Beautiful guitar Jason, and also agree, it plays very nicely, as I recently had the opportunity to try one, but instead opted for the Epiphone Les Paul Special II, as it was on a deal. And yep, straight down onto business expenses!
Yep, when I did my author interview, I just provided the url to the tracks, and they sorted out the rest from their end.
Haha, Matt’s probably still in bed and hasnt read the good news, lol
Congrats to all of you and get ready for a real exciting week!
Haha, that’s exactly where I was Sascha!
This is probably some of the best news I’ve woken up to in a very long time! Well done gents! It’s a real pleasure to be featured alongside you
And I must give a big thanks to those who nominated and voted for us, as Brandon said, there’s no way we could experience this without you guys!
Have to say, but it’s things like this that just set Audiojungle apart from the rest. Looking forward to an exciting bundle week! Thanks again everyone.
And just as a reminder to anyone passing by this thread, be sure to drop your votes for the corporate bundle here:
I’ve only just found out myself I made the voting cut! Well done chaps! And of course, Happy Birthday Phil! If there was a golden watch badge, I think you’d be eligible
Yep, I think Sam is right, from what I can tell, all author’s items included get a portion of the total sales. But I have no idea what the figures are on that. I’m sure there are authors here who’ve already had stuff previously included in a bundle who could enlighten us.
Well done again guys, may the voting begin!
I’d like to nominate a new track that’s recently popped up in my feed by the talented TacoMusic, called ‘And There You Were’. Wonderful track that would be ideal for corporate projects.
Thanks AudioQuattro and guitarsstate for nominating my tracks btw, it’s really appreciated. Made my day!
” Is there a way to know the specific time of purchase? ”
If you use something like iNvatoo on the iPhone, it gives you the sales time. I’m sure there will be similar ones for PC/Mac etc… I think there’s a list somewhere on Envato but I can’t find it right now as I’m away from my computer.
I use the excellent aEnvato on my Android devices and this shows the time of purchase for items – albeit in your local time, rather than Envato time, if that makes sense.
As far as advertising and stock music goes, I think it’s fair to say that there are a lot of influences from the pop world, as music supervisors/adverting agencies are always on the lookout for new and fresh ideas to associate with the product they’re selling.
Here’s an article from 2011, addressing how the humble ukulele has had a recent impact in the world of popular music.
But yes, good old George Formby will always be remembered as the original uke guy – although I’m sure there were plenty before him.