You guys really think it goes like this?
Again, what matters on Audiojungle is your music, not your graphics. If you were to sort your portfolio by categories or something, I’d say go for it, but otherwise, you’re wasting your time.
All those profile rebrandings and revamping are such a waste of time. Customer don’t care what picture you got on your page, they are here for your music, not for your banners, logos and other bullshit. If you take the energy and time intended for those things and put it into making a new track it would be more useful for your sales.
According to AJ rules an exclusive author can’t put his music out without watermark, but his clients can. So, what’s the problem?
Here’s the logic: ...syphon traffic away from my videos. ...I should be getting referrals
That’s why I said that they should name their videos in a different manner than yours and put your referral links. The more sources – the better exposure you get. Thus, they won’t divert traffic from your videos and you will still get your referrals.
If I were you I’d just ask them to name their videos differently and include links.
People make you free PR and you file reports against them? Please explain me the logic here.
I provide WAV only. Including both files is not what will bring you sales.
Take a look at the currently best selling file – same story. These are the rating trolls that hide behind their anonymity. If the user names of those who rated were listed, people would think twice before rating less than 4 stars. Anyway, Envato knows who that person was but I doubt they will reveal him to us.
Well, George Carlin had already said all there’s to say about human intelligence… But yeah, I had plenty of dumbass comments about the watermark, before disabling them for good.
No, that is not called a cover song.
Quotation, variation, mashup, tribute, quodlibet, pastiche, remix, medley – whatever. If there’s a recognizable melody structure from somewhere else you can’t use it just like that.
If you use seven notes in a row from smb else’s song this will be plagiarism.
To the best of my knowledge the law doesn’t say anything about the minimum number of notes. There were cases where people were sued for 3 notes and found guilty.