Thanks for the tips. I’d like to bookmark the tracks within my browser, but I want my team members to have access to the collections and they are on different workstations.
Dirk, no the watermarked tracks on Youtube or Soundcloud don’t have any influence in my decision for which tracks to buy. I look exclusively on AJ. I usually start in the new items section, then move onto “popular items.”
I’m working on extended length commercial productions, such as docs and features and I wish there were more ambient/atmospheric music. I don’t want to always lay down a music track with instrumentals, but sometimes just need a single note that holds and creates tension. I wish there was an ambient tension cinematic pack available with an extended license.
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There is a nice solution I use on my workstations, it may help you a lot:
Since I use Google Chrome, and have a google account (gmail,YouTube) I sync it so it have all the same folders/favorites in the same account and it appears on ANY computer I use chrome.
My suggestion for you is:
Make a new google account for ALL YOUR MEMBERS (general account for all) and than whenever one of you update/change/add/remove something to the favorite, Everybody on your team will see the same, it’s super useful for me… maybe also for your goal
About the ambient tension cinematic pack, That’s funny because I’m working on a related series these days but also feel free to sniff around my cinematic music, you may find something interesting.
I hope that I helped, good luck!
I happen to be working on a “tension undertone” pack. How long do you think each tone would have to be?
Hey Jeremy, I happen to be working on a “tension undertone” pack. How long do you think each tone would have to be?
I’d keep the track length to around 3 mins each. Don’t make it an overly complicated score. Sometimes just a deep rumble with a single string is enough. Having some variations to choose from would be great.
Thanks! I’ll upload a pack of 10 minimal undertones. I’d like send you a message when it’s online, but there’s no message form on you profile page (like on mine).
jeremy (at) creative-lab (dot) com
I’ve been buying tracks off audio jungle for several years. I spend thousands of dollars every year. As a filmmaker, who runs a full-time studio, I have to make decisions quickly and this unfortunately also includes music track selection.
I’ll spend approximately 5 minutes searching for a sound track on audiojungle that I need for a current production. When I don’t find it, then I move onto another site or service. What I feel is very lacking is how I can manage my bookmarks. When I’m searching for a particular type of song, I usually come across other tracks that I like. So, I bookmark those tracks as well. After awhile, I have hundreds of bookmarks with very little way to manage them. I end up wasting so much time trying to find a track that I bookmarked, even though I placed it in a specific folder. That folder may have 50 tracks.
I could speed up my purchases if I could place folders within folders. I’d like to have a bookmark folder that says “Audio”, then one called “Music” and and another called “Sound Design”. Within “music” I can create another folder called “Cinematic”, etc. This makes sense to me because it’s how I organize everything else in my life.
If I can find the track I bookmarked, then I’ll buy it. But, I will only find it if the organization structure is in place.
Just my 2 centsJeremy
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Or maybe give a colored flag on the items, so you can recall them on a sort of “most important” criteria…i don’t know if i correctly explained myself