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randomnoise says



There’s an important difference between… a) actual audience size / b) intended audience size / c) potential audience size

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While this is OUTSTANDING news, I also question this portion. What would stop the average customer from simply choosing the basic $18 license by stating that he or she doesn’t “intend” to have a million+ audience? What’s the course of action when said video gets several million views?

In the downloadable FAQ pdf it says the following. :)

Q: What happens if I need to exceed the limitations of my license in the future? Can I upgrade my license to a higher tier?

A: Yes. You will be able to contact support for assistance with upgrading your existing license.

Just to clarify: I was never talking about Youtube… The terms regarding Youtube views in the Standard Muisic License are crystal-clear:

Apart from the limitations in clause 4, there are no restrictions on views or impressions of an End Product containing the Item. For example, there can be unlimited Internet views or page impressions of an End Product.

Example: your home video uploaded to a user-generated video-sharing platform goes viral and gets over 1,000,000 views. Relax and enjoy the fame, you’re still covered by this license.

In my post I was referring to broadcast / TV usage.

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randomnoise says

This really is great news…!

However – I think you should be more specific regarding the term ‘audience size’.

In the license PDFs you already specify by using the term ‘intended total audience size’. That’s a lot better!

I’d even go further and use the term ‘potential total audience size’. And I think it would be important to use these specific terms in all short overview texts for any license.

What I mean is simply this:

There’s an important difference between…

a) actual audience size / b) intended audience size / c) potential audience size

I think you should avoid any confusion for the buyer here… When a buyer selects a license for braodcast use he/she should be aware that it’s the potential audience of the tv station that counts here.

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randomnoise says

Awesome track, Sascha! Hope this feature gives it the boost it deserves! :)

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randomnoise says

...instantly felt like an audiojungle hymn to me.

:D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuQt9N4Dsok#t
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randomnoise says
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randomnoise says




Please invite me, my username is Creattive
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Do we need invitations? I’ve posted a bunch of comments without one..
You can post comments but you can’t add new cards without an invitation.

Now I see, please send me an invite… Username: randomnoise

Thanks! :)

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randomnoise says

You need to install the greasemonkey plugin (for firefox) or tampermonkey plugin (for chrome).

Then install this userscript: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/141953

...and you’ll see the Dashboard-Plus-Tab in your settings.

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randomnoise says

Try Dashboard Plus…

http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/introducing-dashboard-plus/71870

Check out the advanced statement section. I guess that’s close to what you’re looking for?

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randomnoise says

I think GEMA is one of the more strict and militant societies. It’s actually good that Germany “gets it” and does what is right to protect composers. They know how to shake money out of people to ensure that composers are paid properly. Good for GEMA. What I like about GEMA’s approach is that they seem to take a “you are either all in, or all out” approach and they clearly want music users to be using music that is PRO registered.

Believe me… What may sound like a dream to you is actually a nightmare in reality. What you describe as “militant” is actually more a form of dictatorship. GEMA is on of the most intransparent, undemocratic and unflexible institutions we have here in Germany. And it only cares about the big (I mean BIG) selling artists/authors – for smaller composers it’s simply hell. That’s the reason why not becoming a member there when I started my business years ago was one of the best decisions of my life and also the reason why german authors are right now fighting to found the first real aternative to GEMA, the C3S: https://www.c3s.cc/en/

Anyway – I think the only reason for a confusion here is the fact that GEMA forces their members to register ALL of their work with them. This is why buyers from Germany might think that it might be the same for any author worldwide, not realizing that outside Germany you can be a PRO member but have the freedom to chose which of your tracks you register.

So @ perki2000: It’s all good. And if GEMA really has the balls to bother you, take Gareth’s advice and contact the author directly.

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randomnoise says

Hi, I just noticed some search-related behaviour that I think might be confusing for buyers:

When I search for any term, the system first shows the “Best Match” results.

When I now move from the first page of the “Best Match” results to any following page – and then sort by sales, I don’t get redirected to the FIRST page of the “Sort by Sales” results. Instead I stay on the page number that I had been on…

How does this make sense regarding usability? When I search through several pages of “Best Match” results and don’t find what I want and therefore want to resort the results for my search term, I’d want to start from page one…!

Am I missing something here? Has it always been like this?

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