Hey AJ community,
Just a reminder to stick to the criteria in the instructions.
I don’t mind the inclusion of one of your own tracks in your list, but simply posting a link to your own track and nothing else isn’t what I’m looking for.
Also, remember to (@) tag the authors of the tracks in your lists.
So far some great examples of what I’m looking for are:
"When The World Inspires Me" by @Audio_labs : https://audiojungle.net/item/when-the-world-inspires-me/30580123
Very beautiful track perfect for any kind of presentation or explainer video. I love those rich piano atmospheres and soundscapes, it creates that special goosebumps feelings.
“Confidence” by @Enrize : https://audiojungle.net/item/confidence/140296893
I’m proud of this track. Its quite different from the most corporate tracks as there is no muted guitar. I love the soft, smooth and “weightless” sound that i created in this track. Its minimal, electronic and corporate at the same time. This track was also featured in mobile operator Orange (France) commercial ad.
“Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate” by @AurusAudio : https://audiojungle.net/item/uplifting-and-inspiring-corporate/153570444
Absolutely gorgeous track. Production of this track is almost done to perfection. Its happy, uplifting, modern and truly inspiring. A must have for any corporate project.
“Uplifting Corporate”_ by @YouTune : https://audiojungle.net/item/uplifting-corporate/157731093
I like the airy feel of this track. The melody is very catchy and really uplifting._
“Corporate Ways”_ by @dejans : https://audiojungle.net/item/corporate-ways/5022883
Quite unique track with interesting melody. Great energy and motivational vibe.
The corporate genre on AJ is dominated by two popular styles. The “inspiration/motivation” style with reverberated pianos, delayed electric guitar pickings, harmonic arpeggios and 4/4 beat, and the “acoustic/indie” style with ukuleles, glockenspiel and handclaps. I will deal with the first one here.
Elegantly cherry picking the essentials of this style, here’s a modern and relevant rendition of the genre in a smooth and comfortable mix. Variations in melody help to create a subtle evolution on top of a solid foundation. The chorus section features an pop anthem styled arrangement with electric lead guitar, piano and some very cool drum accents. The strength of this track lies in its “gentle touch”, carefully crafted to provide an unobtrusive background while still managing to drive energy and momentum.
Here’s a fast paced, energetic track featuring a sharp kick drum and a syncopated bass line. The delayed guitar arpeggio is filtered down to create an ambient lounge vibe on top of the driving beat. The sound is instantly recognisable from the first bar, and while the track progresses into a staccato string climax, the guitar pickings remain the backbone and branding of this track.
This tasteful composition which revels in its dressed-down usability and catering to a broad range of purposes. The melodies are minimalistic, just enough memorable and never overpowering, and the mix is warm and smooth.
While created already in 2014, this track still carries a sense of innovativeness and “corporate avant-garde”. Smoothly integrated production choices like heavy high cut filtering, an unconventional but very cool bass line, low velocity piano chords 1/8 ahead of the beat, fading in - and out - staccato strings make this a true original in its genre. The relevance and usability is never compromised and the track carries a modern, driving, inspirational vibe throughout the duration.
These are all best selling tracks, and for good reasons. Thanks to the “Top New Files” page, and how the search engine facilitate new selling items to go into “snowball” mode, these tracks could justifiably fly past the “dinosaur” items hogging the top charts. They all serve to prove the point that high quality has a good chance of winning in the long run. This in turn helps buyers, who are inevitably sorting by sales, to get more interesting results. It will be very educational to see if any other brilliant tracks show up in this thread, that never caught the ride.