...in a manner that everyone could understand that they are notes from Titanic theme.
That’s my friend called a cover song. You can make a cover if you purchase a mechanical license from the publisher, but you will have to pay him royalties. So, for ROYALTY FREE music this is not an option.
AudioJungle is not the right place for artistic expression, it’s a market place for production music. The most conventional, cheesy and corny tunes – that’s what majority of the clients here are looking for. Tracks like yours maybe interesting and challenging but commercially they are totally useless. I don’t see what type of project this music can fit in.
Not familiar with NI session horns, but Chris Hein’s horns can’t be wrong.
I didn’t see any credit, what exposure are you talking about?
Well, I just learned that there’s an exception:
Use of items in larger stock projects is not allowed under the default regular or extended licenses, but there are exceptions.
Exception 1: When you purchase an extended license and get written permission from the author. Keep a copy of the email giving you permission.
Example: A CodeCanyon author has a slider and gives permission by email to a ThemeForest author to use the slider, under the extended license, in a theme. “
However, if I were you, I wouldn’t do it, especially if the buyer is a popular author, here’s why:
It’s better to let the author using watermarked preview files and getting referrals from him. Let’s say his template sales 100 times, so it will bring you about 100 users who will buy your item for 1 <dolla> – it’s about $50 net profit for you. Selling an extended license will give you only $2.5
I was contacted by a videohiver who wants to release a new template on VideoHive and would like to buy an extended license for some of my SFX in order to include them in the template. He said that there are other authors who already agreed to that. So my message to those authors:
There’s no license that allows selling purchased items within a stock item.
Please see the clause 8 of the Extended license:
8.You can’t re-distribute the Item as stock, in a tool or template, or with source files. You can’t do this with an Item either on its own or bundled with other items, and even if you modify the Item. You can’t re-distribute or make available the Item as-is or with superficial modifications.
So, giving your consent is against the AJ rules and might get you in troubles.
Automatic “Just sold items” beneath the “Popular items” is fine, bot not a thread.
Can I use a sample from AJ in more than one song on my EP? – You have to buy a license per every song.
Does it matter if my EP is distributed via multiple services? – No.
Are there any repercussions about playing the music live at paid gigs? – No.
Are there any other things I should be cautious about concerning this? – Just make sure the sample qualify as SFX and not as a music track, otherwise you can’t use it, unless you get a permission from the author, assuming he is a non-exclusive author.
No offense, but I don’t give a flying f what was your last sale, so I’d prefer not to see another useless-boasting-uninformative-boring-selfpromoting thread. We already have more than enough of them.
Exactly because of that I described my experience with Envato as frustrating in their last survey.