I recently came across the platform Audiojungle for selling commercial music and actually making a living of what I love and studied for all those years. As I began the journey, I got hooked with making logos and idents and i thought it’s a good starting point to see how the site works and processes music. Sadly, after all this work I put into just creating the account and the files to look attractive, I found that every single one of my logos got hard rejected for not fulfilling “the quality standard required to move forward”. As it’s unsettling to wait for 12 days to eventually get your pieces rejected, there isn’t any way to know for sure if the track you are working on is going to pass the “audition” of the reviewer, living me with much insecurity about the future pieces I will make and with the question if it’s really worth it in the end. I can’t take back the time I spent for it or the extremely long time I waited to see if something will get accepted. In conclusion, there isn’t a profund way to know for sure if something you make will pass the test, unless you copy another person’s work, just using another chord progression and melody. I understand the marketing aspect of promoting what sells more, but that works in my opinion against creativity and not everyone needs “Two steps from Hell”-like music. There are other individuals that will benefit from something different, maybe a smaller percentage, but eventually it will sell, giving the site and the seller some profit.
Leaving that here, those are the pieces that got rejected (all with the same copy-paste message) in the chronological order that i made them.
Regards and thanks for reading