Yep, same here, being here for about 2 years recently things have changed to bring the “old sox” (like that one) to buyers attention. And yes, don’t really care why or how, just like the fact that they actually sell
Hi hope you guys don’t mind adopting the idea, this is simply gorgeous use of the tools at hand. So then, graphicriver, there’s bucks to earn
The Ozone mastering guide is a solid starter, even when you don’t have the software. http://www.izotope.com/products/audio/ozone/support.asp#guides B.
Woah, that was a pretty short answer… Thanks for taking notice, although honestly I was expecting a little more feedback on that. This issue is not new and def. some changes / licensing updates involved. But at least it’s a good sign that somebody saw the raised flag Lets hope for the better. Btw, if you need input on that topic, feel free to contact me.
Tim, sorry to hijack your thread, I just wanted to encourage people to move the royalty discussion over into this thread (http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/performance-rights-reloaded/97826) to keep this one clean.
On a side note, totally with you on the wish for at least a regional info where the license had been used.
TS, already doin that, but I have enough non-ex stuff lying around that I’m pretty sure would sell pretty well here, but can’t due to that PRO restriction. Only reason to bring that topic back to front. As I have said, I really hope for an official statement here.
Since it is appr. 1 year ago that I raised a question regarding Audiojungle and Performance Rights Organizations I feel an urgent need to bring that topic back to the table, and more important, I’d really like to see an answer from the staff side on that. I know this is a topic that moves a lot of authors, and in the end I have one simple question. Why is it not possible to offer both (registered and non-registered tracks) when these are clearly labeled as such. I sell in a bunch of other libs as well and in all of these it is absolutely NO problem to determine during upload whether it’s a true “royalty free” track, or to fill in the necessary royalty information. Honestly I just don’t understand what the problem is. It is a win/win situation, you’d see a massive growth of HQ content (subjective opinion of course) and authors have a way tu make use of their regular! income stream, which is just cut off in the current situation. So after 12 months of no sign on that regard I really hope this is going to be addressed. The sooner the better Cheers B.
I was featured shortly after I started 2 years ago and was pretty excited about the news – and the same amount disappointed after the feature, cause it had pretty much no measurable impact on sales. Meanwhile I guess I’ve learned that it’s not the homepage that gives you sales but steadiness and quality. Although I think having an item in the weekly top sellers does definitely help.
That’s agreat addition, thanks for that!