Congrats, it was well deserved! Here’s mine: http://audiojungle.net/item/epic-modern-hybrid-trailer/8975482
Thanks AJ for listening to us authors and implementing these new licenses! It restores my faith that you want to work with your authors and will continue to work with us for a better future in stock music.
I love this thread.
My electrics are a PRS CE24 and an Epiphone Les Paul Jr which I bought just to keep downtuned to drop C for that heavier metal stuff. I didn’t feel right dropping the PRS that low.
I also have a late 70’s Ovation acoustic and a Fender P-Bass from the same era.
I’m very happy for the new license changes but have to say that having a broadcast license available and not allowing authors to sell PRO registered tracks does not make sense. If a buyer use going to purchase a broadcast license the odds are very good that they understand what pro registered tracks are, and if not a simple faq will let the buyer know that there will be no additional costs for them and yes, the music is still royalty free.
I have a question for the buyers out there that I was always curious about. How do you first preview tracks when deciding what to purchase? In your production space using monitors? Your living room stereo? Your mobile device with headphones (or without!)?