There has to be a solution… somewhere… But making me and my client pay for it isn’t the answer.
Here’s the one, free and only solution at the moment.
Nothing to add! We all will benefit from some further enhancements on removing AdRev claims before the video is rolling out on YouTube, but it’s not the case yet, so use what is available now or just don’t buy, as you say.
If I were you I’ll just dropped a message to email support to ‘whitelist’ the entire client’s channel and all 50 videos! Or ask the original music author to do that.
It’s not about music authors being unprofessional – it’s about customers who are buying stuff are unprepared and uninformed about AdRev.
SOLUTION – If you’re affiliated with AdRev, you should post a message on the item’s page or in a zip file on how to resolve this possible issue – really simple!
And the second thing all buyers should understand – they want royalty free music and they get it. They DON”T pay royalties to author each time the music is being aired somewhere! Exact definition of RF music. All fair. That doesn’t mean buyers somehow OWN the music and can blame the authors for trying to succeed and survive in a tough music business.
SOLUTION – considering that you’re getting a royalty free license file in your download, you are getting it exactly for using it – to show it when needed. Just quickly messaging AdRev support or music author the issue can be resolved quickly and without problems. (usually in a few hours) – really simple too.
So please don’t call us authors unprofessionals if we want to earn money from our music from all places, if it’s legal – and it is. You still can find out authors on other marketplaces that are associated with AdRev too, so the best decision for you will be messaging buyer first and agree this issue before the purchase to keep everyone happy!
Looks really nice, clear and modern. Love it!
Just wish text size was a bit smaller especially on the forums!
Love the new color! Nice and clean looking!
If you know how the music sounds on your iPhone headphones really well – to that degree you probably can mix your track, with some knowledge of course. But it’s rather for ‘uncommon’ situations, when you’re on the road, for example.
If you’re in studio – the best use for iPhone headphones is to use them as an additional monitoring source (considering you have some great main monitors or pro-headphones). The more you’ll test your mix on different devices (iPhones, car, TV, some shitty china speakers etc.) – the better results you may achieve.
As it says in a title, do some guys here use the new iMac here? If there are so, I would love to hear some response about display and performance in real world. Especially in comparison to the latest 2013 model.
Have a great day everyone!