Hello, i really don’t understand how prices items are fixed ? is it only based on duration ? it’s really not very logical.
A song with 2 or 3 loops may be more valued than a song that last more than 2mns, just looping and looping… and the quality of the production should be important also… Real instruments.. Good samples..
What do you think ?
Your proposition is clear, but I think there is no reason always rush for increasing your item’s price. Remember that many buyers often seek for not expensive tracks. For some people 3 dollars per item are important. And for example if my track is 02:02 minutes length I will definitely cut 3 seconds to decrease the price.
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A song with 2 or 3 loops may be more valued than a song that last more than 2mns, just looping and looping…
That’s not correct, an item that loops over without variation is either soft rejected while the single loop is asked for, or only priced as the single loop’s length. If you notice any errors in this, please report them and we will gladly make the correction after evaluation. Thanks
Yeah i understand that… But what i mean is that even with the same length some tunes have more quality than others, and it seems that no matter what is in the tune, if they have the same length it’s the same price..
i understand also it’s very difficult to judge if a tune is better than an other, it can be very subjective.. So maybe it’s a choice Envato made to keep it simple…
I’m pretty sure it’s:
< 30 sec = 5 or 6 dollars < 1 minute = 8 dollars < 2 minute = 11 dollars >2 minutes = 14 dollars
Packs = 35$
And 10 pieces of 10 secs= 25$
....and I always thought the reviewer counts the notes… ! (and I made very nervous music to earn more)