Thanks for posting – I missed this thread!
Here’s a couple more that ospire me, mostly due to me staring out my career way back as a Commodore 64 musician/programerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTSUR3RHh9M http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8UBY8Yj9c0
Holy crap he’s good. Totally inspiring.
Great idea. A virtual high five from your peers and a little extra exposure would be awesome.
Welcome daddy_z, congrats and looking forward to more of your work.
I adore this incredible musician too! Thank you for the share, Benji! He is a great inspiration. You probably also know this amazing lady: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZ5AkI9lm_k&feature=related
Actually no, havent heard of her before, just listening now. Awesome! This is what I was hoping for. A place where new sources of inspiration can be discovered within the community. Beautiful stuff Yuar.
As a global community of musicians, we all derive inspiration and influence from different places / artists. It would be great to share those things with other authors to broaden our listening and enjoy more of the musical melting pot of the world we live in.
Just thought I would share with everyone a video that has totally inspired me in the last few days…. A completely jaw dropping performance that left me going O.M.G!
His name is Bernhoft, from Norway, and does live looping stuff. check it!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjEsAEsYCw4
I suppose the thing to do would be to post a little note in the description of your items, encouraging buyers to contact you (if they so choose to) with links to a youtube video / podcast etc, of where they used your work, for feedback etc… I think I have seen a few authors do that before.
This is my second month on Audiojungle and I managed 32 sales, not too bad for a newby. It would be interesting to find out the overall sales stats from month to month for each of the marketplaces. Then you could see if there are particular trends for times of the year in general. Anybody know if that kind of historical info is available?
Wo… That Is a fantastic idea. Especially agree with what Pianojungle was saying about exposure. Then I suppose the ‘rejected’ ideas could always be recycled by the authors into their regular Audiojungle portfolio, so there’s no wasted effort really.