According to Scott Wills:
Let’s say I have a 7 minutes track on another website. If I edit out certain parts like vocals, etc. and create a new 5 minutes version, can it be sold here as an exclusive item?
The answer was yes.
1. You can mention now artists’ names in tags and description but not specific compositions. For example, you can write Coldplay but not Clocks.
2. Remixes of your exclusive portfolio can be sold on other sites.
3. VideoHivers are tired of those collaboration beggings but there are no rules against it.
It looks neat now without “My Latest Songs”, well done.
I am surprised to hear that art-of-sound got a hard rejection since he is such an established author hear with a track record of quality tracks. I’d be interested in hearing what it was that was rejected.
Well it was just a sound of flickering neon light. But like scoringaudiogeeks said, I shrugged my shoulders and continued to other stocks where it was gladly accepted.
Yeah, lol. I’ve seen at least 2 other authors with the same picture as in Carefree Whistling Commercial.
You found great professional pictures, but in my opinion the amount of information on your page is overwhelming. I’d let go the Latest Songs section. Another thing to consider – maybe it’s just me, but that Illuminati eye on your avatar is creepy.