Nice work TortoiseTree, congrats!!!
As a brand spankin newbie I’ve wondered about this, if I missed the boat so to speak. However, I would think audiojungle is only a piece of the whole machine. There are things like YouTube, Facebook, and many other means of promotion, including non-web, that help get you and your music noticed. No press is bad press if your tunes are good right? In the end it’s about branding and marketing yourself/studio/music versus simply uploading and waiting for a check. Thoughts?
Best promotion is writing the best song you can wether it takes a week or a month. Sometimes the new guys are so worried about “Catching up” they go for quantity over quality. To me its a lot of wasted time where they could have written one “perfect track” and put themselves on the map. Good, usable songs promote themselves.
A few of the newer members who are really breaking through are using quality over quantity and it shows how much more effective that can be to move up the ranks.
MattijsMuller saidRead the first post on page one, it explains it all. Prices went up for all items on Audiojungle to meet inflation and keeping the sale price practical and competitive.
guys, I’m selling a lot of tracks for $19 instead of $17 is there any official news on this?
I know, the price of full length tracks (> 2 min) went from $14 to $17. But according to my statements some of my items are sold at different prices, $17 and $19.
This also happened before the raise, but prices were $14 or R16 then.
So the same item is sold at slightly different prices to different buyers. I’m curious if this depends on their location, time of purchase or if it’s just randomized A/B testing.Just curious….
It’s a 2 dollar extra charge for buyers that use credit card instead of making a deposit.
They should start limiting peoples uploads or at least on unproven authors. I believe AudioJungle/Envato is at a point where they can get picky on what files they let through. Right now they reject more on recording quality and issues but maybe they can start judging more on song writing and song quality.
Yes I forgot too, I was still in shock. Thanks for the raise Envato!
He guys so here is an ‘electro’ based track I did a while back for Diamondback and Raleigh Bikes for one of their riders.
Just a quick note, I am not contracted with them or anything, my Brother in Law works at Diamondback (quite high-up) and there riders asked me if I would write something quick for them to put over the video, so it was just a favour, I have retained all rights etc for the music and can do what I like with it.
So anything what do you guys think? Worth sticking up? I am only asking as I am not a composer of Electo style music really, I mean I’ll do work if I am paid for it but I stay mostly cinematic, however this would simply be uploaded for the revenue from it.
I think it sounds cool and usable. I would throw it up just out of curiosity to see what happens with it, it can’t hurt. You can always take it down later. I think it would sell.
scottwills saidlol, yup, that easy. Try searching on Videohive’s search by song titles and author name at different times. Sometimes they leave links that don’t have author name but do have song title.
You can also go to VideoHive and search for your own author name.
Also, I haven’t found a way to find my music by searching by track or author name when they use just a html link with text like “get music here”. I seem to randomly search through new items every once in a while and happen to find one.
Also I wish they would contact us more and let us know when they have used one of our songs since most of us are more then willing to help cross promote their items with links.
Thanks Sascha and Joel means a lot coming from you guys.
SoundBevy saidThanks, that would be cool if you could send that info, I would love to know.
Congrats Sophonic, well deserved! I hear Upbeat Ukulele on a regular basis on one of our local TV ads, next time I hear it I will get the company’s name and see if I can find it for you somewhere as it seems like a rare occasion an author knows where their items go. Keep up the great work!