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Vineet_kashyap says

-Do you like your fav authors ? -Do you search ? -Do you use random ?

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aron66 says

I like to use popular music’s because they are good and buyers like it.

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RMdeJong says

I always first check if the authors i’ve used music from in the past have anything I can use. If not I just keep searching randomly. I don’t really look at the popularity of the track.

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EFEKT_Studio says

Very easy. Good stuff.

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felt_tips Volunteer moderator says

I look for stuff I like that fits the concept I’m planning. I’ll often go to authors whose work I have liked in the past to save time. I’ll also consciously look for some new authors each time.

While popularity of a track isn’t the be all and end all, if there’s a choice between 3, I’ll generally opt for the more popular one.

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InlifeThrill says

Or you could use the AJ radio http://www.audiojungleradio.com/ to look for stuff. It’s way faster than manually clicking links in the site. Anyhow, good authors are usually taking the top spots. Hidden gems need some time to find, but they are there :)

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steve314 says

1. I keep bookmarking tracks I like, for future use.
2. I dig into my favorite Authors’ portfolios …&
3. I use the search tool for specific styles or durations

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doru says

most important I chose a song that has the “audiojungle” audio watermark toned down. Most of the tracks like to scream that piece of word way to loud than necessary. This off course is for music for templates.

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MRMdesigns says

I like to use popular music’s because they are good and buyers like it.

+1 And I usually don’t use music from one particular author. I just search for whatever I need.

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ZtarrZound says

Cool info. It’s no wonder why so many projects end up using the same audio over & over again. Popularity rules the day it seems. It is much easier to roll with what has worked for others in the past. Especially when the current search leaves so much to be desired.

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