But on a serious note…we need to change the AJ voice to something a bit more obvious sounding..Whenever I play my tunes to friends or colleges and the only version at hand is the preview on soundcloud, what I quite usually get is, “nice voice”, or “I dig those vocals bro”...
“WHWHHHAAAT???” is my reaction that I try hard to hide.
So what Im saying is. It is obvious for us, the authors, that the voice is a watermark. But it’s not always obvious for the rest of the population.
I really think it should say something more than just “audiojungle”. Folks from Envato want to keep stuff simple, but developing the one word watermark into a sentence would not hurt. Like “Available exclusively from Audiojungle” or “License this track from Audiojungle” repeated every 5 seconds of silence.
Just my few cents
It would be great to know the outcome of that
we hear about people using AJ previews for their final projects more and more these days. It just shows that the preview voice sounds too good. If it was like a voice of a tramp with a fag on, maybe then people would not be so keen on using it. It would not sound professional
Im talking to whoever needs this info …
Its weird, how we think of one thing and suddenly such topic appears in the forums ….
So yeah, I started refurbishing my portfolio, removing the zero sales items (not yet, but soon), and I did also think of just leaving those tracks as they are and focus on making new music, BUT. I guess if I was the buyer and I stumbled upon a track that is not on my search list but it sounds really cool, I would explore that portfolio throughout in search of what Im after cause the overall quality across all of the tunes in this particular portfolio is outstanding.
Thats just my two and a half cents.
Thats just so unprofessional for the video makers…ahh
A difinite eye openner
But how it translates to gaining more of actual sales? We all know how. Poorly.
People who watch that show are not people who are after the music, well not in great numbers I would say. So the credits are there, but are serving a very small number of people from which only a fraction might like what you did. Plus if they did like it, I dont think they would want to just go ahead and buy the exact same track for their project of similar nature. They follow your link, browse your portfolio for a minute, but than what happens? They find suggestions from others work too. So in the end it is next to no actual help to us the music makers being promissed future income from being diplayed and credited like that instead of being paid more upfront thanks to a decent licencing agreement. So yeah, lets all wish we get the licensing situation sorted asap, cause we are being taken advantage off all over the shop and it has to stop.
To Hell with ethics, I just heard “Give Our Dreams Their Wings To Fly” on national television…