I am also interested in that one. I ll be checkin this thread to know what experencied user think about it
If you believe that the track has a future, that you like it and feel proud of it, Keep it, at least for a couple of months. Now if you think you could improve the track or doesn’t feel comfortable with it in your portfolio, delete it. Thats my humble opinion. I realize that is ugly that, after such a heavy work, someone rates badly. But you must keep your work going and the head up.
By the way, the track sounds great in South America!
This idea is really great. So youtube warns you automatically ?I have the same doubt as jhunger
has this ever happened to anyone here? E.g. somebody contacts you saying you copied one of their existing works?
Congratulations! Here is winter but is fine. Keep it going
Taco, congratulations and thanks for the feedback. For a newbie like me (with so many doubts about when uploading and if tags or being featured is important) is great to read other users experiences. Thanks again
Hi taco, really great question, I also have the same doubt. Thanks to jhunger for replyng, it´s good to know what a experienced user think
I never saw anything like this on AudioJungle, but I see it all the time on Videohive Authors. They must be having a very hard time fighting against piracy.
This can only be good news!
Your amount of sales is equal to the quality of your work. Congratulations!
Guys, please don’t turn this into a thread of mocking people for not knowing everything. Some buyers come here for the first time and are unfamiliar with the ways things go around here. Stay friendly, shall we?
You re right, but the post is really good for new users, and to remark that is important to be clear when selling, and to read everything (including comments and forum) when buying.