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how can action be taken on this? I told a drummer to make a drum track and he did I paid him. now im listening back to the drum tracks he’s done to me and want them to be tweaked but he’s refusing to make drum tracks that I like unless I pay him. I told him in the agreement that I was looking for a drum track that im satisfied with and now he’s taking advantage of the situation

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That’s not nearly enough information to go by.

Why did you accept the order before you checked it? Does the order offer revisions? If not, then Sellers have the right to charge for extra services requested. If so, then does the Seller have anything in their gig page about what does or does not qualify as a revision? Is this a live-session drummer, or is it a purely digital drum track?

If the order was completed to the ORIGINAL specifications and gig description, then you should pay if you want additional work done. YOU marked the order as complete. The contract was fulfilled.

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I did read your reply @izaakmccullough just before you withdrew it.

It sounds to me that you changed your mind after accepting the order that you said you liked at first but then decided you didn’t.

That’s not fair to the Seller.

Changing your mind after the fact should result in you placing a new order and being fair about what you expect and what you like.

Just my two cents.

Good luck.

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in the order I said I wanted a drum track I liked. that’s what we agreed on. I liked it at first so accepted the order. but days later I realised I didn’t like the drum tracks there needed to be tweaks done to it and he said that he wouldn’t make new drum tracks unless I paid him.

Ah, so this was a session drummer? (Assuming based on the “wouldn’t make new drum tracks” part.) If, indeed, what you are asking the Seller to do is and/or requires brand new work to be done from scratch, then of course it should be considered a new order.

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