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melical says

How can I be a featured artist? Can everybody tell me somenthing about this…

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Sophonic says

Hey Melical, I didn’t do anything to get feature. I think they just pick someone and on what basis I don’t know, I was surprised because I have a small portfolio didn’t think I would ever qualify unless I had more.

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melical says

Oh ok thanks…

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RecycledRecitals says

The only thing in common amongst featured artists is the latest in a category. Looks like the only way to be featured is to continuously submit and hope your work gets chosen.

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MartijndeBont says

Here’s Scotts answer from a previous topic:


Here’s what it takes to be a Featured Author. Note, it could be ANY of the following, not ALL of the following:
  • A high quality portfolio. A new author with just a handful of files is unlikely to be featured
  • Has shown incredible consistency in quality throughout their portfolio
  • Perhaps the author has had one or two recent “hits” – items that have sold well
  • Consistent sales
  • A growing portfolio of items
  • Good community member
  • Catches the eye (or ear!) of reviewers with something unique
  • Has numerous items suitable to the week being featured (Halloween week, Christmas week etc…)
  • We rarely feature authors twice but some of the very top authors have achieved this.
  • There is obviously a large amount of luck involved in the Featured Author process: With SO many authors and SO many incredible tracks but with only 52 spots per year (once per week) it’s unfortunately impossible to feature every single author. But hey, we try. :)
http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/featured-author/53596?page=1
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melical says

Wow, thanks for reply, good info…

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PhilLarson says

Good info. Thanks!

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Depard says

My item was featured and I wasn’t surprised,couse reviewer Adrien wrote in approved item notes: This sounds really great now :)))

It should be featured soon.

Adrien

And the fun thing is that first reviewer Andy asked me to change guitar sound,couse it was horrible,so I made corrections and now item is featured:D

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RecycledRecitals says

What I should have said was the only common thing amongst featured profiles was not just the most recent in a category but quality work. The list from Scott was very helpful. Thank you so much for sharing!

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ClassRecords says

Here’s Scotts answer from a previous topic:

Here’s what it takes to be a Featured Author. Note, it could be ANY of the following, not ALL of the following:
  • A high quality portfolio. A new author with just a handful of files is unlikely to be featured
  • Has shown incredible consistency in quality throughout their portfolio
  • Perhaps the author has had one or two recent “hits” – items that have sold well
  • Consistent sales
  • A growing portfolio of items
  • Good community member
  • Catches the eye (or ear!) of reviewers with something unique
  • Has numerous items suitable to the week being featured (Halloween week, Christmas week etc…)
  • We rarely feature authors twice but some of the very top authors have achieved this.
  • There is obviously a large amount of luck involved in the Featured Author process: With SO many authors and SO many incredible tracks but with only 52 spots per year (once per week) it’s unfortunately impossible to feature every single author. But hey, we try. :)
http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/featured-author/53596?page=1

I started that thread :-) And I’m always looking to get to that goal! Keep on writing nice music, that’s the way..!

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