I’ve been searching for some tracks on Audiojungle today… and to be honest, it’s quite hard work.
Then I suddenly had an idea…. As I’m working on some designs for an animation and I need music to go along with them, it would be very cool if I could make a playlist of 40 tracks inside Audiojungle and just listen to them in the background as I work. What a timesaver! When I hear that perfect track, I’ll just go and buy it.
I’d be able to name and save off my playlists. It would familiarise me with new tracks and authors for the future and would make it easier for me to find them again. I know you can download tracks and do this in iTunes manually, I know you can bookmark stuff, but it’s not quite the same. It requires too much active effort.
Another thought that I had had is that you could change the playback mode for Audiojungle from hearing the whole track to hearing a 20 second excerpt of the track (like iTunes does). The author would prepare this extra version to highlight the best or most typical moment from the track. If the author hasn’t prepared this file, then in “quick mode” a random 20 seconds is chosen from the track.
When you’re in a hurry, this would make searching for audio much, much quicker.
+1 totally agree!
Yes, very interesting, especially first point
Yes, I like it… +1
Sounds good to me
Hello! Good idea, thank you) We have a flash player, but he is not perfect, if anyone had it finalized, it would fit perfectly for the purposes described by you …
Hi, sounds to be a nice idea. Just drop files (songs in our case) in some kind of light box or player and listen in the background. I’d like to extend your idea felt_tips: When I look for music – than I always have to download the songs, put them in a mail and send to costumers. Why not just send the list in the player via E-mail that costumers can choose, which files they want. Either the files could be send or a link to the player or whatever (may drive even more traffic to the jungle and one could use it for referral links It’s like: You log in, create a play list and make it public via mail to a certain group or a single person. Cheers berlinsound
There was one idea here few months ago,which is simmilar to yours. AJ Radio, but You wrote great +1 to this idea. I thought that noone will listen watermarked tracks, but if someone need to find something great to his work, this seems to be really good!