COROT-7b saidThere is no secret and no conspiracy, just look at the titles of any author and check the number of sales.
Experienced veterans silent as fish)) yeah… who wants to give their secrets.
I personally, think that title can contain a keyword or tag, but not necessary, even the search system works on titles first, but to give your music name like “Motivational Success Upbeat Ukulele Business Corporate” :)) ....For me, it is no I don’t care if it will bring 2-3 more sales.
I recorded those sounds a 2.5 years ago in my friend’s carpentry, so you guys, have fun with this Kontakt 5
sound sample here:
I am using Fostex FR2-LE, works well for me, I recorded also quiet sounds with this recorder, using dynamic mic. I think noise will be in every recorder , specially when you use phantom power. I also tried Zoom H4, H6, but Fostex is the one I would record quiet and more “small” sounds. But I like Zooms because of their size and “fast” use Hope it helps you to make decision.
Saw this post now, read the comments and thought about the topic. In global I agree that we need broadcast license separated from the regular one.
I also was noticed and asked by some agency to fill and sign agreement for using one of my tracks from AJ on advertising in US, but I didn’t signed for $17.
In my country there is a law that says that composers don’t get royalties from advertisements, but only from placing music in TV shows, or other TV broadcast. The agencies usually go to “boutique” and closed libraries and pay for music track from $500 to $1000 maximum per year (the price depends on how many TV channels and if it is including internet or not).
So, I hope and believe that Envato stuff will consider our request. I don’t think there is need to be complex broadcast license, but something with high fixed price for broadcast. If any from stuff want to contact me, I am happy to help and give links to the license samples.
Thanks for that
Hey, guys. Just wanted to say something about rejections: there is no even 1 royalty free music site that I was working with or / and “closed” boutique libraries that gives you some explanation when you submit your files, their answer is “Yes” or “No”.
No one has to explain why music is accepted or rejected. It is composer’s responsibility to figure out why.