I have no idea why this changes were not translated clearly to reviewers team. Simple math – (18+18+18)/2=27 not 25.
Lumen, that is not the formula used used for music pack pricing.
Either way, The issue was already raised with the strategy and growth teams, and is being addressed shortly. Item updates are being held until the matter is resolved, which should not be very long
Also, very important to understand – Soft Rejection is NOT a guarantee of acceptance when resubmitted.
Soft Rejection is an opportunity to rework aspects of the submission based on a reviewer’s encouraged suggestions.
If a resubmission still does not meet the requirements of the AudioJungle library, it may naturally not be accepted. It may not be continuously bounced back and forth repeatedly. What other Stock Audio library does this, sincerely?
And for the record, to quell the inherent speculation here, The item was not processed by two different reviewers.
In this case given the nature of the initial soft rejection, the resubmission was held by the team specifically so that the original reviewer could reevaluate, being already familiarized with the item record, and for all intents and purposes, as far as the current quality standards go, did not make an incorrect decision.
Thanks everyone for your attention and understanding
Well you are right – It’s not quite government classified top secret but it is in fact a internal corporate document so it can’t be shared publicly on the forum or knowledgebase. There’s no sense in us debating this point, we all trust everyone can appreciate the notion.
AudioJungle did release acceptance solid tips however, recently, for the types of arrangements/production that decrease rejections here – http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/new-article-general-commercial-viability-music-acceptance-tips/135173
You are, again, basing your belief on the premise that a reviewer approves or rejects based on personal likes or dislikes. This is clear by your food tasting example which could not be more wrong. Reviewers training manuals exist you know
Your Speculation on the dynamics of the process are appreciated however!
Kurly we appreciate the thought. In a perfect world maybe.
That being said, you are correct that this could never happen because in peak submission season the queue time would be up to 5 times longer.. so up to 35 day queues that would be ok theoretically?
From a business perspective this would be prohibitively inefficient..
Can I do this: Sell song in the instrumental version at Audiojungle as royalty-free. Sell the same song with vocal on other site like bandcamp, itunes or others. Both are the same song, one in the instrumental and other with vocal. Because most of the vocal are not in English Thank you
Yes you can do that
Ok – Records show it was not accepted after being held for evaluation, 2014-07-28 at 19:09:33 Melbourne time. We can see the copy of the message that was dispatched.
If you fully confirm you’ve not read the notice, then you can open a ticket with support for elaboration.
Otherwise, without further comment, the track should not be resubmitted as is as there were notes pertaining to policies as listed on http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/291/51/can-i-use-pre-existing-audio-loopssamples which also prevented the track from being processed.