Go to your portfolio, select your track, click edit and use the update item and tags. Attach your new files and submit for review.
I think the only way to do this is contact support and explain your situation. You cant delete tracks and upload them again. So I think that is what you have to do.
Hope it helps.
I do use some Waves stuff, never had a problem with it so far.
My suggestion would be to try to transfer your licences to a usb stick and see if that works. That’s how I use mine.
This is probably a good time to bump this thread.http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/aj-book-of-tips-by-authors-for-authors/99015
Happy anniversary Raquel Nice post.
If someone wants to buy it I think it might be worth shopping around though, as I’ve already seen it cheaper elsewhere…Uk store;http://www.dv247.com/search/0/0/Relevance/Descending/komplete+9/1/
As long as your not upgrading of course
Certainly some songs that work great as background music in a film or advertisement may simply not be well suited for personal listening and general public consumption. While this opportunity may not be for everyone, and there is of course no requirement for authors to sell their music for personal listening use on iTunes or similar platforms, with this new policy update those that wish to now can do so while keeping all the benefits of exclusively licensing their music on AudioJungle!
Thanks Eric, I think that really sums it up Answer in a nutshell!