I requested a staff reply on your original post. Since I’m sure there are many AJ authors that would like to know if it’s allowed to use the VH previews with our own music to promote our music. Of course with the obligatory link back to the VH item as well.
Congrats! Good job!
dige86 saidYou could always contact the author who made the site if you want your items on there. But as studio26 pointed out it hasn’t been updated with new prices for ages. It uses cached data from the listings here on Envato. Remember, it’s just a site that links to items on the Envato marketplaces.
How can I create and put my track on this affiliate site?
I’m an exclusive author, can I do this?
You could always create your own affiliate site if you want. Go to CodeCanyon and search for affiliate and check the scripts. There are several different scripts to setup your own affiliate portal.
But to be honest, if you don’t put some work into it. Customize it, add some proper articles and such it will probably not gain much exposure.
Been listening to the Sweden Rock Festival 2014 playlist on Spotify since I’m going this year (again!) http://open.spotify.com/user/sweden_rock_festival/playlist/4DADSOf4g3EbqkzJuGHxyo
Always do that to check out any bands I might not have heard and to get in the mood. Can’t wait. Such a great festival.
SoundmaxX saidI don’t see any $1 prices on the ambient background search you linked to? Are you sure you didn’t see a listing of sound effects? They start at $1. But yes, anyone who’s a member here can create their own affiliate site to get buyers to come the Envato network. Even you. Every time a new user follows your referral link and deposit cash you get a piece of the cake.
Thanks for your reply mate. So, everyone here can create an affiliate site like this with fake prices, for ex 1$ each, in order to get more referrals? I don’t think is fair for the customers…
Hello, I was searching uses of my tracks online and i found this: http://store.koogua.com/audio/product/search.html?q=ambient+background&p=4 Is this site AJ partner? If yes, why the prices are different (cheaper)?
It’s an affiliate site. Which any one here on the Envato marketplaces can create. You use a site like this to create referrals. It even uses a script you can buy here on CodeCanyon to create your own site like this. If you click the links you’ll see that they link back to AudioJungle, Themeforest and so on. No sales are made on the other website.
Regarding the lower price it’s probably because they cached earlier prices which has since been raised.
boomopera saidLooks like there’s a language barrier and we’re misunderstanding each other. I thought we were talking about different roles in production and the fact that he has had help making the song.
What do you mean sounding good from the get go? It is true what you say when it comes to mastering. You cant fix and do magic tricks to a poorly mixed track and all that yes, it should be as good as possible, but you surely can and should fix and do magic tricks during mixing, cause most of the time it does not sound good from the get go like you call it.
And that artist often use co-producers or ghost writers (who write the complete track for the artist without taking credit).
What I meant with “the get go” is that you need a professional quality track to be able to reach out, not that it automatically sounds good. I wasn’t talking about mixing or producing per se. Just wanted to say perhaps they used a ghost producer to be able to reach out.
What I originally wanted to say was that I didn’t get why people are bashing a 10 year old for taking a run at DJing career.
boomopera saidNo I didn’t. All I said is you need some thing that sounds good from the get go (the label thing was just to make a point). Using a mixing engineer and a producer to bring out the best in your music is quite common. Why do you have a problem with that? Just about every rock/pop band/artist does it. Especially the bigger acts that can afford it. There’s a reason why people hire Abbey Road and the staff, why rock bands contact Steve Albini and so forth. I’m not sure what your gripe is?
Synchrotron saidIm not saying he send his track to the label of any kind…I said he, being a producer, hired mix engineer to put his ideas into nice mix. What you said is completely missing my point. But maybe him and his parents have even more money than we think and like you said he contributed to the idea of ghost production..
Ghost production http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ghost%20production
I’ve done it for a few tech house DJs. They’re too buys and need tracks done quickly.
To be honest, the days when you could send a rough demo to a label are long gone. It need to sound professional from the get go.