Hey, well done. Great music. Congratulations!
Well done!!! In my first six months, $25-50 a month was gas money or a nice dinner. Once you get a decent size portfolio with some diversity, the monthly deposits actual become income. Congratulations. May you have continue to have success in the future.
thesensercomplex saidIt IS a really a nice surprise, especially when I read threads about authors contemplating deleting old tracks. I guess its damn if you do, and damn if you don’t type thing. There is absolutely no predictability to why/when tracks sell, and whether “bundles” affect sales or not. Definitely has been one of the better sales months. Bundles be damn!
far the best month ever, and it was already on 17th… (i mean more earnings than any other month already and still some days left!) .
And exactly the same experience: Suddenly I start selling the old items again!! What a nice surprise!
I love hearing first sale notices. Congratulations! Continued success.
So far I’m having a great April in terms of sales. I’ve noticed that roughly around 80% of the tracks sold are older than six months on AudioJungle. I’m totally loving’ it! Has anyone else noticed this?
Nice. Mine is essentially the same thing but with an audio interface and iMac. Well done!
HaHa. I posted this same question a year or so back. I currently have 112 unfinished tracks in various state of completion… or non-completion. I call it my “crap bin”. Very few tracks ever survived this folder once placed in. However, I have a very hard time dragging that folder in the trash and hitting the delete button. So it just takes up hard drive space :/ Cheers!
I’ve read post like this before where authors say they’ve sold tracks that were rejected on AudioJungle, but not put a link to the track where it has supposedly sold. Lets have some proof, and let us determine for ourselves whether it is market viable. Could be a good learning experience for all
Great job. My goal also was to get at least 100 tracks uploaded. Basically enough to get a well rounded portfolio for exposure. From there its maintenance and further uploading. Wishing you the best and hitting 100 soon. Cheers!