I notice authors are changing the names of their tracks quite a bit - probably for search benefit, etc. I have been hesitant to do so because I register my tracks with a PRO and I have a US Copyright for each track. I’m not sure why, but I thought changing names here would confuse the process of finding those tracks in the respective databases. For those who have gone through this, how do you manage this so tracks can be found in these large databases? Thanks for any tips and insights!
Hi! I’m joining P.R.O. next month,and I’m preparing my tracks for that now. Some tracks have names like “Latin Kitchen” or “Kick Clap Snap” and that’s fine. But I’m gonna give the “Corporate inspirational motivational pop blahblah…” tracks unique name for PRO and AdRev purposes. I’m renaming my tracks in zip folders this way: “Love Is Found (Romantic Inspirational Orchestra)” . That way I have both unique title and audiojungle title there. I think you can submit your tracks to PRO this way, I’m not sure about that but I don’t think it’s a problem. Instruct your customers to report songs with unique name of the track, and audiojungle name doesn’t matter. I’m using the same thing for AdRev, so their staff can easily find my track when customer uploads envato invoice to clear notices. I also opened this topic before: Audiojungle song titles - invoice suggestion
Thanks for your reply @WaveToys. I think you have a good strategy that should work prior to registering your tracks. And I support your idea for the AJ Song Titles Invoice Option.- that is a great idea . I’m also trying to get my head around how to approach these changes on a large number of tracks that are already with copyright and registered with a P.R.O. This is the kind of stuff that un-inspires me. Thanks again!
In Polish PRO you can register few names of the same track