I’ve been making music for years but I’m new to Audio Jungle and the commercial production music world in general. I love this community and the platform so I want to be able to get some music up at some point in the future.
I’ve had a few tracks rejected and I’ve come to realize it is most likely because my equipment isn’t good enough to reach the AJ standard. So I was just wondering if you think the quality of the equipment one uses for music production is important, and if so what are some must-haves (speakers, software, samples, interfaces, etc.). Also, do you have a separate room for you studio, and is that important to have? Or is it okay to work in your bedroom? (Btw not be afraid to tell me if equipment isn’t that important and it’s just me s*cking at production lol)
My set up is a focusrite 18i8 and a pair of JBL 305p mkIIs in my bedroom. I have a PC on which I run ProTools and mostly use sounds from Splice and NI Komplete 11.
Thank you in advance for your help!!!