Inspirational Piano – http://audiojungle.net/item/inspirational-piano/948155
michellerobinson saidAwesome! Thank you
Handling the input of multiple versions is something that needs a bit more time and consideration to do it properly but we are working on a quick, interim solution which might be something like – allowing authors to enter multiple track/clip lengths in the length field (comma separated) so the search can pick up all versions.
Phew that’s all I need…......running a marathon, trying not to sprint and now I have a mountain to climb. Whatever next – I am trying to negogiate a jungle and I presume an ocean to swim!
Good luck to all.
Graham, your persistence amazes me. You’ll be the fittest one by the time we all die off…
Whoa… what happens when we all die off….??
...and there he goes, off on his own, never to be reached again. They grow up so fast, ya know?
Very inspiring! Thanks for sharing.
Wow, sorry for just now jumping into this thread, Jeff. I’ve been gone for a few days. I’m so happy you won! And of course I voted for you. It was a no-brainer! and what a wonderful pro-community gesture. But don’t buy mine or I’ll buy yours so hard it won’t even be funny.
By the way, I never got an email or saw any posts about the winners. Not sure how I missed that. Anybody want to help me out and point me in the right direction? Thanks!
You don’t need to worry about the other libraries – the only thing that appears on a user’s YouTube account is: ‘Third Party Match detected. Name of track – Authour. Administered by AdRev’.
So, what happens with a track you changed the name of? Some clients may have bought it as a different name than the new name that you now provide to AdRev. Does this present a problem?
I’m sorry. But this isn’t very frustrating to me… it’s just laughable. Professionals aren’t going to go to this guy.
“You pprrrroooobbbbably have heard my music…”
That was my initial reaction a few years ago when first I heard about him. He’s been on the circuit for quite a while and back then he was always teetering around the second page of results. Unfortunately I’ve since discovered professionals DO use him..a lot. Maybe for arbitrary background music in movies/tv (such as playing discreetly on a fuzzy old radio, for example), but this guy and his company are becoming a very dominant force. I’ve lost count of how many YouTube videos I’ve heard his music appear on and is regularly promoted on YouTube (by vloggers, tutorial channels, etc) as the de facto standard for easily monetized, YouTube ‘friendly’ music. Remember, we’re musicians, so we have a discerning ear, whereas, sadly the vast majority of buyers don’t.
In just a couple of years, he’s made it to TOP result for the strongest search keywording in our industry. And no doubt Google/YouTube will love him and his company, simply based on the fact that users can now simply monetize their videos, by crediting him and stating Creative Commons material as the third party content. Very little administration for all concerned, and Google easily get their advertising revenue.So as much as it’s pretty laughable on first impressions, sites like these are becoming a real threat to our industry, like it or not.
Interesting info. I actually came back to the forum post just now to apologize for my somewhat rude remarks.
I hear you, Matt. Still, I think we are appealing to a slightly different crowd than he is for the most part. As always, thanks for speaking up for us and continuously informing us. You’re a great advocate and educator for AudioJungle authors.