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kwyatt242
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Hey guys - I have a edit due that uses the below preview and I can’t find the actual track on audiojungle (a couple months have passed). As you can image, I’m a little panicked. My fault for not purchasing it then and there, but I wanted to wait for client approval.

I think I mislabeled my audio preview and called it ‘space’ which I think is a clue. Problem is, there are thousands of tracks on AudioJungle with the word ‘space’ in them. And to top it off, my browsing history does not go back far enough to pinpoint where I was when I got it. . If there was ID3 info on the file, I would be home free – no such luck.

ANYWAY – Could someone please help a poor lost soul? Here is the track - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqGbqJM6qdc&feature=youtu.be

Thanks in advance. Deep breath… Kent

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bodorobodo
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I just have three hints for you.

1. Post this question in Item Request
2. Look in House, Drum&Bass, Breakbeat
3. Use the Date algorithm for searching, start back from the period you found it.

Good Luck !
Bogdan :)

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NenadSimic
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Well honestly I thought it sounded like something dejans or monophonicspace could have made, so I browsed through their portfolios ‘cause I’ve been meaning to check out all their stuff, but no luck :/ .

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kwyatt242
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Oops… Yeh, I should have posted in ‘item request’. Hmm, not sure how to move this post – I’d hate to double post this on the same site.

Thanks for your reply guys – anyone else have clues?

Kent

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scoringaudiogeeks
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You could refine search by tempo or song length though search engine isn’t yet the most efficient :(

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matsteiner
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You could refine search by tempo or song length though search engine isn’t yet the most efficient :(
good idea!! Too bad i don’t know the track either?!
But the tempo in this youtube video is not always the same, but the average is 126bpm, just in case you couldn’t measure it yourself. So better search with 125 + 127 too, if you don’t find it with 126bpm… and you can pray that this author entered the appropriate tempo in the field …
which you good luck! Mat

(if it’s really not around anymore i can make a similar one if you like…but i’d rather be sure and i wouldn’t copy it anyway….just similar style!)
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kwyatt242
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Thanks Matsteiner. Others have suggested these specialized searches.

But where in Audio jungle is this even possible? It looks like all I can do is search for ‘titles’. When I type in 126 it just gets confused.

Am I missing something?

Thanks

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kwyatt242
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Ah… nevermind – should have tried harder.

BPM:126 does it. But still no dice.

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Even better.

I typed this in as a URL - http://audiojungle.net/browse/attributes/bpm/126

then I tried

http://audiojungle.net/browse/attributes/length/3:11

I’m starting to wonder if this track was taken offline… Geez I hope not.

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