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IFT_FILMS
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After spending nearly the best part on an hour to find the right music to my film, I’m just writing this to remind the Audiojungle that this website is perfect, has a lot of music to offer, but unfortunately it takes forever to find the right songs. If I had a list of priorities, improving the search engine of this site would be definitely on top. It takes forever and many times we have to post an item request, which is great but sometimes not practical. Please consider this message for your list of future improvements. Thank you.

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Twisterium
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Hi IFT _FILMS!. I’m absolutely agree with you. And really hope Envato developers will noticed your message. This question is being discussed for a long time. Thanks for a call.

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LucaFormicola
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You know what, what you think should be improved? I mean, once you write a keyword, for example “fear”, once you restrict all the “fear” songs to the genre you need, you only have to listen to them..

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IFT_FILMS
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“Fear” is a very strict topic. Try typing “industry” or “happy”.

Here go a few suggestions:

- a much more thorough separation of music genres and introduction of new ones (songs with ukelele and mallets should be separated urgently since they’re appearing all over the place; the ability to know if the song was recorded only with synthesized instruments or with real ones, etc.)

- ability to sort files by duration

- the ability to sort files by bpm

- search of files with strict combinations of heywords, like “fear + trance + emotional”

- being able to find an author by name in the search box (if you type his name you won’t find him)

- a more effective “similar music” feature

I can’t remember, but I’m sure there are more suggestions I could make. Thank you!

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SoundFix
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“Fear” is a very strict topic. Try typing “industry” or “happy”.

Here go a few suggestions:

- a much more thorough separation of music genres and introduction of new ones (songs with ukelele and mallets should be separated urgently since they’re appearing all over the place; the ability to know if the song was recorded only with synthesized instruments or with real ones, etc.)

- ability to sort files by duration

- the ability to sort files by bpm

- search of files with strict combinations of heywords, like “fear + trance + emotional”

- being able to find an author by name in the search box (if you type his name you won’t find him)

- a more effective “similar music” feature

I can’t remember, but I’m sure there are more suggestions I could make. Thank you!

Great suggestions, especially the name one, I would love to be able to type an authors name and just find them easily without searching through tracks etc

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bosone
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i agree with you, since i also suggested filtering files by duration in the past but the message got no answer! filtering by BPM is also a nice idea… btw I never fill that infomration… damn! :)

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simaudio
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“Fear” is a very strict topic. Try typing “industry” or “happy”.

Here go a few suggestions:

- a much more thorough separation of music genres and introduction of new ones (songs with ukelele and mallets should be separated urgently since they’re appearing all over the place; the ability to know if the song was recorded only with synthesized instruments or with real ones, etc.)

- ability to sort files by duration

- the ability to sort files by bpm

- search of files with strict combinations of heywords, like “fear + trance + emotional”

- being able to find an author by name in the search box (if you type his name you won’t find him)

- a more effective “similar music” feature

I can’t remember, but I’m sure there are more suggestions I could make. Thank you!

I agree and this topic has been discussed many times.

If it’s of any help you can search duration by simply adding (for example 2:10) in the search box and it will come up with some results but I’ve found by doing this it mainly comes up with tracks in music packs, this is because the duration time has to be added in the track description, how accurate this really is I’m not sure, it does work to some degree.

As for the similar items….well they are not really similar at all, only by tag and title, not musically.

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AudioAgent
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“Fear” is a very strict topic. Try typing “industry” or “happy”.

Here go a few suggestions:

- a much more thorough separation of music genres and introduction of new ones (songs with ukelele and mallets should be separated urgently since they’re appearing all over the place; the ability to know if the song was recorded only with synthesized instruments or with real ones, etc.)

- ability to sort files by duration

- the ability to sort files by bpm

- search of files with strict combinations of heywords, like “fear + trance + emotional”

- being able to find an author by name in the search box (if you type his name you won’t find him)

- a more effective “similar music” feature

I can’t remember, but I’m sure there are more suggestions I could make. Thank you!

+1

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Sonicbyte
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+1

Also search by instrument could be useful (piano, guitar, etc)


“Fear” is a very strict topic. Try typing “industry” or “happy”.

Here go a few suggestions:

- a much more thorough separation of music genres and introduction of new ones (songs with ukelele and mallets should be separated urgently since they’re appearing all over the place; the ability to know if the song was recorded only with synthesized instruments or with real ones, etc.)

- ability to sort files by duration

- the ability to sort files by bpm

- search of files with strict combinations of heywords, like “fear + trance + emotional”

- being able to find an author by name in the search box (if you type his name you won’t find him)

- a more effective “similar music” feature

I can’t remember, but I’m sure there are more suggestions I could make. Thank you!
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SchwartzSound
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+1 Also search by instrument could be useful (piano, guitar, etc)

Technically as long as authors have included the instrumentation in the item description and/or keywords (many do) you can already easily search by instrument.

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