Now what if you make a dramatic version of a track and a sentimental version of the same track. One using strings, one using keys but both using the same melody and structure. Can I sell them as two different songs or should I package them together?
The hardest part about making music for me is naming it.
I do not know about you guys, but man do i struggle with naming tracks. I used to save my tracks by genre name and number (i.e. house4,house5,epic10) so naming tracks now sure has been tough. Boy do i feel goofy writing some of the names. I cant stop laughing at some of the names I used for my tracks on this site. Sometimes It takes me longer then it should just to name it because I try to capture the song’s essence in its title.
Any one else feel my pain? or have any tips?
Cant we all agree there is enough cheerful ukulele tracks on this site already? lol
I try to make music different from the norm here(i.e. cheerful ukulele stuff) and as often as I can. Yes, there is a market that buys such tracks of mine, but time after time I have received “This track is not commercially viable” or simply rejected without a reason.
kudos for having reviewers that make sure amateur stuff do not get passed through but at least do not block our creativity because it is not “commercially viable” in YOUR OPINION.
I just uploaded this but i know this will be my top seller in a weekhttp://audiojungle.net/item/revelation-of-strings/4832613
hmm, I must consider getting Ozone then.
Yeah it is pretty general, I am just curious to what people enjoy using perhaps this thread can help me decide what I should purchase next…
Oh cool Ozone, is it better in your opinion then the stock mixing/mastering tools available on your DAW?