Personally, I found an article on the internet about how you can earn on their music. Before that, I just wrote the music for friends and for myself. This site has a good find for me
I found it via Videohive, because i was googling for some AE templates i used for a ad of my company. Then i’ve seen the music link used in this AE project and found to audiojungle. I ended up asking myself, why i was so stupid to not be a author for aj since a long time…! I was too busy to think about that things, but i regret it!!
I was told by my husband, who was told by my brother, who was told by his friend, who was on soundcloud and I don’t know how he found it there…
Hi, follow up Mat it´s same to me as I only published my songs on myownmusic.de where you usually get no money but several unqualified reviews from assumed experts. One day a buddy of mine told me why are you so stupid and don´t sell you songs on AJ.
I stuggled a while but will never regret to have done this step.
A friend told me…
A friend of mine works in a gaming industry and they buy the music for their games here and i was recording my things for my self and dreaming about putting them out somewhere and earning some appreciation and maybe some cash and so one day i asked him about getting the music somewhere and he told me about this site
- Interviewed on the Envato Notes blog
- Author had a File in an Envato Bundle
- Item was Featured
- Exclusive Author
- Has been a member for 1-2 years
- Referred between 1 and 9 users
- Sold between 10 000 and 50 000 dollars
- United Kingdom
- Bought between 10 and 49 items
A fellow composer friend, Dirk Ehlert who is extremely talented and doing really well here, gave me the nod to check it out. So just to test the water, i created some idents and then kinda got hooked into it!!!
- Microlancer Beta Tester
- Sold between 100 and 1 000 dollars
- Won a Competition
- Grew a moustache for the Envato Movember competition
- Beta Tester
- Contributed a Blog Post
- Exclusive Author
- Repeatedly Helped protect Envato Marketplaces against copyright violations
around 2006 or 2007 I discovered “Flashden” through google somehow, back then Audiojungle was a part of Flashden in their “Audio” section (which know is called Activeden), and the Audio watermark on these files were also “flashden”, there were only around 300’000 – 500’000 users.
I was not active on AJ since 2010, I’m really surprised to see it now up at 2,2 million users…. I guess it’s time for me to start producing again!