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Depard says

Hi again;)

I will try to explain my question,couse I know that It’s not allowed to upload same track 2 times.

Let’s say I uploaded track 6 months ago,this trck has 0 sales.Can I edit it and upload again?I mean not only mastering edit or something,but if I change it so it sounds like different track,but main melody is same.

Thank you, Alex

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NikiN Envato team says

Yes, you can update the original file by using the Edit tab on the file page. Be sure to change any info (like bpm, length or looping option) if needed. This way, you are updating that file. Please do not delete it and then submit it as a new file – that’s a no no :)

Thanks for understanding.

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NovaseraMusic says

Thanks both..that’s useful to know.

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urbazon says

And there’s also the other option: to upload a remix of your track as a separate submissions, but only one and only if it is quite different from the original. If I remember right, that is.

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