When I type “cinema” in the search field on AJ, it comes up with a relevance list, what surprised me was that the song which came to the top didn’t have any words or tags matching “cinema” ?
Could be you misspelled it? Here are my results: http://audiojungle.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=cinema
When someone posts unfunny gifs in ‘Let’s share funny GIF animations’ thread:
What I did with my hip hop track was removing it from the portfolio after a year without sales.
If I was to remove a track from audiojungle and place it elsewhere where I needed to also have it registered with my PRO (ASCAP) what are the complications or legalities of that if it had already been selling here on audiojungle. I wonder if it is only an issue if it has had extended license sales. Anybody have experience with this type of situation?
Any license issued before registering with PRO has to be respected. You should notify your PRO before registering a track that it has already been licensed to some projects.
The reviewer is right, it’s too similar to be sold as 2 different tracks. I wonder, how after a month did he remember the track though? Obviously it made an impression on him. Well, now without a shadow of doubt you can add keywords like ‘memorable and ‘unforgettable’ to the description