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  • #32624 Reply

    LauriKoivisto
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    Hi, if I have full version of a piece on Tunesat, would you recommend putting all the alt versions there aswell? There’s not usually any new stuff on those versions, just exported different parts of the full versions.

    Thanks,
    Lauri

    #32625 Reply

    Composer Of Notes
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    It’s probably not necessary, but if you’re allowed to upload that much, then you should. I mean only if it doesn’t cost more. I thought it was by the track, so putting up alts would cost too much, most would upload more works.

    #32626 Reply

    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    if I have full version of a piece on Tunesat, would you recommend putting all the alt versions there aswell?

    I generally do as a full, bed and DnB would have different digital fingerprints.

    #32629 Reply

    BrianMcGravey
    Participant

    I still have the free tunesat account and lately I’ve been doing all of the versions within 1 file. So: main, bed, narrative etc. all as part of the same file. Then if there is a detection I just listen for which version it was. Usually it is no problem to fit in 3-4 edits with tunesat’s allotted file size.

    #32630 Reply

    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    lately I’ve been doing all of the versions within 1 file. So: main, bed, narrative etc

    Interesting idea.

    #32658 Reply

    RMcGravey90
    Participant

    Does anyone know if there is an online equivalent to tunesat? Something that detects online use without using Content ID?

    #32664 Reply

    UpFromTheSkies
    Participant

    2nd on jamming all versions into one file. Much more cost effective!

    #33008 Reply

    SasterN

    I tried this just a couple of days ago but now I don´t get any detections anymore.

    Now I don´t know if i don´t HAVE any detections or if it doesn´t work because I use all alternative mixes in one track (which makes the track up to 10min long).
    Anyone experienced the same issue?

    #33009 Reply

    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    Now I don´t know if i don´t HAVE any detections or if it doesn´t work because I use all alternative mixes in one track (which makes the track up to 10min long).

    I would think all mixes in one file would create a different digital fingerprint than one mix in a file. Just a guess as I have never tried it.

    #33012 Reply

    StevenOBrien
    Participant

    2nd on jamming all versions into one file. Much more cost effective

    I wonder if you could jam every single track in your catalogue into one giant file. 🙂

    I would think all mixes in one file would create a different digital fingerprint than one mix in a file. Just a guess as I have never tried it.

    I’d assume they split the file up into tiny sections and fingerprint those, because you have to be able to detect partial uses

    #33019 Reply

    SasterN

    Yes I agree, sometimes only 7 seconds of a song get used. So what would be the difference between a 2min or a 10min “medley track” with all alternative mixes for being detected by Tunesat?

    But still it is not working. Usually I have 1-3 detections a day. Since I made “medley tracks” I haven´t received one single detections (5 days went by since then).

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