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guitarsstate
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I put both. Sure, everyone can convert wav to mp3, but why bother :) When there are both mp3 and wav in the zip file, the buyers get more for their money and save time…

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Cryonics
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Do you think buyers are put off by only including the MP3 ? If so, I have wasted 10 months, because of my own stupidity :-( Thinking about it now I have no idea why I have not included the wave file as well as the MP3 . I have 5 tracks in the que for approval, do you think I should take them down and put the wave file with them and re-upload them to the que?

I think you should wait until they will approve … and then just update mp3 and add wav file!

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ClassRecords
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Cool, I started this thread 7 months ago and now it came back :-)

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StudioEtude
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Cool, I started this thread 7 months ago and now it came back :-)
Everything new is a long-forgotten old)) I always put in the archives, and mp 3 and waw
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chatblanc
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Both of them. In the mp3 version i add some tags (name, authors, bpm etc.)

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joesacco
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Do you think buyers are put off by only including the MP3 ? If so, I have wasted 10 months, because of my own stupidity :-( Thinking about it now I have no idea why I have not included the wave file as well as the MP3 . I have 5 tracks in the que for approval, do you think I should take them down and put the wave file with them and re-upload them to the que?

Wait until they go up, then edit them, add the wav and send message to reviewer…

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reubenchng
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All the while I put both. Doesn’t hurt to put both. Then put a variation of your music. Buyers likes them

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GBREAL
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I include wav and mp3.

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KelMusic
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I put both too!!!

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MagnetStudios
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Okay so all my new stuff now goes up with WAV files included as well as mp3’s. The next question I want to ask is; are we allowed/should I included the WAV files for each track dry and each track mixed with FX and EQ? My reasoning is this, a buyer may hear something they like in a piece but are put off by some of the other instruments/phrases etc. Given the option to pull out a single phrase or instrument or track they may just be tempted because of the freedom it gives them when putting the music to their project.

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