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Salight said

Baszz, posted comment to you.
My track - http://audiojungle.net/item/catch-a-butterfly/9383385

Salight, commented on your track, good work, you can`t hear such music as yours everyday at AJ (consider this as a compliment) :slight_smile:

My track: http://audiojungle.net/item/motivation/9702480

Hi! My track - http://audiojungle.net/item/best-day/9715930 !

Hi there!

Fokshtein, please give a comment to my track, but only if you like it. :wink:

Salight said

Fokshtein, please give a comment to my track, but only if you like it. :wink:

Posted a comment. :slight_smile:

PLAYSTARZ said

Hi! My track - http://audiojungle.net/item/best-day/9715930 !

PLAYSTARZ, just commented on your track - good job! :slight_smile:

My track: http://audiojungle.net/item/motivation/9702480

Fokshtein said

Hi there!

Hi Fokshtein, commented on your work, mate, you made a great track :slight_smile:

My one: http://audiojungle.net/item/motivation/9702480

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So nobody wants so exchange more? :slight_smile:

I’ll play, but just uploaded 2 new tracks and waiting for approval. Give me a link to your track. I will listen now. :slight_smile:

OK, Here, check this bad boy out: http://audiojungle.net/item/heliocentrism/9314204

:slight_smile:

Biome_Digital, I wrote you a comment.

Here is my track: http://audiojungle.net/item/inspiration/9994136

Salight said

Biome_Digital, I wrote you a comment.

Here is my track: http://audiojungle.net/item/inspiration/9994136

Thank you for listening. I just commented on a different track of yours. The dubstep one. Sounds great. :wink:

Biome_Digital said

OK, Here, check this bad boy out: http://audiojungle.net/item/heliocentrism/9314204

:slight_smile:

Dude, I`ve really enjoyed listening to this track. You should better send it to huge EDM labels, it may work really good :wink:

My little track: http://audiojungle.net/item/successful-trendy-groove/9304783

Salight said

Biome_Digital, I wrote you a comment.

Here is my track: http://audiojungle.net/item/inspiration/9994136

Very decent work, I would forecast a lot of sales on this one, as it is very quality work and beautiful!

AudioTrend said
Biome_Digital said

OK, Here, check this bad boy out: http://audiojungle.net/item/heliocentrism/9314204

:slight_smile:

Dude, I`ve really enjoyed listening to this track. You should better send it to huge EDM labels, it may work really good :wink:

My little track: http://audiojungle.net/item/successful-trendy-groove/9304783

Hi, Thank you. Other people have said the same. Truth is, unless you want to gig, there is no money in signing to EDM labels. I have been in the music business for some years and released in many genres and I have seen the whole system deteriorate since vinyl days. Piracy is only a small problem though.

You know why? Everyone is a “producer” these days. lol, That’s the real problem. People are only interested in selling their music, not buying other peoples.

I am talking about selling on itunes, beatport etc… Music for licensing/stock music etc… is a big difference though. :slight_smile:

But this isn’t a rant, just some reality. I am very optimistic for my music for licensing and the best is to come. I have spent all December creating orchestral & trailer music. Got 7 big tracks to up load this month.

:smiley:

Biome_Digital said
AudioTrend said
Biome_Digital said

OK, Here, check this bad boy out: http://audiojungle.net/item/heliocentrism/9314204

:slight_smile:

Dude, I`ve really enjoyed listening to this track. You should better send it to huge EDM labels, it may work really good :wink:

My little track: http://audiojungle.net/item/successful-trendy-groove/9304783

Hi, Thank you. Other people have said the same. Truth is, unless you want to gig, there is no money in signing to EDM labels. I have been in the music business for some years and released in many genres and I have seen the whole system deteriorate since vinyl days. Piracy is only a small problem though.

You know why? Everyone is a “producer” these days. lol, That’s the real problem. People are only interested in selling their music, not buying other peoples.

I am talking about selling on itunes, beatport etc… Music for licensing/stock music etc… is a big difference though. :slight_smile:

But this isn’t a rant, just some reality. I am very optimistic for my music for licensing and the best is to come. I have spent all December creating orchestral & trailer music. Got 7 big tracks to up load this month.

:smiley:

Im happy that you tuned positively, this is very important. But, what about labels such as Armada (and sub-labels), Revealed, Protocol. They wont release "everyone is producers" music, right. So if you have a really quality material, why dont you try to release on such a big label who have a huge audience and who can really sell. Sure, most of labes, maybe more than 90% will not sell and distribute at all, cause they just doing nothing. Tell me if I`m wrong about that?

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AudioTrend said
Biome_Digital said
AudioTrend said
Biome_Digital said

OK, Here, check this bad boy out: http://audiojungle.net/item/heliocentrism/9314204

:slight_smile:

Dude, I`ve really enjoyed listening to this track. You should better send it to huge EDM labels, it may work really good :wink:

My little track: http://audiojungle.net/item/successful-trendy-groove/9304783

Hi, Thank you. Other people have said the same. Truth is, unless you want to gig, there is no money in signing to EDM labels. I have been in the music business for some years and released in many genres and I have seen the whole system deteriorate since vinyl days. Piracy is only a small problem though.

You know why? Everyone is a “producer” these days. lol, That’s the real problem. People are only interested in selling their music, not buying other peoples.

I am talking about selling on itunes, beatport etc… Music for licensing/stock music etc… is a big difference though. :slight_smile:

But this isn’t a rant, just some reality. I am very optimistic for my music for licensing and the best is to come. I have spent all December creating orchestral & trailer music. Got 7 big tracks to up load this month.

:smiley:

I`m happy that you tuned positively, this is very important.

Gotta agree with that. It seems people on audio jungle are into the Law of At… Well, you know! :wink: lol

One thing to consider: I remember a “big name producer” Grammy nominated I think too, disclosing his royalty payment from the sale of a whole album! It was ridiculous. He decided to give away his music for free because people were just not paying for it.

Now this producer gigs and gets a tone of money from it I am sure. But from sales of the songs? Not according to him.

Show me a music producer releasing on the labels you mention that is not Djing too? This is the reason my there are so many bad DJ’s and these ‘stars’ don’t know how to mix. Because they are producers/not dj’s but have to do it for the money. We all need an income. I was djing on vinyl since I was 10 years old and cutting up tapes before that so I know what real mixing is. lol :smiley:

But lets not get negative. This is only my experience over the last 20 years. Like I say, I am very positive about licensing my music. I had a broadcast licence sold just before Christmas. That’s given me a taste of what’s to come! :smiley:

Biome_Digital said
AudioTrend said
Biome_Digital said
AudioTrend said
Biome_Digital said

OK, Here, check this bad boy out: http://audiojungle.net/item/heliocentrism/9314204

:slight_smile:

Dude, I`ve really enjoyed listening to this track. You should better send it to huge EDM labels, it may work really good :wink:

My little track: http://audiojungle.net/item/successful-trendy-groove/9304783

Hi, Thank you. Other people have said the same. Truth is, unless you want to gig, there is no money in signing to EDM labels. I have been in the music business for some years and released in many genres and I have seen the whole system deteriorate since vinyl days. Piracy is only a small problem though.

You know why? Everyone is a “producer” these days. lol, That’s the real problem. People are only interested in selling their music, not buying other peoples.

I am talking about selling on itunes, beatport etc… Music for licensing/stock music etc… is a big difference though. :slight_smile:

But this isn’t a rant, just some reality. I am very optimistic for my music for licensing and the best is to come. I have spent all December creating orchestral & trailer music. Got 7 big tracks to up load this month.

:smiley:

I`m happy that you tuned positively, this is very important.

Gotta agree with that. It seems people on audio jungle are into the Law of At… Well, you know! :wink: lol

One thing to consider: I remember a “big name producer” Grammy nominated I think too, disclosing his royalty payment from the sale of a whole album! It was ridiculous. He decided to give away his music for free because people were just not paying for it.

Now this producer gigs and gets a tone of money from it I am sure. But from sales of the songs? Not according to him.

Show me a music producer releasing on the labels you mention that is not Djing too? This is the reason my there are so many bad DJ’s and these ‘stars’ don’t know how to mix. Because they are producers/not dj’s but have to do it for the money. We all need an income. I was djing on vinyl since I was 10 years old and cutting up tapes before that so I know what real mixing is. lol :smiley:

But lets not get negative. This is only my experience over the last 20 years. Like I say, I am very positive about licensing my music. I had a broadcast licence sold just before Christmas. That’s given me a taste of what’s to come! :smiley:

Of course, it is great that youre defined about your way :) Actually, I dont hope much on labels, Im just sending them my last Prog house material from times to times, but do not expecting much. Sure I will have to learn DJ gear and process if my track will be accepted by big label, so Im ready for this! :slight_smile: It is cool that you can do DJ work, it is I thing a good advantage for you.

I`ve just decided to send “background music by nature” to Audiojungle and other stock sites. And send dance music to dance labels. But probably I will change my approach with time.

Amazing that you had such a nice sale! You can really make your living with Broadcast licenses! Wish you more of these :slight_smile:

Thanks! But to clarify the Djing thing, I do not and do not want to DJ now (I have kids now) and haven’t for some time. If I did, I would be sending tracks to big labels. :slight_smile:

Good luck with it anyway. I like the saying: A Winner never quits; A quitter never Wins. Sometimes changing directions and focus isn’t quitting though.

Hey guys, the thread is still alive and actual! So if you want to recieve and give comments, let`s go! :slight_smile: