Hello there! I and my pal (professional sound engeneer and composer, 46 years old) noted that some reviewers making not honest reviews, because they are rejecting really good tracks (during one year) with PURE quality of sound with same words: “Isn’t at quality standard…This submission does not meet AJ commercial production (recording, mixing, mastering) standard…” (you know)…I WANT TO ASK ALL MUSICANTS HERE (except this some new not honest reviewers) and, also, i want to ask a question for Envato Founders, is that tracks REALLY BAD? (I think some reviewers SPECIALLY REJECTING GOOD TRACKS, because they dont want to see highly competitive track in search-list (because they are sellers TOO and can have vested interest in it…)
Example: (Hard Rejected tracks)
https://soundcloud.com/user-906380595/sets/not-accepted-on-envato (I really like track “Travel”, liveplaying guitar, professional quality of mixing, was hard-rejected TOO!)
i want to offer to Envato Founders to introduce REVIEWERS RANKING SYSTEM, where are musicants on AJ can mark the work of the reviewer and click on some recall buttons, A lot of bad marks should to attract attention of Envato Founders and they can check this information. (in some cases they can remove not honest reviewer)
IT IS A PROBLEM! My pal really tired about it, he writes good music and he dropped his hands and i CANT KEEP A SILENCE!
WHY that new reviewers doesn’t give an opportunity to work to really good musicants? (Sorry for bad English, i hope you will understand me)
You can link your Hard rejected tracks with watermark here. We should to attract the attention of Founders of Envato, AJ is slowly dies.
Im working on AJ during 5 years, i love the reviews of some nice moderators like Adrien…it was in 2011… He really loves music, he was NOT lazy to suggest details that I can correct, I corrected them and the music was really sold! I respect and love all old reviewers…
If some musicants thinks, that some reviewers mistakes about your tracks, please, show it here or make another thread!
(Sorry for bad English)