1 – An item with watermark on the main file would not pass the review team
2 – Are you sure you downloaded the main file or just the preview?
It can pass review. We had some logo ages ago that had 3 sales and latest guy who bought it said it had watermark in wav-file, so we send him non-watermarked one and edit file and uploaded non-watermark one…
Check out the sales of source files… pure waste of time
You can buy also MP3-encoder for Cubase from Steinberg’s website. Less clicks and more streamlined workflow
Whatever the review queue is, somebody makes a thread about it
No Midi-export… which renders it unusable in production environment. could be otherwise great doodling tool.
Use Soundcloud and Youtube. i have gotten sales from there – buyers have told me. The youtube videos are really easy to make if you have imovie or windows movie makers or something like that.
And Adobe Creative Cloud is now aroundish 30€/month depending on your local offer so you get all the high end motion graphics tools , then just buy Videocopilot’s Optical Flares + Element 3D with all those fancy 3d-objects and you are good to go make some visual content for videos
Yeah the search engine is a big issue for me. I like any other author want my items to be captured when someone searches for keywords that releate to the work.
However it does place the item title as first priority meaning if I have a track which is a huge balls out epic trailer track and I call it say ‘Wrath of Thor’ or something like that and put tags in for ‘trailer’, ‘epic’ etc and someone searches for ‘Epic Trailer’ my work wont be in the list or at least will be bellow a track that was called ‘Epic Trailer Track’.
From an artistic and individual view its really annoying as I don’t want to call my items ‘Epic Trailer Track 1, Epic Trailer Track 2’ etc.
Thing is I don’t want to start calling my track generic descriptive names as I think (and hope) the search engine will change to cater towards tags more than titles.Wahhhh!
Haha yeah our most epic track is called “Dawn Of Empire”... It never sold as good as our “Intense Hybrid Trailer”, well luckily Videohive-author decided to do a project called “Dawn Of Empire” too and used our track on it so it started to sell
chrisatkinsonline saidCould be you misspelled it? Here are my results: http://audiojungle.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=cinema
When I type “cinema” in the search field on AJ, it comes up with a relevance list, what surprised me was that the song which came to the top didn’t have any words or tags matching “cinema” ?
Well did you look on those tracks that had name “Cinema”... There is no tags like “cinema” on the best results. So the conclusion is that name matters and unique names will do harm for track’s sales. Best way is to load up lot of adjectives to for track name
1. Don’t get too attached to one single track. Rejects happen.
2. Don’t take rejects personally.
3. If Audiojungle doesn’t want to sell your track, you can always upload file to other stock site. And if you are on stock music/sfx biz “don’t keep all eggs in same basket”
4. Shrug your shoulders and move on