I have found someone to take the job. Thanks everyone, for your interest!
I run a little show called Video Game Music Remastered (VGMR for short) on YouTube. If any of you are VGM fans, you might know my channel “sschafi1”.
Anyway, I’m starting to design a website (nothing too fancy, just using WIX), and I’d love to have a personal logo to go with it. If anyone would like to help me out with this, I’d really appreciate it! You can e-mail me here: email@example.com
Thanks guys and gals
Thanks! Gotta love 8Dio and Heavyocity products
Congrats! I like it a lot
Which libraries did you use, if you don’t mind telling? I’m always curious to see what libraries people use for their productions
Sounds maybe like East West for the strings?
Well, this just got approved today, which is a good sign, haha.
But this is my first crack at mixing rock with electronica-style libraries, so I’m looking for some suggestions for stuff I could do in the future if I were to make more tracks of this genre.
Any and all feedback is appreciated! Thanks! Here’s the piecehttp://audiojungle.net/item/epic-rock-intro/4882846
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