Please help me understand.
I submitted my 1st 5 music cues and received 4 sales within days of them being accepted. I was thrilled! Then I submitted 5 more (that I felt to be among my best). They were cues recorded in a professional studio that I licensed for high budget, award winning documentary films that aired on Discovery Channel (Pole Position: The NASCAR Story) and PBS (Phobias: Living In Terror) And 1 submission rejected that I licensed to WoldCom for $12K as the bed music for an industrial video which was the centerpiece of their ad campaign. Of course I own complete rights to these cues - they were not “works for hire”.
ALL 5 WERE REJECTED!
I’m NOT writing with a “sour grapes” attitude but I am legitimately confused and apprehensive about submitting more music from my vast library of cues from the many dozens of award winning doc films I scored. I don’t know what I can learn from listening to other accepted works on AudioJungle for in my estimation the cues I submitted are better in content and sonic quality than many on the AudioJungle site. I think this can be the beginning of a long and profitable relationship but I don’t know how to proceed without gaining more understanding for the rejections. Respectfully submitted, Kenneth Veltz