Sounds like interesting music, and well produced. I think the problem lies in the commercial usability of it. In the rejection email they give a reason, you can check if it’s for commercial reasons or something else. I would recommend listening to a bunch of tracks in the categories where your music would go, see what’s different about them compared to yours. I can imagine your music in an underground club or something, but I’m not surprised those tracks were rejected as stock music. I hope that helps.
Why don’t you contact them?
Go to the earnings tab and click referrals, it’s under sales on the drop down.
Edit: God damn you bluexmusic! You beat me!
Sorry. I later saw when loaded. Nevertheless, I believe that still can not win in this competition and my work can only delight Envato community 6 days a week with unique wallpapers. One day a week I suggest do not turn on the computer! Such a day is better to spend with nature and friends )
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Nice Track. Some nice sections. Just an idea that maybe you have like 2 songs in one. Take the section at .24 and rearrange the entire song around that carefree feeling.
That’s true, the different parts don’t necessarily fit together that well. But I like all the different melodies, so maybe it could be turned into 2 different tracks. It’s best to stick to one mood in stock music tracks. The first one is a bit more thoughtful, and then the other section is more carefree like jmr said.
That’s a pretty cool track, I’m hearing a strong folk or traditional influence in there and it sounds good. Technically I found it not bad, but some of the instruments could benefit from varying the velocities. But my feeling is that if you’re going for something folk or ethnic with stock music, I guess it’s best if you completely commit to that, right? Is it a particular country or culture that’s inspired the style on this track? That would help when targeting it at buyers. I would imagine if they are looking for something with an ethnic feel to it, they will want something that fits a specific culture or geographic location.
The dove is quite cool, but it may not be that easy to tell what it is, and therefore understand the concept of the logo. Plus I don’t think the circle badge or the font go with it at all.
Nice tracks, very niche obviously but there are potential uses for this kind of track, like historical documentaries for example. I’ve had medieval music used on youtube videos of medieval fares, church videos, just saw one about maps from old times. You spelt “religious” wrong on the tags by the way.
It’s got potential, but needs plenty of work. The bassline could probably use some compression, some of the notes are too loud and booming in a bad way. The whole thing sounds a bit lifeless and mechanical. The drums could use a bit more variation and a bit more work on the sound. (The snare for example.) You can breath some more life into the electronically created instruments by changing velocity and such. And after that, better mastering would help it sound a bit more lively also. Basically I think what you’ve got is at the “demo” standard, so you need to develop it to a proper high quality track. Although also I have to say I’m not sure that all the instrument choices are working to give this track the right vibe. The choir for example, that just doesn’t seem very vice city hustle to me.