Start of the year was great for me. Unfortunately been on a declining curve since then. Guess I need to expand my catalogue a bit.
Cool Phil. Congratulations!
SkylineAudio saidYou can use their samples in library music if you apply for a special license. Which is clearly stated in their license agreement. It simply entails sending them an e-mail with your request where you’ll get a clarified answer on how you can and cannot user their libraries. They don’t allow simply putting together a song from their kits and selling them as is. You need to use it in a context created by yourself aka song parts created by yourself.
Edge-of-Noise saidIs the main point, wether Envato allows it or not or wether it’s disengenous is a secondary issue. If the OP feels so strongly about it then drop Big Fish a line and let them sort it out. AFAIK you can’t use any of their products in library music without special permission, precisely for reason the OP describes.
If the track is using Big Fish Audio loops they are breaking the license terms of the sample library in the first place.
Looks like I’m in a downwards spiral. This month is even worse than the last. Abandon all hope! Haha.
The second VH project uses this track http://audiojungle.net/item/aspire/10028953
And here’s one from me in similar style http://audiojungle.net/item/inspiring-adventures/11392634
Looks like the upload script for Soundizer is on the fritz. He usually fixes the site quite fast when something like this happens. Try again in a little while.
Adding a small reminder for all authors to ID3 tag their mp3s. The tags will remain even if the file is renamed to preview.mp3 when published on the marketplace.
STIM is not compatible. I’ve explained this previously in this thread. The only thing you can do is control your own sync fees. But it has nothing to do with eliminating collection of royalties. STIM collects royalties for all your music.