That makes sense that it is a VST used. I had tried to record my own harmonics but struggled to get a clean, crisp result.
Welcome Mr Break and congratulations on your first sale. All the top authors started off with that first sale so you are on your way!!
Just the 3 for me in March so far but I can’t complain considering Feb was 0.
My main focus is trying to add a new item each week. March sales were all for items published in late Feb/early March.
Unless, collectively as authors, we submit the same number of items at the same rate how can we expect review queue times to remain the same?
If you want the review queue to be 3 days long simply submit a new item every 3 days. Once the first item is approved you will have a new item reviewed every 3 days even if the general review time is 15 days.
I think this thread needs to be moved to the appropriate forum topic now.
Great work, David. Congratulations.
My questions are: 1. What is the logo version? 2. Do I HAVE TO upload all of these or the “you may” means if I want to? Can someone write down a step by step upload in a simple version please? I am confused. I would appreciate your help guys! Thanks!
Welcome to AJ.
Answer 1: A logo version would be a 5 to 30 second version that could work as a company logo. Check out the Logo & Idents category for examples.
Answer 2: No you don’t HAVE TO include these. Most items are just uploaded as the main track.
Steps once you have your song mixed, mastered and ready to go:
- Export your song as WAV and or MP3 version
- Zip your main file or files if you include for example a 30 second and 1 minute version.
- Create a MP3 preview using the Audiojungle watermark
- Upload your .zip as main file, .mp3 with watermark as preview and image file for thumbnail (optional)
- Write your description and include up to 30 appropriate tags
Have a look around at profile pages and items of other users to gain an understanding of what to include.
Hope that helps.
Can I ‘Autumn clean’ mine??
While I understand your point, it would be extremely difficult to enforce. Envato don’t even need to be advised where or what items are used for.
What if my song or a videohive item are used to promote a meat industry and I am vegetarian. Should I object to its usage? Where does one draw the line?