Makes sense for Music anyway.
Soo many of these instruction pages :/ , every time I search for something, I keep finding at least 2 different pages that explain the same thing. This article is so deep deep in there…. Home > Knowledgebase > Authoring Requirements > AudioJungle > General File Preparation Guidelines
Good article though, but why does it have so many bad votes . Maybe it’s because it’s so hard to find .
I know each file of the pack has to be first uploaded as a stand-alone file.
No no no , you can upload a Pack first. Your choice. I think At least I’ve seen Sound Packs with no links to previously uploaded individual files…. But it’s always desirable to later upload the songs individually in case the customer only fancies one song.
Although the best case would be to firstly upload the songs individually, let them be heard, and when they get buried under all the new AJ uploads, you can kinda revive those tracks of yours by uploading a Pack , that would of course have the links to the individual files. It’s good cross promotion.
And yes eXodos, the “main file” is the zip file that contains all your songs. And as I see you have lots of house music, so I’m guessing you’ll be uploading a pack of House songs, so name it something that suggests it has House music in it . Like “House Pack” ... I’m pretty unimaginative You can try and make it a bit more catchy.
You play the quiz for 12 days.
Yeah it creates one large line of tags and sees it as a 1 tag. But when I click the little x on the end of that big hybrid tag, it splits them perfectly.
Is there any way of you having a slightest recollection of the author’s name ? .... Some words that come to mind :/ ....
Logos are downloadable too.
Hmm….I never tried any sound design….Kind of a challenge…..But I might try it, ‘cause it’s not long…
Hmm, you two just might have spared me some Hz-cutting and re-uploading =). I’ll leave it be for now.
You’re pretty analytical (just like me hah) , judging by your text you’re slowly getting the hang of it so you don’t really need any help, you’ll figure it all out in time.
- Yes the reviewers don’t like variations of the same sound being submitted separately. Learn that and remember it =). If you have variations of a car engine/refrigerator, 3 short sounds – I find it correct to upload one sumbission as “Refrigerator (3 variations)” , and if your have about 10 sounds, then submit it to the Packs as “Refrigerator Pack” . But whether it’s variations or a pack, people still like to hear the difference. Having 10 sounds of the same refrigerator recorded with 10 different mics from 10 different positions …. that’s a bit too much, the basic idea of the sound is the same – it’s a refrigerator. A person would basically go through the sounds thinking “What the hell is this ..it’s all the same”.
I don’t think there’s a big market for sounds with such slight differences. I find it (but maybe I’m wrong) that people come here for definite sounds, and audible variations : “door open, door close, door slam, door creak”
“door open_Rode, door open_Sennheiser, door open_AKG”
And expect more inconsistencies in their criteria in the future. You’ll always see items that are not allowed, but yet they have been approved. Too many submissions – lots of place for errors on the reviewers’ side. When you finally start getting approved, as time passes you’‘ll start getting more and more certain that your submissions will be approved. You learn what sells, and what sells – the reviewers always approve.