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delgibbons says

Ranked 878th for sales on audiojungle…theres a long way to go lol

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SoundFix says

March is looking to be my best month so far, but that’s probably just because of the Bundle voting stuff as it’s my selected track which has been selling a lot. I’m sure thing will pick up dude, sales on here are always unpredictable :)

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MichalskiMusic says

I mean, most of the problems are with the mix. I know a lot of artists are mixing on Rokit series monitors, which I used to have but switch because they just dont translate mixes well. It’s funny though because now I can tell the difference.

This caught my eye and is a little off topic, but I think it is important.

It is more important to know your monitors than to have the best monitors. It’s not that good monitors are not important. It is, rather, that you know exactly how your monitors translate your mix. This is more important than the price of the monitors. I have discovered that most experts called into to mix always travel with their own monitors because they have come to know and trust the sound of those monitors.

Get something that sounds good to you and then learn what a good mix sounds like on them. Use a reference track when mixing. Then you should be set.

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FxProSound says

With more items online searching becomes more difficult for buyers. They don’t have much time to dig through the jungle and take what’s popular. Main AJ problem is search engine with poor options.

I often get questions: ‘Could you find me sth in your portfolio, because I’m lost in it?’ A client lost in my tiny portfolio, so how lost he may feel in all AJ :). Give buyers much helpful tools and sales will rise.

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Celestial-Sound says

March is my best month as well. I got 8 sales in one day (I have a total of 12 sales so that is super amazing for me :) )

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Sonic_System says


Sophonic and JonBuice do you think that the problem could be just mixing technique that possibly affects the quality? The ideas are good but not realised because of the mix and that we must consider the end user setup. Fit for purpose!

I mean, most of the problems are with the mix. I know a lot of artists are mixing on Rokit series monitors, which I used to have but switch because they just dont translate mixes well. It’s funny though because now I can tell the difference. Theres also a portion of artist that complain and “don’t understand” the review teams rejection. This is often due to poor arrangements. A lot of item just…don’t make sense musically.

Maybe the review team should have a set of rating standards and just rate item as they are reviewed? I realize people would be outraged however, but that could be a case for “tough titties” so to speak.

Very true. IMO, lot of items have problems in arrangement stage already, with badly chosen samples and/or instruments; you can’t always fix it the mix. I too was surprised too see some items pass the review, but I guess AJ team has it’s priorities…rating idea is great, I’d be very glad to see it come to life!

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illuminations says

It is more important to know your monitors than to have the best monitors. It’s not that good monitors are not important. It is, rather, that you know exactly how your monitors translate your mix. This is more important than the price of the monitors. I have discovered that most experts called into to mix always travel with their own monitors because they have come to know and trust the sound of those monitors.

Get something that sounds good to you and then learn what a good mix sounds like on them. Use a reference track when mixing. Then you should be set.

I never will call a mix finished until I play it back on consumer speakers as well. Particularly I will always check it in my car. Sometimes’s I’ll also check it in my Wife’s car too. It’s good to hear how the mix translates in a few different environments. You most likely will hear something that you didn’t realize was there with a new perspective.

ok…now that this thread is completely off topic…

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