Wow! Didn’t know about that search engine! Awesome! Just made a test with one of my tracks and already found two videohive project that use my track without me being aware of
thanks a lot! Marco
Yes, it’s a great thing! My track “Something Big is Coming” was part of one of the last year’s bundle (Cinematic Bundle or something…) and the money coming in from the bundle sales was awesome I also had a lot of additional sales during the running time of that bundle and in the following 2 or 3 months. After that my sales got back to their usual numbers.
But being chosen for a bundle is like winning the lottery in terms of probability/likelihood I guess…
Not a single item sold this “whole year” (it’s the 4th ) – I already actually thought the sales system on audiojungle has an issue or something Glad, I’m not alone…
worst month for a long time for me… Had much more sales even in the summer months.
Any news here? When I enter the upload area there is still no selection for After Effects CC (only 7.0 up to CS6)
Thank you very much! That’s very generous!
Better late than never Congrats, man!
My first album was A-HA “Hunting High And Low” (back in the eighties). My most recent one was the OST from Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Wojciech Kilar.
Great news! Thank you!
soundrepository said$200 might not be an “upgrade” price if you’ve bought Logic in the app store, but if you bought the boxed version back before they offered it in the app store, then it most certainly is!
... but there is no upgrade available for users of older versions. As a Logic 9 Pro user I’m definitely not gonna pay the same as new users.
I bought the boxed versions (8, then 9) long ago and yes, the price now is about the update price then but I just completely dislike how loyal customers are treated in that they are not “rewarded” for having paid much more in advance than brand new users. I don’t know any other company that just gives a f* on customer loyalty like Apple does. I hate that just like the whole subscription based bull** that’s coming more and more these days. But that’s a different story