rejected tracks - please help

Any help what is wrong with my tracks. I sent links to these audios. Do I have any chance of publishing my works here. Have o good time.

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Having listened to your tracks, my advise would be to take the time and check out some of the best-sellers here on AudioJungle. I believe that you need a better understanding of what sells, and what kind of tracks the customers find useful.

For example in Leap, the intro shouldn’t be more than 6-7 seconds long. Try developing and structuring your tracks more commercially.

Hope this helps and good luck!

Hello Szymon,
I do believe there is always a chance for everyone as long as they put the time and effort in working on their craft.
I have a few things to point out:

  • First of all, like @Soundset said, listen to the bestsellers so you have an idea what the market needs.
  • Have a plan to how your track should sound like and work accordingly, don’t add elements just for the sake of it.
  • Watch Youtube tutorials, look up your genre and add “how to” to it in the search bar. I promise you will find more than a handful of channels that will help you understand it better.
  • 1 thing I do when I am not sure is to pick a Youtube video, mute its audio and play my music instead. If you can’t imagine your track fitting in that video then you can start asking yourself why and work on it.
  • Study some music theory. Yes do that and don’t worry about it. Some very basic chords and scales can get you A LONG way. I personally have so less music theory but the info I have helps me plan ahead and imagine how my track should and will sound like.
  • Look up tutorials about mixing. I can’t stress enough on how important it is to know and identify the sonic elements you’re about to use and know how and where they should be sitting in the mix.

That’s some advice from the top of my head. I hope it helps a bit.
If you need more input, don’t hesitate to shoot me a message.

Cheers! :slight_smile:

ok, everyone has his own style, so i will do my work and step by step try to be better, i’m alone independent artist so many differnet questions will be on my way

thanks for reply :pray:


Hey @szymalix, the first thought I got as I heard the track: Who should use this and for what?
As you know, AJ wants to provide your music for commercial use. That means, your music should fulfill a special purpose, like music for film, video, documentary, as a logo or whatever.
I am interested, which purpose you have in mind for your music.
For commercial music…and anyone corrects me if I’m wrong…you do the music jobs only for customers. You can have your own style, but your style should match to customers expectations because they search music here for a special purpose.
If you have a target group in mind, try for yourself, how your music matches this target.
I am not a specialist in the music style you provided. But honestly I cannot imagine that this kind of music will find a customer for commercial purpose.
But hey, maybe I’m totally wrong…who knows. Anything can happen.

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