Maybe it’s time to upgrade the manpower over at the review team?
Didn’t check for a while and now I see that I passed 400 sales. When I started out I just didn’t imagine that I will have 400 sales. What a great surprise!
Just writing this for the newcomers, keep your heads up, do creative work and you’ll hit even more sales for sure!
Buyers have the option of depositing into Audiojungle and keeping money here or buying directly without depositing.
Without depositing there is a $2 charge.
So, if your item is $2, then – if the buyer deposits money to Audiojungle, the item costs $2.
If the buyer buys the item directly with no deposit, the item costs $4.That’s probably why you saw the price differentiation.
Right, got it, thanks for helping out.
How come after two sales the price on a certain item just drops? Sold one item like 7-8 times already but after the first two it just dropped by to half of the original price. Sorry, maybe everyone here knows about this, I might be the slow poke on this one. I just noticed this happening to one of my files.
Are you sure it’s half? If someone buys your item and doesn’t have money in their account they will have to pay $2 extra which you get half of.Say you have an item for $5. Without money deposited the buyer would pay $7 and you would get $3.50 per sale instead of $2.50 as you’d get when a buyer has deposited money to their account.
My item was 4$ which I would’ve gotten 2$ from and now it’s down to 2$ and I get 1$. Yes, this might be the reason.
How come after two sales the price on a certain item just drops? Sold one item like 7-8 times already but after the first two it just dropped by to half of the original price.
Sorry, maybe everyone here knows about this, I might be the slow poke on this one. I just noticed this happening to one of my files.
Thank you for the great replies, I’ve certainly found what I was looking for. I’m definitely gonna post more requests later on!
Hey AJ community, it’s me again with quite a specific request. I am looking for a musical piece which will serve as a background track for an animation I am working on as a sound designer. Please pay attention to how I’m describing the music, I’ll try and write everything that comes to my mind. Usually users reply to me that I’m not specific enough but whatever I leave out in the description is intentional, I want to leave a bit of space there so each and every one of you guys can interpret my description freely.
Here’s what the animation illustrates: First of all we have all sorts of logistical problems and errors enumerated regarding the administration of a company, then the resolution of these problems comes in. This means that we need something that is quite disturbed at the beginning. There is a buildup of frenzy, speed, inaccuracies, and panic visually, the music should add to this atmosphere, meaning that there should be some kind of tension showing how the problems really mess up the whole situation of the company. We’re excluding genres like fully electronic club music, harder rock pieces, and very folky approaches. It’s after all a corporate video illustrating how several problems can cause quite a mess and how these problems can be resolved.
So there’s disturbance, rhythm, inaccuracy, tension in the beginning that eases out and turns into a more melodic and simple instrumentation. Something that went wrong turns out to be okay…in a CORPORATE setting. That would be the synopsis of the whole deal.
The tension I’m talking about can be illustrated with chord structures and instrumentation as well. I’m not talking about a wagnerian Tristan and Isolde piece here, where there’s tension in the chords already. Think of all the ways tension could be illustrated with music without it becoming absurd or very rock and roll. I’m looking for a contrast between complexity and simplicity in this track which can be illustrated with rhythm, melodies.
It all starts out with problems and then we get the tension off with simplicity.
What would you recommend?
Thanks, everyone! I wish everyone success! There’s more to come, I’m absolutely sure of that.