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    These are the tracks I tried to post

    I’m having a bunch of problems with the site

    I get logged out every time I click a link and I’m referred to as a guest even though I have Lifetime membership.

    in reply to: Same track used in multiple movie trailers recently #29942
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    Thanks again Mark.

    Mixing that stuff must be a nightmare. It sounds so dense (in a good way).

    in reply to: Same track used in multiple movie trailers recently #29939
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    Thanks for the input Mark.

    I’m trying my hand at making trailer music now. I’m not where I need to be yet by any stretch, but it’s a fun and challenging project. By the time I get to where I need to be, things will probably have evolved, but it’s cool knowledge to have.

    Did you do that Venom track? If so, mind sharing where I could listen to it on it’s own? I need to study those drums to see what I’m not doing. If not, that’s cool.

    in reply to: Same track used in multiple movie trailers recently #29906
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    Teach me your ways Mark!

    in reply to: A copy is a copy if it sounds like a copy! #29668
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    I would love to hear the two tracks side by side

    in reply to: Exclusive deal but no sync fee split? #29294
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    Got it.

    Thanks @LAwriter

    in reply to: Exclusive deal but no sync fee split? #29291
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    Thanks for the insight everybody. I knew something was up with the whole “accounting nightmare” excuse that was given.


    @Mark_Petrie
    – I’m sort of struggling with the “up front fee = no licensing” statement you made. Are you saying that it’s either one or the other? Up front fee or back end?

    in reply to: Looking for some feedback #23710
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    Thanks for the feedback PeteJ. I’m still struggling with HOW to compose library music. I’ve placed a few simple hip-hopish tracks on a couple of high profile (I think they’re high profile) shows but when I try to pitch those types of tracks to other libraries, they’re not into them. I guess because they have a TON of that type of stuff because it’s so easy to make.

    So then I get a little more complicated with my compositions and then I get told by libraries that I’m being too creative, lol … I’m still trying to find that happy medium.

    in reply to: Titling with high end vs low end libraries #23632
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    I wasn’t suggesting anyone was.

    But if people NOT in this forum who also create production music had a similar approach to a naming convention, things would get confusing quick … I’d assume.

    in reply to: Titling with high end vs low end libraries #23629
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    But if everbody with a rock guitar in there track named their track “ROCK GUITAR [numeral]”, how confusing is that for the Music Supervisor?

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