you buy a license for a great music track for only $18 and you just have to send an email with your license to adrev.net. Once you know how it works, I don’t see what’s complicated? it’s a small effort that allows the artist community to continue to provide affordable high-quality music, where is the problem?
Exactly, I don’t see where the problem is when you know how it works. As user, you just have to send your video link to AdRev to clear it up right after uploading it and before making your video public. Then you could monetize your video as expected, right from the start, and it doesn’t cost you anything more. And when you do this, we author, don’t earn anything more too.
Problem solved. Everyone is happy. (Happy new year everyone BTW :))
Congrats everyone! There are some very great creations here
My preference for entry #3, for me the most poetic and vibrant image! Congrats!
Congrats everyone!! Special mention to JDMusic, dude your track is perfect! It sounds incredibly good with its 60’s touch, and the female voice is very very well chosen, really!!
Clap clap guys!
Mery Christmas to all.
Thanks again for your lights Matt! Very helpful.
ilovemedia-es saidThe watermarked previews can be downloaded here on AJ as well, so that shouldn’t make a difference?
MusicPremium saidYes, I have the same question. I have the option to download the preview (with watermark) in SoundCloud, but I link to AudioJungle license. Could it be a problem? Would it be better to remove the download option?
I have one question, they do not accept CC licenses, but what’s their position about free preview version of our tracks (available mostly everywhere on the web and on AJ)? Will they still be able to track illegal uses of these versions which are very common on YouTube?
Thanks for your lights mate
For them, I hope not .
The point is that YT/AdRev obviously make a difference between licensed tracks and CC licenses. And AdRev is good to track illegal uses of our tracks, specially those who are using our free preview on their videos and making money with it, and there are a lot of things like this on YT. So, I was just wondering if they’d keep tracking preview file as well.
Congrats, Matt, and thank you!:) So, as i understand, if i have a not exclusive tracks, which can be licensed under CC, i need to close this possibility immediately, right?
Thanks Alex!Yes, as Taco has just said, if you have any music uploaded and tracked by AdRev that you also have available for free, such as under Creative Commons Licenses, then I would recommend removing these from CC, as it goes against YouTube’s ContentID policy.
thanks a lot for bringing such details on the situation. I have one question, they do not accept CC licenses, but what’s their position about free preview version of our tracks (available mostly everywhere on the web and on AJ)? Will they still be able to track illegal uses of these versions which are very common on YouTube?
Thanks for your lights mate
Congrats fellow citizen! Enjoy your time under the lights!!
Mat is a great reviewer, it’s always nice to see his cool comments on reviews! Even if Swiss tennis team won the Davis Cup against France…