Hello AJ staff, I recently found an old TRAX song of mine being used in someones project and their license .txt document specifies “Personal License”, but I wish you had outlined the terms of it there for them to read any given day. I know TRAX is dust now, so the point is moot, but this may help with any confusion in the future if they can read the details of their license terms within their license .txt.
Sorry if what I wrote was redundant…
Just try to name it whatever you like… the Reviewers will let you know.
As simple as the title:
Can people use “Standard Licenses” in YouTube videos that make profit? Like the advertising and pay per click thingy.
I understand this topic, because I see sound more than I hear it. It may sound weird, but all I see is colors, shapes, patterns, volume, height, etc. That is what has made music interesting to me since I was a young kid… Just endless colors and patterns streaming through my head.
Hopefully the one I will get to make some day (my dream)
But for now… Last of the Mohicans, and probably Hackers.
I highly doubt world-renowned composers would ever consider selling music at these prices.
Enigma, Orbital, The Orb
I used to put a limiter, but it adds a considerable amount of latency…
I sacrifice a hamster to appease the sales Gods.
haha, yes… specifically why I said “classy strip club”
Nothing classy about it…