So after over 18 months away from AudioJungle (as a result of some pretty anomalous rejections) I returned a couple of weeks ago with a batch of new submissions.
My first submission - to my great relief - was accepted. It was a dance/pop generic commercial piece of music (https://audiojungle.net/item/growling-frog-pop-dance/19585576).
As such, I figured that my second, far more technical, more polished, more detailed and more intricate submission would have to be accepted as well… right? Well, of course, that wasn’t the case.
I really need to work out what I’m doing wrong when I step ‘out of the box’ however after going through AudioJungle’s recommended criteria, I just can’t quite seem to put my finger on what I’m missing.
I would very much welcome any feedback, criticism and instruction and a) why this particular track may have been rejected and b) what I should be doing to avoid these same mistakes. As we all know, we put a lot of effort into each track and hard rejections without any definitive feedback has always been one of this site’s biggest negatives.
Thanks in advance for all your feedback: