Dam, 1738 purchases with one song – I want that too. Congrats man, everyone is praying for that.
Thank you! I feel very blessed. Guessed I released it at the right time before everyone bombarded the jungle with Uke tracks, hard to get noticed with them now.
To answer Joonique_sound’s question, yes if something is not working no sense repeating. In this royalty free music world you may get lucky trying to start a new trend but its best to listen to hot trends and what you hear on TV/Film/Trailers, and produce original music with that influence.
I can’t even watch TV normally anymore, I now hear the music only and block out the people talking.
Joonique_Sound saidYeah, but quantity isn’t always what matters… I have a track in the queue btw… But for instance, I see a few World Cup tracks have been sold lately, but not mine. I don’t know if it’s a “quality” issue or what. Hmmmm…
IsaacA saidYou’ve got only 5 tracks man…
Ok, I’ve gone 12 days without selling now! It’s depressing!
Right On, quantity means nothing. Only takes one well received track to change your life.
WOW 4500 licenses, that awesome!.
Good thing the company or buyer was patient enough to go through support or else that may of never happened, makes a strong case for the need of a real shopping cart system.
Imagine having to hit the purchase button 4500 times each separate purchase and keep track of them.
Great, thanks guys!! Good luck to your new items.
Anyone know what the current queue wait time is?
Would be nice if you could use a service like this to manually target people using watermarked versions of our songs on YouTube and else where.
Hi guys, I’m interested in. Probably it’s a stupid question, but, should I have to upload my “watermarked tracks” or “regular tracks”?
Have you read this whole thread?
Maybe a staff member should weigh in here if thats a good idea or not before a giant mess is created. Plus a lot of other possible sites to sell on won’t take you if your music is in a content ID system such as AdRev.
When you sign up with them you have a 1 year term, so no going back for a while if its the wrong move.
Wish you could have watermark versions of your music being used on the web or youtube illegally only be monetized by a service like adrev.
Personally, I’m disappointed with Tunesat. It finds too little web uses and TV uses seem to be made up. For example, it detected my track in various TV series like:
American Dad Merlot Down Dirty Shame (#5AJN08)
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia The Gang Gets Held Hostage (#YBP309)
The King of Queens Road Rayge (#107)
I wasted my time watching those episodes, but the allegedly detected track was not there.
Well at least you didn’t have to sit through a Jerry Springer episode called “Tranny Takedowns” to find out tunesat was wrong like I did.
Done with them, for now anyways.
This is from their F.A.Q. Seems if they provide a legit license for use they can get rid of the ads, but by the time they figure out why they are having ads, tracking down ad company, and providing license they will most likely be pretty upset.
“Can the person who used my music in his or her video stop us from allowing YouTube to place ads on it? If a user has not properly licensed your material, they have two options- allow ads to run, or have their video taken down and receive a copyright strike on their channel.”