I export the final mix from my DAW as a WAV and use Audacity to add the watermark. I also create my MP3 versions at this stage which allows me to easily add ID3 tags in to the files. I find this an easy way to space out the different track versions for the preview file.
At most I will slightly adjust the watermark volume depending on where it sits within the rest of the mix. I prefer the watermark to be untreated with any other effects from the main track.
Great stuff, Phil. Good to see talented authors recognised and given such great opportunities.
You’re welcome. Hehe.
Congrats on being featured. As someone who sings badly in the shower, I envy the quality of your singing which suits so many tracks on here.
Keep up the great work, mate.
I also conducted a search for songs which are 2:17 in length. Didn’t find that particular track.
Hope the feature brings you many sales.
Amazing stuff. Well done, GC. Great reward for all the hard work you put in.
Amazing effort, PZ!! and still going strong.
I notice he joined AJ 2 months before I did. I really think that 2 month gap has put me on the back foot and I’ve been playing catch-up ever since.
Yep. In a global market Summer happens twice a year
TheBritonz saidThere’s AdRev, Tunesat and our own Sleuthing agencies!
studio26design saidExcuse me, but how did you find that video with your music? There are nothing about music in their description. Great track, by the way)
I have no idea what they are saying but my music is in the background. http://vimeo.com/59759876
Actually, in this instance I was contacted by the Creative Director of the Advertising Agency producing the commercial requesting a minor edit to the track. Then I kept an eye on their website until I heard my track. Other times it is via AdRev and sleuthing.