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Sonicbyte says

One more thing…

Why is useful the “Instrumental Only” option ? If it’s a song without voices/vocal samples… why should we have to mark that option ? Isn’t obvious that if have no voices in the song therefore should be instrumental only ?

thanks

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ADG3studios Staff says

One more thing…

Why is useful the “Instrumental Only” option ? If it’s a song without voices/vocal samples… why should we have to mark that option ? Isn’t obvious that if have no voices in the song therefore should be instrumental only ?

thanks

It’s for when you include an instrumental version along with the vocal version in the submission.

If you only have an instrumental version, click N/A for vocals :)

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Sonicbyte says

oh, sorry I understand now… thanks :nerdy:



One more thing…

Why is useful the “Instrumental Only” option ? If it’s a song without voices/vocal samples… why should we have to mark that option ? Isn’t obvious that if have no voices in the song therefore should be instrumental only ?

thanks

It’s for when you include an instrumental version along with the vocal version in the submission.

If you only have an instrumental version, click N/A for vocals :)
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EricSchwartz Staff says

oh, sorry I understand now… thanks :nerdy:


One more thing…

Why is useful the “Instrumental Only” option ? If it’s a song without voices/vocal samples… why should we have to mark that option ? Isn’t obvious that if have no voices in the song therefore should be instrumental only ?

thanks

It’s for when you include an instrumental version along with the vocal version in the submission.

If you only have an instrumental version, click N/A for vocals :)

The “Instrumental Version Included” option in the attribute multi-select box is for when a separate instrumental arrangement is included along with the primary vocal version, such as in this item.

The “Instrumental Only” checkbox above this is for when your item does not include any vocals at all. This checkbox used to be simply labeled “N/A”, but was changed to “Instrumental Only” for clarity. While it may seem obvious, requiring this checkbox ensures that no “Vocals In Audio” attributes have been unintentionally selected.

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WebRa says

Nice :)

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