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SubKutz says

Just a bit of research, do you find your full tracks (3 mins plus) sell better than music loops, say 30 second tracks? Or isn’t there really any difference?

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ourben says

I was hoping someone would respond to this, I was eager to see how audio performs…

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JType says

I haven’t particularly noticed a massive difference myself. I think that the sales are probably slightly more in favour of loops. This could be for a number of reasons:

- They are cheaper - They generally provide a seamless and continuous backdrop.

However, as I already mentioned, I personally haven’t noticed any big differences. Also, I tend to upload more loops than full tracks anyways..

I would be interested to hear other’s views on this though.

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ulfben says

As a buyer I find loops (>1 min long) vastly more useful than non-looping tracks.

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jladuke says

I think I’ve found that loops sell a bit more, but I think that is skewed since I have few full tracks up.

http://audiojungle.net/user/jladuke/portfolio

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