In the Northeast here in America we are getting a late start on spring after a long winter. It is finally reaching normal mild spring temps here, so maybe some sales from this part of the world are dropping from people getting out to enjoy some much needed nice weather. I know I am itching to get out and start fishing again.
Hopefully it comes back because last week was a record week for me and this week is very disappointing after coming off a record week like that. But I have learned not to panic, usually things average themselves out here.
Thanks for the shout out Luca and Graham Its been a really hard road trying to do this full time and last month really helped. Thank you Audiojungle so much, really from the bottom of my heart they deserve everything for helping so many composers have that feeling of that first sale. To feel like your worth it and that your good enough is so special. And even if you’ve only sold a handful of sales, that means you ARE worth it.
Congrats, good to see you in that list. Your hard work is paying off!!
Interesting thread. My two young children are named Sophia and Nick, so I sort of mixed their names together.
Congrats!! Movin on up!
Sounds like electric guitar harmonics. As Im sure you know guitar harmonics come out cleaner or barely audible on certain areas on the neck on a real guitar, so obviously from a sample program though, too perfect.
Depends, how much a month does it earn you? If it’s not a producer for you just sell it off, some money is better than none.
If it was a song that made zero money for me I would start negotiating around $500.
For a :19 clip I would start at $200
You could also make a contract that has to be renewed yearly for same price. It could become part of their brand as there known intro for their videos and they might want to keep paying or you could possibly work out a better deal in future.
If these songs get steady sales obviously over time selling it cheap would be a bad deal for you. This is just my opinion and I’m sure others will differ so maybe someone else will chime in.
3:27 and a little after you can see crane, and shadow of it lifting them.. Sadly its a fake. Not to mention a lot of the shots are from chest down, cutting down of editing time.
Business background music license is something that other stock-audio offer to their customers, as well as music in hold, performing arts and other uses. Perhaps it’s time for Envato to make some reforms in the current licensing model.
Obviously big +1
Maybe you have to work out a private deal or license since audiojungle can’t support such usage license, if that’s ok being you are exclusive. Pretty sure you are allowed to license your own music to a client being exclusive but just not sell it on other markets.
Maybe Eric could clear this up as well.
Nice work, wish you many more sales!