I didn’t know we could resubmit hard rejected tracks, that’s why I haven’t even tried to fix them. That’s interesting… thank you all for your replies, very helpful.
Yes, that`s great that we can!
But you should check what the concrete reason was provided by reviewer.
1) If it was “composition/arrangement” – in this case mixing/mastering quality maybe great, but they don`t like the structure of track. You should make track (usually) more simple and “commercial”. Use the same mixing/mastering techniques and re-submit.
2) If it was “quality” issue it may mean that a structure of the track is fine, but mixing and mastering aren`t good enough for that reviewer. In this case you should leave the composition side of your track as it is and work on technical side of your mix.Hope this helps!
What about if the issue was “commercial utility?”
Eat them with some salt and pepper like any other hard-boiled tracks.
That’s a nice surprise
July was my best month ever.
Serb Rock, anybody?
MetroMusic, try composing a song with some Serbian instruments added in. Listen to some really beautiful music and try a melody that blends the very best of each of them.
Željko Joksimovic’ had the right idea when he played Lane Moje on Eurovision.
Try that in a couple of songs and see how you do after a month. Best of luck to you.
Try uploading something completely different to what you’ve been doing lately. Throw a curve-ball as they say.
Sales have been steadily rising every season for me. Some of my sound effects don’t make a single sale since they were uploaded, and some outsell all the rest. And I never can tell which ones will become the best-sellers, and the results often surprise me.
If your item becomes a best-seller, I found it best to keep on experimenting. Don’t try and recreate a best-seller. Create something new every time.
How about a license that grants the same rights that a Regular/Extended license gives, but for more than one end product?
For a while, Audiojungle was my only source of income. Because I live with my parents even to this day, I didn’t have to worry about paying the bills. I doubt that qualifies as earning a “living” from Audiojungle though.