Could it be from similar items feature at bottom of song item pages?
I’m not too sure if it’s solely down to that, because, for me at least, this is something that has ‘suddenly’ started happening in the last week or so – and the ‘similar items’ feature has been in use for a fair few months now.
Yep, and I can report the same phenomenon happening here too. I’m guessing the Envato guys have twiddled with something or made algorithmic changes to the search, so older tracks make more of an appearance. Who knows. Either way, it’s quite a relief to find these ‘old socks’ again, as TT puts it!
Hey guys, where i can find this “Sales Reversal” section? I can´t see it in my Statement – does it mean that i´m the lucky one not seeing this?
Do you have any screenshots?
All you need to know is on this thread:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/update-dealing-with-reversed-purchases-/96939?page=1
Just to throw yet even more ideas into the hat, please feel free to take a peek at my collections here. I specialize in in the kind of music you mentioned, so maybe there’s something of interest. Thanks!http://audiojungle.net/collections/2417718-dance-electronica
MCDenny saidAhhh, I get it! Yes, that’s actually quite a cool idea. I remember when producer Tony Maserati hung out over on the Gearslutz forum and gave a questions and answers session, with some very valuable information. I even ended up buying his custom Waves plugins as a result!
vaisnava saidNo you do not understand it, they were just guests that visited the site for a day For one day they could be reviewers say, and to answer interesting questions of all members, for example.
I highly doubt world-renowned composers would ever consider selling music at these prices.
Excellent stuff Jameson! Hopefully that extra exposure will pay off!
ps. I still remember you as THE first author to leave a comment on one of my items here when I first joined AJ!
I agree more with LIam. This site is for more small companies and projects, they look for fast and cheap way to get music for their projects, that’s why they buy from here.
Mostly, yes, but not all. I’ve had a handful of production companies buy licenses of my music from AJ that have personally contacted me to inform me of it being aired on national TV and Radio. I could potentially receive royalties for that if my tracks were PRO registered. And then I could invest that extra money back into my business, to improve my product – thus putting higher quality material out onto AJ, for example. I guess the view from the top of the mountain is just a different view from the bottom.
Yeah thats what I’m saying, you can’t collect performance royalties from songs here so there is no point in asking for the cue sheet or even a brief description of how the song is being used
And what I’m saying is that quite a few of us here DO want to collect performance royalties, as you can on most other sites.
To echo what Taco has said, there’s a fair number of us selling here on AJ whereby it’s our full-time job. I’m one of them. And knowing there’s a potential revenue stream, that I can’t access because I upload here, can be pretty frustrating to say the least, as others have also mentioned.
Personally, I just want to hear Envato’s official take on the situation, just so we know where we stand on all of this.