Hello! In the first four years I received a letter saying that AJ removed my two tracks because they supposedly looked like my earlier accepted content. At first, a musical package was considered for a long time, and then two well-selling tracks were removed together with the package. Here is the entire text of the letter:
Unfortunately your item ######## has been disabled from AudioJungle. Here’s some feedback from our Review team.
Please note, this submission was approved in the AudioJungle in its current form.
In fact, it is inherently too similar to previously accepted content. We can not accept this many versions of comparable tracks. For this reason, we are forced to remove it from the library, regrettably.
Keep in mind that systematically submitting a duplicate or similar content within and across accounts is considered a breach of Envato policy and may ultimately result in an account (s) suspension.
By what criteria does the team of reviewers have the right to judge the similarity of my tracks? Tempo, tonality, tools? I work all year on AJ and write folk. And it’s understandable that there are familiar chord progressions and track styles. Nothing new was invented. I did not make any plagiarism. Sorry, but this is wrong. In each music category, I see the same tracks with exactly the same sound. And some authors add one and the same. Other authors add a track - then after some time remove it and then add again. This is already the wrong approach. This applies to Corporate, Folk and Cinematic. I would like to hear a clear explanation from the employees of Envato.