Hard reject. Help to understand please!


#1

I’m new and ask for experienced sellers to comment on my tracks. I understand that they are not good enough, but I want to understand what is wrong, in what direction to work. Thank you.https://soundcloud.com/user-854490944/epic-intro

https://soundcloud.com/user-854490944/epicness


#2

there is a topic , where feedback comments )))


#3

In her comment on the adopted tracks


#4

and you mean that harshly rejected ?


#5

Yes wrote: “We have completed our review of “Epic Intro” and unfortunately we found it isn’t at the quality standard required to move forward, and you won’t be able to re-submit this item again”


#6

And standard comments: “This submission does not meet AudioJungle’s commercial production (recording/mixing/mastering) standard, and its commercial composition/arrangement standard either, unfortunately” I would be grateful if you tell me the possible cause reject.


#7

I’ve been a reviewer for multiple libraries and I can’t find any serious reason for a hard rejection on these. Yeah, there are some minor things I would have done differently and improved upon, but these are $19 licenses and I think Envato is starting to lose sight of that. The standards here seem to be getting too rigid for a low budget marketplace with mostly corporate video customers that are generally not that picky.

Otherwise, the weak spots I hear are weak percussion, some EQ issues and abrupt endings. But, if that’s the reason, they really could have just mentioned that and asked for another mix before issuing a hard reject. Compared to things that are getting approved, your rejections sound unfair in my opinion.

All I can say is you have other places out there that would accept these tracks without a problem. Plenty still offer 50/50 splits for non-exclusive composers and they have higher licensing fees or allow self-pricing.


#8

Thank You for Your detailed review! This is important and very helpful to me!


#9

Hi @HedgehogSound, I completely agree with @AAMediaMusic, listened to both tracks several times and I see absolutely no reason why they were rejected…


#10

Thanks for Your comment.