I have had a track sell within one hour after it was uploaded and I have had a track get it’s first sale after 6 months. It’s hard to say. It was hard for me to be patient at first (I would remove tracks that didn’t get sales after a week), but I’ve learned to wait.
Thanks for the responses.
Got This Message:
Unfortunately your submission Turn It Around isn’t ready for AudioJungle and cannot be resubmitted as it did not meet our minimum requirements for quality and/or marketplace policies…
Our Review team also provided these comments:
Unfortunately, this file doesn’t meet AudioJungle’s commercial quality guidelines overall, and can’t be approved.
Audio must be fully composed, arranged, mixed and/or mastered to a commercial standard, and have reasonable potential utility to our commercial buyers.
Any ideas on what to fix? Maybe I should take off the reverb.http://soundcloud.com/gbreal-1/turn-it-around-preview
I have three tracks with 2 sales each, that’s right a whopping 2 sales, not sure if that’s a or a
The A.M. Shift – http://audiojungle.net/item/the-am-shift-/2902043
A New Beginning – http://audiojungle.net/item/a-new-beginning/2800785
The Final Stand – http://audiojungle.net/item/the-final-stand-/2728668
I am not sure if I am structuring my tracks correctly for this market.
I haven’t notice any sales increase but I have had some contacts ask about producing / selling music for some projects.
Poor Mans Studio
Audacity 2.0 – Hydrogen Drum Machine 0.9.5
I have an SP 404 that I use to see how I want to arrange my compositions. However, it doesn’t play a part the recording process (the right output channel doesn’t work).
I had a track rejected because the reviewer said that it didn’t offer enough utility (although there is nothing wrong from a production standpoint.
I am really not sure what to change on this. I figured I would post it here to get some ideas. I may just offer it as a free download if it doesn’t get accepted.
The production is sample based. Find a loop, chop it, rearrange it, add drums.http://soundcloud.com/gbreal-1/a-lazy-afternoon-rejected