This just made my day! Awesome job, man!
“You are licensed to use the Item to create one single End Product for yourself or for one client (a “single application”), and the End Product can be distributed for Free.
This is a little disconcerting for me. It simply doesn’t make sense in the context of music licensing. I can understand it’s purpose and use in other marketplaces i.e. codecanyon, photodune but for music libraries licensing this is just a bypass for having to purchase a full extended license which is still INCREDIBLY cheap if you are being placed in a national commercial.
I’m curious how other RF Music Library companies structure the license fee depending on the usage. I mean I understand how audiojungle is easy and affordable for people to use, and the customers don’t have to fill out tons of paperwork to use this stuff but there still must be some protection of our music. In addition, it seems this type of business practice really continues the watering down of our industry as a whole. The value of what we do is becoming cheaper and cheaper making it ultimately harder and harder to make any decent living in the music business.Envato needs to look at this part of the license agreements again. In particular the ability for a “client” to use a standard license to sell our music for a commercial purpose with only the need for a “standard license”. I think in particular for the AJ marketplace if the work is going to be used in a commercial purpose like this ultimately the “extended license” needs to be purchased. For me, this would be a minimum where ultimately I would like to see a more tiered extended license options and pay structure depending on how it was being used.
I totally Agree!
LOL! I was just thinking about asking this question! This is the best watermark ever