I guess. I don’t know, just seems a little over the top here at times. When a competitors site never has had an issue and anything they ve nit picked at here has sold just fine over there. I usually just re submit elsewhere anyways. It’s up in 24 hours. Any amount of small sales could of been in AJs pocket. Its a pain to go back into cubase reload, edit, re export, re master, resubmit. For what? Like, I understand a glitch, something really obvious, something sloppy. But a 4 minute song with one bass note a millisecond hair behind a guitar note. This type of thing bottlenecks the que too. But sometimes it’s also about groove, and a human element. I think we re getting so used to having everything super quantized and edited to almost a robotic element. Maybe you re right though this is a new area for me, and this is an area where maybe I need to adjust my frustration when this happens. Thanks for letting me vent. lol! JC
I completely feel you. Call it luck ?
Hahaha , it`s not funny :))). I had a friend who opened a visa and had the CRV number “666”. He went back to the bank to change the visa with one with a different CRV number :>
I know , I feel you. They should change the queue status to “2 weeks” instead of “1 week”.
Lately all my files required about a week and a half to 2 weeks to get reviewed. It`s getting ridiculous. It used be a few days before. I`m wondering what they`re doing…
ZtarrZound saidHahaha.. you couldn`t have said it better.
I believe there is a brain tracker mechanism within the envato server that links the indiviudals thought patterns to their account when they sign up. The minute one thinks they have sales trends figured out, the tracker detects this and sends a “stop sales” code back to the envato server .
Good job! Everything has a beginning :>
Everything has a beginning. (and an end of course)
Also, do not wait until the last day of the month to withdraw, do it a few days earlier , such as on the 25th or 26th because you might realize that oops.. “it`s not the 15th on the next month , but in 2 months”.
This happened to me.
SophonicMedia saidYes, guitar should always be recorded It just gives you freedom to do things you will never be able to do with vsts!!
Virtual instruments these days sound fine for stock music. Plus much easier to make work flow go faster. Except guitar, they still can’t get that to sound real. I can always tell when someone has used it. Unless you don’t know how to play guitar, this should always be recorded live, plus it gives a human touch to a track. Even though I dont like the sound I still see those tracks with virtual guitars selling just fine.
Ideally for the best control and quality you would want to record live your instruments, but if you use high quality vsts, it can make wonders. I find myself very often combining both vsts with recorded instruments. It sounds extremely good when combined together! (It`s all about having a good balance) Cheers,