this is even more interesting:
Check this one out, check the “forecast” box! Competition losing
That pretty much answers the question for a lot of people considering going non-exclusive.Envato, you might be tempted to block out that link… but that link is an amazing piece of motivation for your authors to stay with you. Keep the link up for others to see.
indeed! for me it was an amazing discovery…
You think music is recovering from devaluation? Why, has the demand grown bigger than the supply lately?
this is even more interesting:http://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=royalty%20free%20music%2C%20stock%20music%2C%20audiojungle%2C%20pond5&cmpt=q
the only way to remove the watermark would be to perfectly align the original watermark speech file to the exact position in which the watermark has been positioned in the preview file and invert the phase, as Art-of-Sound suggested. really really tricky and difficult to align the tracks but in maybe not completely impossible. i never tried by myself btw…
IMHO if you want to avoid this trick just add some delay, chorus, distortion, pitchshift, compression or other subtle FX to the original watermark speech… or… is it possible to record your own “audijoungle” watermark?!
bosone saidYou made my day with the digaredoo!!!
i make some videos but not for royaltyfree marketing on AJ… just to have fun! australian dreaming
could you please have a listen to this track and share some thoughts on the production/sound???
some prog guitar playing…
a quick suggestion: it’s absolutely mandatory to implement some way to EXCLUDE keywords from searches. it’s surprising that there is no way to search, for example, for corporate tracks which does NOT include ukulele in the tags.
I wish I had the same problem of Tim!
but in any case i’d like to quote and rearrange his words: “If you have not yet used my music and you don’t see it listed on my item pages anywhere, please use it and let me know, and I will make sure to get it up there. ”