Hello fellow AudioJungle authors/users .
Recently, I have uploaded 3 tracks to my portfolio, and all of them have been hard rejected.
In the rejection email, I have gotten the usual “Your track does not meet AudioJungle’s commercial production (samples/recording/mixing/mastering) standard, unfortunately. To understand commercial stock composition, arrangement and production better, please read the following article http://enva.to/6D-sd”.
As any author would do, I accepted the rejection and went on again to read more about AudioJungle’s needs, as they are written in the article linked in the mail message.
The thing is, that article is pretty general and rather common-sense - and even after reading it I don’t really know what’s the problem with my tracks - what should I improve upon to make sure my tracks are suitable for AudioJungle?
What I am trying to say is that it would be amazing if the staff that does the evaluation could be a little more specific with the feedback - for example “This track does not meet the mixing standards - the dynamics are way to limited and there is a strong dis balance between the lows and the highs. The reverb is way to muddy” or “This track does not meet our compositional standards because the melody in the chorus is too simple”.
The thing is I am not an expert, but neither a beginner when it comes to audio, and I want to keep learning everyday.
I do already have tracks approved that are worse (in my opinion - regarding their composition/mixing/mastering) than the ones that got rejected now, so the fact that I don’t really know the exact reasons all three of them don’t fit the standards really got me confused.
What do you think? Wouldn’t it be a great plus if we could get a little more detailed feedback regarding the reason a track got rejected? Could this be done by the staff (I do know the huge number of tracks they review daily, that’s why I am wondering)? I think it would be a huge thing for most authors if this could be done. Thank you for your time!