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Yes, try using http://sample.soundizer.com as it can identify the preview file. It works most of the time. If that fails you can post the watermarked track somewhere and maybe someone will recognize it.

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I agree! It happened to me too.

With the search system working the way it currently does with only EXACT title matches (and one-word synonyms) returning favorable results unless you have lots of sales you’re sending the track to the grave with a change like that.

It is seriously time for search improvement, but until that happens, please, if the title isn’t completely wrong for the track, let it be…

A random example: Search for “Three Day’s Ride” and you will find one song. Search for “Three Days Ride” – nothing. That is just… well, not very good.

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Folk Acoustic bass drum mesmerizing =) Warmth – I’ll think about it. It seems to me that too much details.

Yup, Folk Acoustic Ad (version without bells) is much softer and works better in the background.

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It is very close. I’ll show some of them to the client.

Thanks!

Here are two more that I forgot:

http://audiojungle.net/item/folk-acoustic-ad/4036923

http://audiojungle.net/item/warmth/3786586
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Hi, it sounds like a regular license would be enough.

It’s only if you intend to sell the end product, like an iPhone/Android game, that you would need an extended license.

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GroovingGecko
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Sweet!

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My guess is that roughly 99.99% of the authors here do it themselves, but it would be interesting to find out if anyone lets someone else do it. :)

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Very nice track, but you spelled “Dubstep” wrong. ;)

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