So I’m pretty new to Audiojungle and stock music creation in general, so I’m still trying to figure out what works and what doesn’t work as the style is still somewhat unusual to me.
However, somethings been on my mind lately, and I can’t seem to find any other topics regarding this.
Would GOOD stock music be something that’s catchy or something that, if included in a work, wouldn’t necessarily be noticable? If something is catchy and has a good melody to it, wouldn’t it technically stick out from the work it’s included in? I’m trying to work on music that I believe is unique, yet grounded enough to still be marketable. However, would the fact that it’s “unique” at all be an unmarketable trait for stock music?
I apologize if these are pretty beginner questions. I’m currently at an impasse with my ideas as it’s been a constant fight between “Do that, that sounds good!” and “No no, that might stick out too much”. I guess I’m just trying to wrap my head around the aspects of stock music, but I’d love to hear any thoughts regarding this!