Here’s a retro old film teaser that could work for you>http://audiojungle.net/item/old-film-teaser-indent/1970184
You’ll need to save the preview file in mp3 format: i.e. preview.mp3 If you wish to use a .aiff file, you’ll need to use a program (e.g. Max on the Mac) to convert the mp3 format to .aiff
Good luck, Gari
That’s awesome man. Congrats!
Great discussion guys! I’m hopeful that the power that be at Envato are cooking up some new and improved license types. It’s a non-brainer , and like Gareth and others have mentioned, the current blanket of ‘one fits all’ (alright two…) simple doesn’t meet all the use cases.
And on the note of incorrectly used licenses, I’ve just submitted a support request as I found an indie film using one of my tracks, which is being sold, but I’ve never sold an extended license for this track. Hopefully this problem can be resolved in an amicable manner.
Well it was Valentine’s Day, and we all know how men wait until the last minute to do their shopping…
” Is there a way to know the specific time of purchase? “
If you use something like iNvatoo on the iPhone, it gives you the sales time. I’m sure there will be similar ones for PC/Mac etc… I think there’s a list somewhere on Envato but I can’t find it right now as I’m away from my computer.
I’ve also noticed (rarely, sadly) an influx of sales in a short period of time. No reason though. Maybe the sales get held up if some maintenance is going on then come in thick and fast?
Thanks for the update Adrien!
I wouldn’t fret guys. I know it’s exiting to see you latest track(s) up to see how it fairs but being held up by a temporary slowdown in the review process isn’t blocking you from creating new and great music! Be patient and they’ll arrive soon enough, and it’s probably a good time for the delay anyway as we’re only getting out of the slow season
Here’s a selection from my portfolio, where I’m sure you’ll find something that’s suits your needs.http://audiojungle.net/collections/2107390-dark-and-intense
Good luck! Gari