Wow! Congratulations on this great achievement with just a few items and in such a short time!
I found it so confusing at first that once I worked it out I made a wordpad document explaining how it worked so I wouldn’t forget…lol! Am I just thick or is it just too complicated for the human brain to “get” on first glance?
Here it is anyway…saved for posterity!
Subtract the author fee amount from the price amount and that is the 51% (my percentage) of the full price. The statement only shows how much you have actually earned at the bottom as a total figure.
e.g. Track 1 sells at $18
Price shown = $14.40 Author fee = $5.22
$5.22 subtracted from $14.40 = $9.18
($9.18 then works out as 51% share of the original $18 price which is what we actually earn)
Wow..congratulations Graham! It just goes to show that hard work and awesome music pays off here at AJ….and boy have you worked hard these past 2 years…I couldn’t keep up anyway!
Well all of Beethoven’s works are in the public domain along with all the other music of composers who have been dead over 75 years. This might be different in some countries but generally speaking, most pre-20th Century music should qualify as being in the public domain.
More info here…https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/articles/202821930-AudioJungle-and-Pastiche-Imitation-Tracks