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chopin last won the day on May 9

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  1. I don't have this problem on my test account. Does anyone else have this issue? When you click on this link, are you still getting this error? Personal Messenger
  2. XML Uploading

    Honestly, I just didn't think of it and no one requested it as of yet. But since you are the first requester, I allowed the extension to be uploaded just for you!
  3. There was an Invision Board update, and apparently that also meant a theme update as well. The mp3 player initially broke, but I fixed that today. I hope you can try and get used to this, I personally think the update makes the theme look a bit more modern.
  4. Collaboration Reboot

    Not at all, you compose when you can! I just need at least one more volunteer for this to work! @Monarcheon the Mac version will come one day I hope!
  5. I think the collaboration forums are not working too well because it's a bit difficult to keep track of progress. And sending and receiving files back and forth is just a hassle. One of the reasons why I developed Music Jotter was to overcome these issues. So here is what I am proposing: If anyone wants to give this a try, I'd need multiple volunteers to use Music Jotter in order to work on some collaboration projects. It could be a fun way to reboot this specific part of the forum and at the same time, I get to see if there are any issues I may have missed with the product. If there are at least 3 or more people interested (keep in mind this is a Windows product), please respond here and I will then contact the interested members via a private message about how we can proceed.
  6. [Open discussion] Young Composers Magazine

    I could also write about some of our history, which could be quite interesting. We'd need to get a few of our old guard members on board to help though.
  7. [Open discussion] Young Composers Magazine

    If this idea goes through, would you mind if I write a few articles about Music Jotter?
  8. If I offered the ability to download as well as stream, the bandwidth of this server would increase considerably. To move forward or backward, just click and drag the seek bar to the right or left. This should work fine in Firefox, but as I said before, I just can't seem to get this to work well in Chrome. I honestly don't know why though.
  9. This should work if you have FireFox. Although I've tried to get this to work in Chrome with no success. The player uses SoundManager2, and I tried for hours to figure out how to enable seeking, but can't seem to find a solution to this. There actually is, but I discourage it, which is why I don't enable easy downloadable links. But if you insist on downloading a file, you can by viewing the source code (normally Ctrl U), and searching for a .mp3 extension.
  10. Sorry for the delay. I will fix this asap and let you know.
  11. I wanted to post 2 commercials for Music Jotter that @Ken320 and @Monarcheon composed soundtracks for. These commercials are going to be crucial to my advertising, so I would like to give a little recognition here. They are going up on YouTube and if anyone is interested in subscribing to my YouTube channel, you may do so here. Commercial #1 written by Blaire, aka @Monarcheon. I wanted to commend her for working with me and under some certain guidelines. I had asked for a "hopeful" sounding piece of music, in which she not only composed beautifully, but also produced the mp3 to match the 2 minute commercial length without any issues. The transition into the ending was executed perfectly, and the introduction to the orchestral portion of the piece is just perfect. The commercial is here: Commercial #2 written by Ken, aka @Ken320. I gave Ken free reign on this one, since this commercial was shorter and not a primary commercial. Nevertheless, he shocked me with his skill level and presented to me a really well written Baroque piece that I felt played along nicely with this commercial: By the way, both commercials received some likes from the community I am building on my Facebook Page which you are free to like as well. Thanks again to Ken and Blaire, I wouldn't have been able to execute these without your help. If anyone has any feedback to the commercials and/or the music, feel free to let us know your thoughts.
  12. I am opening this up again because I need music written for the following commercial: Music Jotter Commercial I have some basic guidelines, if interested, let me know in this thread and I will PM you with more details.
  13. Thanks to the both of you. I am going to lock this topic for now. I engaged in a private discussion.
  14. Hi All, I am going to create a 2-3 minute commercial for Music Jotter, and was wondering if anyone would be interested in helping me create a soundtrack for this commercial? The type of music I am looking for is theatrical, dramatic with endearing moments. I would also need it to be rendered into a studio quality mp3. I can be more specific with the type of music I'd like per section of the video once I get the video out, but I would like to see who would be interested in helping me with this. The video will not take me long since I already created a 20 minute demo, and most likely will just take parts of that demo to create the commercial. I may create 2 or 3 commercials, I am not sure, so more than one composer is welcome. Thank you very much.
  15. *Windows Only* I just wanted to let everyone know that I will be releasing Music Jotter for just $9.99 for a limited time to anyone who wishes to get the product at a phenomenal discount . Although I have to create a better video demo (in the works), I would say the selling points of this product over others out there include: Midi Scrubbing: Try for yourself, scrubbing is easy, fast, allows the user to scrub forwards and backwards, and honors note ties. Tuplet Entry: There is no need to continuously apply a tuple mask each time you wish to add a new tuple group. Mixer: Very intuitive and easy to add new instruments, and update channels, solo tracks, editing panning, and more. Share Comments: View and comment on other works directly within Music Jotter. In return, if you can provide a testimonial of the product (you don't have to but I will probably contact you at one point), I would really appreciate that! Either Buy or Try Here Demo Full Version