When You see bad quality file which sells pretty good:
wingzara saidI think that Your reply is in the wrong thread…
Just so you guys know – Optus is one of the top two communications companies here in Australia and the presenter is a comedian who is known nationally. This means this ad was probably done by a Top 5 agency.
Nice to know they shop here but, if you check the production music rates here, you would see how cheaply they got this music.It was nice to see a music credit on the clip.
Recently I’ve found that one of my tracks was used for one Youtube video that has A LOT OF views, BUT video author is using preview file with watermark – so, I think that he hasn’t bought licence. (Of course it could be that they bought licence, but just screwed something up and used preview version, but I don’t think so…)
I’ve already sent them message, but there is no reply.
Maybe someone can tell me what should I do with this situation? What are the options and what is the best way for authors like us to receive something that we earned?
Thanks!P.S. Video with my music is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NgeMGKW3Ec
almost 400,000 views…
My reaction when gas has becomes cheaper for 0.01$
I don’t know…everytime when I am testing search engine, it always shows me tracks that has my tag worn in item name. If I search “extreme”, than I see all tracks that has word “extreme” in it’s title. I don’t really see a point of selecting proper tags for my track. I think it’s better to add tags in item title. But I hate to name my tracks like “corporate rock” or “extreme alternative rock”...