make sure you keep the writers share. Otherwise, your out potential thousands of dollars. NEVER sell a track outright without keeping your writers.
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Ahh! ok. Got it. thanks for the info
BCrutchfield saidThat’s exactly what I was trying to say. Thanks for translating BCrutchfield
What guitarstate was trying to say is this (I think).
AJ files used to display with their highest price shown, say $16 for a 2+ minute file. This price also included the $2 surcharge for not using prepaid credit. The very same files now display as $14, with the $2 surcharge listed in fine print below the purchase window.
If its not that, then something might be messed up.
I have a short cue called ragtime. It used to sell for six and now it sells for four dollars. Since support has not gotten back to me about my other price decrease I am posting again here. Now, I’m wondering if this has benn happening with other items as well and I just didn’t catch it.
An explanation would be greatly appreciated.
One of my items went from $15 to $13. it’s a sfx pack. can someone tell me why?
here is the item in question:http://audiojungle.net/item/crisp-tech-ui-sound-kit-volume-2/593104
yup. It’s the main reason why I don’t add anything substantial here. Of course, things like reality tv can be gratis anyway because there is backend but truly, there needs to be a third licensing term for broadcast period.
Even now, you can take any cue you have here and create a derivative title and register is with ascap. It’s the law of the land. Audio Jungle could do the same thing but they prob don’t want to deal with the hassle.
I know if someone approached me on here for a broadcast cue i would totally give it away free to them under a different title because there is just so much more money involved… unless it’s local television.
It’s not being shady, it’s just the reality of the music business as it is today.
thus, if it’s local television, price could be higher.
national television? re-title and offer to give it away.
huh. that kind of sucks. but thanks for pointing this out to me before I made a big mistake and registered my music with ASCAP . I definitely didn’t mean to make a fool of myself – I spent a lot of time looking around this site for audio jungle’s stance on PROs – I guess I didn’t look in the right place! thanks for setting me straight
I only put the stuff that is not going to go on tv on here
hay, thank you all!