First of all, thank you for passing by, leave your thoughts and hope you can learn something as well.
It may seem a very repetitive topic, but I’d like to take it further if you guys want to, and discuss some other experiences and opinions about it.
It all starts, yes you are right, with a hard rejection I received today.
I must admit I do normally agree with the hard rejections I’ve had until today (two by the way), but this one specially surprised me. Here you have a link to the track:
Hard rejection was due to “general commercial quality standard required”.
It is not a great mix, and it is not a great master. (I have uploaded and listened to tracks worse mixed and mastered, but no intend to start useless comparisons).
Then a colleague told me, “Maybe it is due to an initial difficulty to catch the beat/tempo of the song!”.
Maybe it is, maybe it is not. What do you guys think? I’d appreciate some feedback.
And lastly and most important question:
It’s a hard rejection, no re-summiting and no other chances for that track (as far as I know).
Is it totally true? Is there I way I could fix either the beat issue or whatever the problem a track has and then upload it back again? Maybe changing enough so it can be considered as a new track?
Any experience like that?
I know maybe moderators and envato team people may jump in here as well (you are more than welcomed btw), and I’d like to know their opinion in this matter, as I know some of them are authors too, and have a better understanding of both parts in the reviewing process.
Thank you guys and hope you are still awaken.