Lmz saidA good idea)) .. can TV: Channel Ambient, Classical, etc. .. or a radio with similar stations (by category) ... just a thought))
My thoughts exactly… a primetime network TV show using royalty free music. It’s totally fair game because it’s on here to be used for anything, but it would be great if there was a broadcast license so artists could better benefit from having a good placement like this.
aeivbnf saidHere’s an example:
Soundengine and PinkZebra. This is Christa…here is my account that I purchased those 3 tracks this year. 1 of them will be airing on Cougar Town in the fall You fellas are sure strange.
The author has 50 tracks in the category of loops at a price of $ 5, when he sold them 150 times ($ 750) and located on page 5 and the other author has 10 tracks for $ 14 and sold them 100 times (in 1400 dollars) while in the top authors, he is on page 8 ….I do not want to harm TOP authors believe that they are there quite rightly & deserved …
I think there is a simple version of justice that no one has to see who has how many sales, no one should see the Top because it is not needed (in a form which is now) .. Remember the heated debate of uploads music on the site…. removed the counter and discussion stopped … Buyers can find the music very well with the existing search …
Just a thought…
While I see where your coming from, I don’t agree with this because libraries need to showcase their best stuff to potential customers and music supervisors.
And right now AJ is showcase casing their best stuff as corporate music, hereby defining themselves as a corporate library. Again corporate has its place and this is not a bashing of corporate music. This is about highlight and showcase talent in ALL genres.
The “Featured Author” feature is great, but not enough.
Audiojungle could be THE go to library for music supervisors of all tiers if AJ implemented a system of top authors per genre.I’m friends with a lot of other music supervisors who work for big name networks, and when I mentioned I got a couple of track this year from Audiojungle they were totally surprised.
The buyer himself can define search on how many sales … is the same, just will not focus on the top and all, but the essence remains the same ..
Just a thought…
TheMusicService saidYou are absolutely right! Unfortunately, we do not do the top authors, not AJ, but the buyers … And if they are satisfied with the top, they’ve created, we are unlikely to be able to do anything: (We have to adjust to the status quo … and here is everyone’s business if he wants a lot of sales at the expense of writing a similar track, or want to sell that something his own…This is a matter of principle … Each of us wants to meet like minded- buyers.
The trouble with being ranked on ‘quality’ is that it’s very subjective, and how do you define it? AJ already approves tracks – or rejects them – based on technical quality of the recording, but also the personal tastes of the 20-35 year-old reviewers (I’m guessing the age group)... not necessarily originality or innovation, which probably has less chance of selling in this commercial marketplace
And more .. these topics give the impression that someone is jealous of top authors, I think it is not. Top authors are the same as we are and what they are in the top is not the fault of, and equity, the credit for their work!
Your top authors are good, no doubt but they are not diverse enough. There are so many amazingly talented composers hidden under your top authors which have very license-able material but can’t be found because the only top 10 you have are… for the most part…corporate music only.
I agree with you! Top on the AJ – it is not a panacea … a lot of good music and talented authors hidden at the bottom … We are ready to cooperate, but I do not want to deal with copying the styles of popular authors in the AJ … I think each of us must contribute to the diversity of style, music and direction … Unfortunately, the reality today, a little different