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bosone says
hi! i would like to share my latest composition, “desert breeze”.
I combined musical instruments gathered from different part of the world to compose original music with ethnic flavor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQXMo8rLQv4

In this case I used a frame drum from Morocco, a didgeridoo from Australia, a guzheng from china, a percussion from Perù, a simsimiyya harp from Jordan, a Saz and a duduk/mey from Turkey.
I hope you enjoy the journey!

Have also a look at the other video of this project:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNVv4utq55i8583JyKcdlZt6yfuGaVeW4

This is an ongoing music/video project in which I will use instruments gathered from all around the world, combining them in unusual ways to make music. Musical instruments from different cultures blends together to create original atmospheres and soundscapes.

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bosone says

What would be really useful would be to get all the summed views for all items in a single page, along with a short detailed report about the single files. For a wide portfolio you cannot easily keep track of all the single analytics.

What is needed is a single page in which you gather all the files and all the cumulative views for that file. A single page that explains how your entire portfolio is performing, which are the most viewed files and which are the referrals.

I always found AJ analytics pretty useless and time wasting…

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bosone says

probably i’m so used to listen to the track that i cannot hear it or i hear it as a part of the arrangement. don’t know… i have listened each track separately and noticed nothing!! :(

in any case thanks for your time. at least now i know that it’s me and not the reviewer! :D

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bosone says

I’m trying to submit this track to audiojungle but the reviewer insist to tell me that there is a glitch I listened carefully, watched the wafeform but i cannot find/hear anything.

are you able to hear/identify it? (the track can also be downloaded if you want to look at the waveform) could it be that the click he hears is related to some drum tone or anything else in the arrangement?

https://soundcloud.com/bosone-2/mysterious-click

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bosone says

great! let’s hope to sell some new license soon, then! :)

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bosone says

You are right… I did not monitored this behaviour However it seems that once an item or author become very popular, the sales begin to happen in a very predictable way. Don’t ask me why…

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bosone says
i have posted a thread on this topic: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/could-sales-on-aj-explained-by-statistics/140599

i’m monitoring the total sales of different authors with different amount of sales. the experiment is still going but i could anticipate that my feeling is that selling on AJ is quite a statistic process, almost predictable in some cases.

you have more or less a linear increase of sales in time but the amount seems to depend on total sales you have.

so, the more total sales you have, the more you will sell per day.

i’m posting some preliminary graph to explain this:

sales per day vs. total sales :

https://imageshack.com/i/kqdNeupwj

https://imageshack.com/i/ezlBmEJEj

sales during time for different sales amounts:

https://imageshack.com/i/ez4JPhjdj

of course not all the trends are so perfect. i observed that towards lower amount of sales there is more scatter. but at higher sales (>5000) there is a nearly perfect linear behaviour. I choose both top seller authors and several random authors with lower sales, trying to represent all “total sales” categories.

i cannot give indications about how to increase sales, but it seems to me quite possible that the more you have sold in the past, the more you will sell in the future. quite obious eh!?

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bosone says
honestly i did not understand what you mean… :)

another parameter that would be interest to consider is the total number of items on sale during time of the authors with different amount of sales.

but now is late to add it… maybe i’ll start again my data collecion this autumn.

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bosone says
i’m monitoring the total sales of different authors with different amount of sales. the experiment is still going but i could anticipate that my feeling is that selling on AJ is quite a statistic process, almost predictable in some cases.

you have more or less a linear increase of sales in time but the amount seems to depend on total sales you have.

so, the more total sales you have, the more you will sell per day.

i’m posting some preliminary graph to explain this:

sales per day vs. total sales :

https://imageshack.com/i/kqdNeupwj
https://imageshack.com/i/ezlBmEJEj

sales during time for different sales amounts:

https://imageshack.com/i/ez4JPhjdj

of course not all the trends are so perfect. i observed that towards lower amount of sales there is more scatter. but at higher sales (>5000) there is a nearly perfect linear behaviour. I choose both top seller authors and several random authors with lower sales, trying to represent all “total sales” categories.

i cannot give indications about how to increase sales, but it seems to me quite possible that the more you have sold in the past, the more you will sell in the future. quite obious eh!? :)

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bosone says

No, happy does not always mean ukulele!
That’s the reason why i’m using other acoustic instruments to make my “happy” tracks!

This is not an ukulele

The happy mandolin


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