What is an author fee? In my most recent sale, I was given an invoice with information (first time I’ve ever been given information about who bought my track), as well as a separate author fee deducted. Does anyone know what that’s about? Just curious because I’ve never had that before.
If one decides to put their music on AdRev, can it be taken down if you decide to?
I’ve seen mixed responses to this and it would make me more comfortable if there was option to do this, just in case I wanted to in the future. I haven’t been very financially successful so far on AJ and I do worry about screwing myself over, because I’ve seen a lot of negative reactions towards AdRev and the hassles it involves from buyers. So, I’d hate to eliminate potential customers. On the other hand, I do feel like this is a positive move for the industry, and that I would like to see it become a standard. I guess I’m just apprehensive.
Also, do they give you actual video links? And can you click on them and from what I understand “whitelist” them? So, I could find previous buyers Youtube channels or videos and bypass the license step for them, so they wouldn’t have to deal with the hassle?
Thank you! wasn’t sure if there was another way.
I have this track and from a technical view it’s reggae and it’s in the reggae category here on AJ. As a regular listen though I get comments that it sounds more like jazz and doesn’t sound reggae at all. What do you think? Is it possible to move it to the jazz category after it’s already been accepted into the reggae category? And if so, how can I do it?http://audiojungle.net/item/up-to-the-penthouse/5631157
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This would need a “plastic surgery” overdo But why not! Just go easier on the drums, and of course re-record the guitars so that they won’t sound as if they are clipping.