Congrats on marriage. posting in a forum. really? the whole first week on my honeymoon was in bed with champagne, strawberries and her.
but yeah I guess the envato forums are a close 2nd lol wtf. anyways best wishes.
great idea, also good to have one like this done for non-envato content for us content producers… I like that it’s a WP plugin, very smart, thanks!
right… and by the license it’s fine with envato, just wanted to get your guys’ take on it, eg would you mind if someone played another instrument or sang with your track, and put it on youtube?
it’s covered by the license, so that’s good… but i always want to ask and respect original authors’ values as well. maybe if i was original composer Id want to request as a courtesy the person has “original track composed by (yourname, + maybe link back here)?
thanks – ok sounds fine.. i just thought my customers and colleagues would get a kick out of seeing me play sax (I’ve played for decades, including in bands back in the day)..
there’s still time to run away lol..
actually Congrats! marrying a good honest person is always +1
Hi guys, thanks… and Jami got back to me with confirmation that’s ok:
“Sure, you can do that with the track in your Youtube video. I do want to mention though that you can’t use music in stand-alone music tracks. For example, you can’t add lyrics to an audio track and sell it on iTunes.”
I always follow copyright/licensing to the letter, so wanted to clear it first. And thx, I’ll have a listen to that track.
absolutely should be tiered pricing for national/international usage rights by big companies, that’s different than pricing for small business owners and limited distribution. Tim you’re great, I’d feel like wtf/bad if I made a sale of a song I composed that was on a national/regional tv spot and only made a little on it, that doesn’t seem right.
Envato agree you guys should have a ‘broadcast – negotiable/inquire’ license tier for those using these tracks on commercial advertising tv spots I’d think, that would depend on region/media buy usage and the rest, that you’d work with the author on a 1-off basis to determine fair usage pricing.
hi – in asking earlier here’s the reply; so it sounds like it’s ok, but I wanted to double-check; I’ll ask envato again, also to ask your take on it… is it ok to add my sax playing to a track, make a video of me playing, and put on youtube/embed in site for non-sale free viewing use. From what I understand the no-vocal is they mean a singer can’t buy a track, add vocals and then sell it or represent that it’s their composition. Me I just want to add sax, shoot a video and post you youtube. ...
Thank you for your message and I apologize for the late response. Sure, if the track is going to be in a Youtube video, a Regular license is fine.
If you would like to read more about our license terms, please visit:License FAQ http://audiojungle.net/licenses/faq License Terms Overview http://audiojungle.net/licenses
Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you.
Warm Regards, Jami
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I believe I’d checked with envato earlier and they said it’s fine, but I wanted to double check with you guys/authors too:
I thought it would be cool to play sax along with a few of the AJ tracks as a backing track, and make a video to put on youtube and my website, for my customers to watch…
I wouldn’t be selling the audio/video or anything else, it’s just for them to see me playing sax over AJ tracks, I’d mix together, for free-to-view watching me play sax over tracks.
That’s ok usage, right? There’s some really good tracks here especially jazz/blues that would be good for that.