The whole track length thing is a bit arbitrary. I’ve had a few tracks that were 2:03 or 2:04 get knocked down to the lower price even when editing them to 2:00 would clearly make the fades sound cut off. You learn to make sure your track length is a good 10 seconds longer than the “official” length or you are likely to get your pricing clipped.
I would like to take a look at it.
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Have you thought about throwing out the highest rating and lowest rating. Often that gets rid or outlying data.
I guess I don’t understand, how can a day spent writing music be a bad day? What ever the style? And you can make money doing it… it doesn’t get much better than that.
A stop loss is a must if you invest in the market.
The beauty of the net is that it doesn’t cost anything to maintain inventory. There is no need to delete a track without sells UNLESS it has other issues (quality, composition etc..)