I’m still waiting for 20! LOL
Things picked up yesterday for me – two sales after having none for 10 days. Two days in a day is a first for me so that’s positive My latest track just came out, so I’m hoping that will convert to sales as well.
I have a feeling that you’re over compressing the tracks, which is sucking the dynamics out of the song. If you look at the waveform on soundcloud, it’s pretty much constant. So, when the guitar chords blocks are strummed, there’s no headroom to give it oomph as it’s at the same dynamic level as the track. Back off the compression on all your tracks, and let the track breath some more, and I think you’ll be a step closer to the sound you’re looking for.
From how I understand it:
Bounce rate is the % of visitors that landed on your page and exited without visiting any other pages.
Exit rate is the total number of Exits divided by the total number of Pageviews.