You could 1) Take your amazing music and run far far away from this platform. You’ve submitted stuff many couldn’t dream of producing and already paranoid because of the not-good-enough-quality-bs stock reply from AJ. or 2) Wormwood’s comments are probably right - so dumb down, as it were, pull out the cliches, call it Epic (on EVERYTHING you do!) to fit in. If it’s rejected again, it’s not you, it’s them
If you stick around, you’ll learn loads from the good people here with any rejections comments . I have, and I’m producing the best stuff I’ve ever created. Most tracks still ‘not good enough’ for AJ though of course lol - so don’t let their agenda, lack of any useful advice and ridiculously worded rejection statement, make you actually believe you’re not good enough! Chin up always! From what I’ve heard of your tracks, your ‘quality’ issue will never be musicality or production, but only whether someone reckons it will sell (or fits into their mystery agenda).
I listened to all your tracks, and despite the titles, they are actually Epic! For AJ, though and the commerciality aspect - An Awakening could be split into 2 if not 3 separate pieces - i.e. the new material at 1:35 ends one piece or starts another. And the massive climaxes in both sections probably too drastic to fit into the AJ standard - which is generally pad out one basic chord sequence with reverse cymbals and rolls which pretend to go somewhere but only lead to texture and instrumental changes. A New Breed - would probably work for AJ if it started at 1.07 and at 1.58 went to the start and finished as a 2 min piece - constant rise in textures. Throw in your fake reverse cymbals every now and again and bingo bongo, let the fun begin. Becoming - nothing to say, love it - just make a longer version too / alt endings perhaps.
Hope that helps, not sure if any of that comes across sarcastic, pessimistic, bitter or twisted. I can assure you I’m none of those