Maybe there was similar threat, but my question is simple. My last approve song duration is 2:06 is priced 13$ and one of my songs, earlier approved, with same duration, is 17$. What is the difference?this is no self promotion! Song priced 13$ http://audiojungle.net/item/metalcore/4872202 Song priced 17$ http://audiojungle.net/item/succesful-moto-ride/4744240
As far as I can tell for a 2 minute song to be priced as a two minute song it really needs to be over 2:10. For some reason AJ is arbitrary on pricing songs in the 2:03-2:07 length – even if the fade out takes the length over 2:00 and cutting if off would make the track sound chopped they still price it at the lower level.
I understand that. But both songs have same fade out duration.
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That was actually a system error. Fixed now. The “zone” Brownhouse refers to is actually more like 2:00 – 2:02, max 2:03 for the very end of a fade which may be less perceivable .. usually on tracks that have the last little bit of a fade, or silence which crosses the 2:00 mark. there are quite a few submissions we get that essentially, definitively end on 1:56-1:59, with “silence” that crosses the 2:00 mark. It’s our policy to reprice those.
If you have a 2:03+ track that you think is mispriced, report to support or via file update with Notes and we can have a look to see what’s up.
Thank you so much Adrien for your replay.I thought maybe it was because of fade out.But I compare with other songs and I found that ending begins from 1:54 and with fade ends to 2:06. Anyway, thank you for quick replay and fixing the bug