No friend, you can’t. However, you can always submit the track to be the free file of the month which will get you more exposure
Well done my friend, you’re awesome
I always thought that AJ is for a bit of a loosers like the most of us who couldn’t made it in real life.
If you are really accomplished then I suggest you to ditch the idea of AJ, AJ is not worth it. It gives quite a small effect for music that is hardly creative in most cases.AJ is not for real artists.
I see the English dictionary has been redefined again.
If by “loser” you mean:
1.) Having your music played and recognized around the world
2.) Getting great exposure to countless music supervisors, producers, directors, editors, labels and other music industry professionals, some of which now hire you outside of AudioJungle for top paying world class jobs
3.) Being able to start your own production company, choose your own hours and be your own boss for life
4.) A six figure annual passive income from AJ alone….
I will admit, Tim McMorris is clearly one of the biggest LOSERS ever!!
Come on man, what an insult to the extremely talented very hard working authors here. There are quite literally some world class musicians, composers and producers right here on this site. The Royalty Free business (here we go again) is not always about showcasing your best work but understanding what the industry is looking for and creating it. Sometimes the two worlds meet, but most of the time they don’t.
Your generalization that AJ is for losers is absurd, even if you included yourself in that group.
The reality is that AJ is for forward thinking musical entrepreneurs who are, in my opinion, ahead of the rest of the world considering where the music industry is headed…. and they will be the greatest benefactors of what is to come in the future years because of the time they have put in now.
I think your off to a good start however I believe the reason the track was rejected was for it’s overall simplicity in repetition or non development as StudioEtude alluded to. Ultimately this leads to a lack of commercial appeal compared to what is already selling well on the site.
AudioJungle has recently raised it’s quality standards significantly. Unfortunately this make it difficult for newer authors as comparing music with previous works on AJ is no longer a safe guarantee as to what can be uploaded. It is probably best to compare your music with the files here http://audiojungle.net/page/top_sellers to guage what is “safer” to upload, if I can put it like that.
In the future, we may even see the purging of old works on the site that no longer meet the more professional standard that is being adopted today.
All that being said, the genre you chose is not specifically what is wrong, I think there just simply needs to be more development in the arrangement, more instruments, more dynamics etc.
With a hard rejection, it’s sometimes best to start on a new piece as it can be hard to break the mold of the old composition.
Your on your way – keep at it, and you’ll get it the groove of where you need to be
Wishing you all the best!
Tip #13: Innovate | If you are able to create a trend, you will be the chief benefactor of that trend when it catches. Try to do something that’s never been done. Try to think beyond the norm. If you aren’t catching fish, then change your bait.
Tip #14: Do not get discouraged when you discover that 9/10 “innovative” ideas will probably not produce the outcome you were hoping for… but the one that catches on will make it all worth it.
Man, I just don’t understand:
Reviewer doesn’t write any response, people get angry.
Reviewer leaves detailed and helpful response, people get angry.
Sorry man but I think Gareth is right.
The reviewer is not trying to tell you want to do, but he is the final authority and is telling you the direction to get your music approved. Either change it, or write a new song. I know that’s harsh, but this is the business my friend.
Thanks my friends, I truly am thankful and am grateful for your kindness
It has been nothing short of a wild ride. So many amazing things have happened since my first upload I could write a book about it…. hmmm…...
If I could offer one piece of advice, it would be this : Don’t give up on yourselves friends. You never know when you are going to create that one track that will take you to the top
One more thing. No more threads about me until 100,000 sales or something crazy OK? Think I’ve had my fair share for now
I’ve noticed for a few weeks now that my sales numbers are off every day and was wondering if this has happened to anyone else.
For example, if I were to take the last count from the top authors page that refreshes every 24 hours and look at the sales I have now it gives one number – but the actual songs I’ve sold isn’t the same.
Just to be more clear: looking at the difference between current sales and the last time it refreshed doesn’t produce an accurate result to what I am actually selling. Every day it has been off or less than what I’ve actually sold.