Will there be a corresponding increase in the prices for music packs as well?
Thanks. Now I see that when I sign out I only see items with more than 3 reviews.
I’ve never totally understood the “Minimum of 3 votes required for Rating” disclaimer in the stars area before a track is rated.
I have many tracks that show star ratings and underneath the rating it says “(1 rating)”. Is it 1 or a minimum of 3? Or do I, as the author, get to see a single rating, but it requires at least 3 for anyone else to see it? Or does the buyer have to rate at least 3 items before their star ratings begin to count?
Kind of confusing…
Click on an item to get to its preview page, then click on the button at the far right of the green playback toolbar to download the preview file.
Great milestone. Way to go, Alexander!
Perhaps I’m a little colorblind, but the platinum seems like it needs more pop and excitement. It looks very similar to the silver paw to me. Anyone else feel that way?
Congrats! That is a very impressive accomplishment.
Hey, Ego. I joined AJ the last week of March. I had 5 sales that week, 40 the next month, then 64. It started to take off after a few months, but mostly because I kept posting new files and building my portfolio.
I’ve had a few modest “hits” that made the popular files list, but my portfolio seems to function in a more steady, balanced way. I have a couple of tracks performing considerably better than others, but about 70-80% of my portfolio (unique items) gets sold each month.
I’ve dabbled a bit with Soundcloud. I’ve set up some Youtube videos, a website, twitter account, and made my profile page nice and pretty. It’s a little difficult to tell, but I do not think those efforts are creating sales for me. Most of my “followers” are fellow AJ composers so I can’t tell whether I have many repeat customers who are “following” me.
For me, it seems to just come down to the music. I’m just trying to make tracks I think will sell. I’m not writing for myself, I’m writing for AudioJungle.
Welcome to AJ. Once your file has been accepted, you will have the opportunity to update it. While it is in the review process it can’t be altered.
There was a time a few years ago when I would be counting the days for a new Star Wars video game. At some point in the last few years, video games just stopped doing it for me. I’ll occasionally play some Wii with my young kids, but only for 15 minutes before I just feel like doing something else. I have to say, it’s very freeing to not feel any draw toward the computer or console for games any more.
Perhaps when my son gets older and gets the XBox 720 I may feel a little tug to play Battlefield 6.