If you saw it on TV I believe they should have bought the Extended License. Am I right? =)
This is a very good question. I don´t have the answer so I suggest you to submit a ticket, support will know better. Good luck on the transition!n
This a very sensitive Topic, I am glad everyone is responding accordingly.
IMHO The able/disable option looks affordable, as the customer would still have enough information (sales, portfolio, comments) to know if the Author can be trusted or if it is a top seller.
Nevertheless, this is a deep topic, as badges are an Envato trademark, something customers rely on.
There are a lot of variables to think about, I ll follow this thread to check them out
Lets whistle through these one together!
Amerikanec said+1 !
Create as much high quality music as you can and upload it into the marketplace.
The best way to start is by creating an awesome track! Put all your efforts on that. Then, when the track is waiting for review, create a decent Avatar and some text to put in your profile. In the meantime, continue creating awesome tracks!
Excellent choice Luca! Let us know in this thread when your track is ready, would like to listen how “touchable” this library is. Good Luck ! Ciao
Without music, life would be a mistake =)
Hola Allegro, I have done this with some of my tracks, specially with the Mastering process. It´s a good opportunity that most of the composers don’t have, because once you release a song, you can´t touch it anymore. So is nice to try improving a song you finished a couple of years ago, now that you have more experience and new tools.
As Pinkzebra said, sometimes the first release have some magic moments that can´t be improved, but we all know when something doesn’t sound right to us, so if you don´t abuse on remixing or remastering your tracks, it will be fine.
Congratulations Sky! And very well spoted by Phil.
Every time this happens, the same license issue appears. It would be nice to hear the voice of Envato staff about this “hole” between the licences. To know if they are aware and what they think about it. Perhaps they already talk about this, but for me is not clear.
Nevertheless is nice to know that this companies look trough the Jungle for their music =)