i would like to know why my two tracks was rejected.
First called Reflections – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxmCpTgdiZU&feature=plcp Second called Memories – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_9A8cR_d9w&feature=plcp
My reviewer was ADG3studios and he told me, that first track (Reflections) just repeats and repeats… Then what is this? http://audiojungle.net/item/clapping-ukulele/409141
Second track (Memories) was rejected because it’s doesn’t meet our current minimum technical quality requirements but in this site there is a lot of tracks which are worse then this one. So where is the problem?
I’ve created video with memories album theme and my idea was post this track to audiojungle and sell my video and track. But i don’t understand why it’s not aproved. Technical quality? It’s beautiful song created by my friend and it’s good for this video theme.
(sorry for my english) Denis
Your first track is a direct rip off of Amaranth by Nightwish
First of all don’t get too frustrated with this, these things happen to everybody and the more you try to improve your music, the more sales you’re gonna get!
Other than the fact that “Reflections” is indeed a bit repetitive and doesn’t sound as a fully developed complete track (that’s my opinion at least), it includes an intact sample from this “Nightwish – Amaranth” track, which would be against the rules of audiojungle and would eventually get you into much trouble.
Second of all, the clapping uke song you referred us to is much more usable in video productions and generally as royalty free music and that’s what the Audiojungle service is all about. So the repetitive nature of it actually serves its purpose in using. But that’s another matter on its own and I understand that it’s a bit opinion-based.
As far as Memories goes, it has very good potential but maybe the production quality is not good enough yet. A more balanced mix (less low and muddy frequencies, less compressing, some more realistic piano midi editing, a more heavy build up and altering instrumentation, etc.) would get it approved in my humble opinion.
The best way to deal with this is to communicate with email@example.com and state your problem so that you can have a conversation with the reviewer, although I do second his decisions.
I hope this helped.
Thank you Alkis,
this tracks was made by my friend so i don’t know, that first track is sample. But the second track will be good for video production – it’s my opinion
Ok thank you for answers, i’ll do my best for uploading more and better tracks Denis
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I think it is not the best way to official “blame” a reviewer in a forum. These people do their jobs and they don’t do it bash on members. This stuff happens and the business world is much more tough than just having a track rejected on Audiojungle (speaking from experience). I would just get over it, analyze or request a more detailed feedback on why it was rejected. Do the edits and upload it again or save the experience for a new track!
By approving track “First called Reflections” to me = a direct lawsuit. There is a reason your tracks weren’t approved. Originality is what matters on AJ.