I’m just curious I don’t think i’ve seen any just yet. I’m half but I want to know if there’s any more! Thanks.
Well Well Well…i think I may have something for you! It starts out slow and then builds up.
The Epic Cinematic Intro http://audiojungle.net/item/the-epic-cinematic-intro/2700831
If you really wanted a piano intro before it switches up, I also have this one that maybe you can tag at the beginning. It’s actually in the same key as the first track so the transition can be beautiful, especially with a cross-fade.
Simply Piano http://audiojungle.net/item/simply-piano/2705228
What ya think?
Thanks for all your hard work Chendo and Envato Staff…it doesn’t go unnoticed
Enjoy your week Boris! Congrats
If you haven’t checked out Scott Will’s thread, here’s the link:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/ways-to-promote-your-audiojungle-music/55643
He pretty much left nothing to question. Study it and implement it. Scott definitely knows what he’s talking about
Gareth and SERF -
It’s more than just you, Gareth, that has been repeated in the weekly features. And SERF , I don’t think anywhere in my original post I posited that being featured was the key to success.
You guys don’t need to get defensive.
The fact remains, there are those that are featured more than once and then there are those that are never featured. And if you submit that this is because of the quality of music, I’ll have to call bs on that. There are many, many talented people on here that have not gotten any attention in feature or even from people in this forum.So, nope, still biased.
Sebastian, my intention wasn’t to rub you the wrong way. I was only stating my opinion. That was the basis of this thread. I never accused you of saying that YOU said being featured was the key. I was stating my opinion that being featured isn’t the only way to getting sales. Also I’ve noticed on the forums these days that there’s negative talk about some of the top sellers but I wanted to defend that. They worked hard, that’s all.
I never said YOU were wrong…I actually agree with you to a certain extent. But I also agreed with Gareth, who had a valid point. No harm Nothing but love.
Awesome news…it will only get better if you keep it up.
But one such element of it is that I notice people being featured on the “weekly features” repeatedly while others are never featured. Seems kind of lopsided to me.
That’s quite the statement given that there have been 45 consecutively different artists with the Weekly Feature.
Incidentally, the one after that 45th artist is me again, and that file was featured because it won a marketplace competition.So, the facts would suggest that the weekly feature seems to be handled pretty fairly, but maybe I’m missing something.
Great Response Gareth.
To the defense of some of these “Big Sellers” and some of those that have been here a while, they all have worked hard and have put in time here on AudioJungle. Besides, I’m sure we would all love to be there someday anyway
I’m sure there’s more to selling music than just having a featured file as well. If your focus is quality & consistency, then buyers will sooner or later find you. This is what I have found to be true with my short time here so far.
eXodus, strive to upload consistently and make sure what you upload is not only great quality, but it’s commercially usable. I wish you the best.
How about work, luck, work? Because you can’t get lucky is your work sucks…or can you? hmmm…. okay just kidding. Just be good at what you do!
Simply include them in the zip with the main file and in the preview.
And to add to this, be sure to list all the versions in your item description as well. For example:
1. Main Track – 2:00
2. Edit 1 – 0:60
3. Edit 2 – 0:30
Something along those lines or you’ll get a soft-rejection.