Thought you might like to know that there’s a new badge in town! If your music gets used in an AudioJungle podcast, you’ll receive our coveted new podcast badge! Here’s what it looks like, kindly modeled by cacao:
I’m currently mixing Episode II of the podcast so stay tuned, maybe your music is about to get featured? And if anyone still hasn’t downloaded the first installment, download now for free right here!
Hi SiJaf, thank you for the feedback! You are exactly right, search could be a LOT better than it is currently. And I am happy to tell you that we are currently working on improvements to search. I can’t give you a date when it will roll out, but it’s a high priority on our to do list I can assure you. Thanks again for sharing your thoughts, much appreciated!
Cover all your bases: Bounce your files out in both WAV and MP3 format. WAV is uncompressed so any customers needing high quality audio (for video or some commercial games for example) will always need WAV . Another benefit of WAV format is that it, if you’ve created a loop, it will loop perfectly and seamlessly in WAV format unlike MP3 format. Meanwhile, MP3 format is more of a convenience for the customer, you’re providing your audio in a compressed format that does not carry such a huge file size. Because MP3 files are much smaller in size, they have greater utility for Web sites and online productions. So although it’s easy for anyone to convert WAV > MP3 , it’s a nice touch to create/upload in both formats for your customers.