The formula is simple: Project for sale = extended license. Project available to the public at no charge = regular license. In the example I posted in the Broadcast licenses thread there’s a separate license for viral videos. Would Envato implement it? – You wish.
Unfortunately these samples can’t be used in stock music production because of the SA clause in the CC license.
I’d also suggest eliminating the $10 and $13 price entirely
That’s right, except devaluing our work these prices are not good for anything. The prices here are very low already, so when a buyer finds the right track another 4 or 7 bucks is not what’s gonna stop him.
In general you can, but it has to be substantially different. Personal advice – make sure the remixes don’t start the same. Once I had two variations with similar beginning and someone without taking a thorough listen snitched to the support that I sell exclusive items on other sites.
A few times I came up with amazing heavenly compositions in my dreams, but couldn’t remember them when awake.
Looks neat, except the blue links and some fonts that are too bold and big. Reminds me my first webpage on Blogger 12 years ago.
The “Bread and Games” solution ( well, no bread in this case) to distract the masses from what really matters that cost about 50,000,000,000 dollars to the tax payers? No, I don’t watch it.
Each project requires a separate license. Project for sale = extended license. Project available to the public at no charge = regular license. So you will need one extended license fro the training videos series and one regular license for the testimonial series.