Thanks! Hopefully it’s a sign of things to come
So I checked my account using the handy little NvatoMe app, and there before me was a sale that was much higher than the rest. My first extended license sale!
I fixed the drums’ volume, so it should sound a bit better now
I have no idea if you still need any music, as this thread is pretty old, but you can check out my portfolio if you want. I have a few tracks that could be used for video games, so they should fit a youtube channel about games
Thanks for the reply! Brubeck was indeed an inspiration, haha.
I thought the drums might have been a bit loud as well, I’ll definitely fix that.
I was going for more of a Jazzy-Ambient hybrid style with this track, so the heavily delayed synth bells with a hefty amount of reverb kind of fit that ambient style. It sounds better when combined with the low synth pad and synth strings that come later
I had the category as “Ambient: Lounge” but the reviewer changed it to Jazz
I’m fairly new to AJ, as I’ve only been here since late June, but I already have made over 20 bucks. I think I can get used to extra cash, however small the amount, haha.
I recently uploaded a track that’s meant as background music for any variety of projects. I already have 1 sale on it, which is great, but I’m wondering if there’s anything I could do to the audio to make it sell better? I know that mixing/mastering can take something that sounds good to the next level, so I’m hoping I can do more to increase the appeal
All critiques are appreciated!http://audiojungle.net/item/raindrops/2759710
Now, I’ve seen plenty of requests here for scary music for like horror projects or games, so I know that they exist here, but one of my tracks got rejected for being too “experimental”.
Unless I’m mistaken, aren’t these kinds of tracks supposed to sound that way? The way I figure, if there’s any sort of market for the tracks you create, shouldn’t they be accepted (even if they are niche)?
If anyone can shed some light on this, I’d appreciate it Also, this site is awesome, haha. I’ve only been here like a month and already have 2 sales
Happy to be here!
If you still need a warming up sound, mine just got done processinghttp://audiojungle.net/item/orchestra-warmup/2693361
I mostly use Pro Tools. If I’m scoring music and need to make actual sheets, I’ll use Finale (for MIDI editing as well).
When I need to run many instances of Kontakt or Play, I’ll use REAPER (which is x64 unlike PT).
Great programs all around