Okay, so I’ll be honest. The reasons I think it was hard rejected:
1. Tuning issues.
2. Sounds like improvisation.
3. No hook, IE nothing feels like its being carried forward.
4. No build or release.
Perhaps this could be used for a holiday style advert, who knows!Keep trying, and don’t give up AJ is a marathon.
This comment pretty nuch nailed it. Tracks here on AJ need to be used mainly for audiovisual projects. They must have hooks, build-ups, parts where the track gets more calm, etc. And there is definitely something out of tune.
Thank you very much for the timely replies Unfortunately, the project had to be put on hold…. two years ago. Cheers!
I can’t point anything wrong with your track! It has cool guitar work, nice mastering and can really move a clip forward (or up). I figure it can go really well with a short promo, like a showreel. Be patient! Some items take long to sell!
Thank you very very much! This will help us a lot!
Yes, it’s getting difficult to find “uplifting”, “positive” or “corporate” tracks without it being ukelele, claps and vibraphone, specially when the search engine is so limited.
But to be honest, I just wished that composers could get past this chord progression to make stock music:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pidokakU4I
My opinion is that they shouldn`t bother VH authors. They should require from Envato devs better AudioJunge search system. I think that main problem on AJ is lack of avanced search and things like specific tags (duration, mood, instruments, etc.). Finding right track on AJ is like finding needle in a haystack. Once I tried to find something on AJ and I got old.
You bet! We’ve purchased over a hundred songs from Audiojungle and it’s always a pain in the neck to find the right one!
We thank everyone for your suggestions, which we’ve taken into account. The film is being approved, and we will inform you when this process is concluded. Thank you!
Hello once again fellow Audiojunglers! We’re creating a corporate film about a pork meat processing plant. Its goal is to provide information and formation to new employees, and it includes detailed footage of meat being processed from animal to sausage, which is an inherently “heavy” footage and therefore needs light, discrete music to serve as backdrop. We favor music with little to no percussion that can be able to lighten the mood. Acoustic styles can work, since the location of the plant is in the countryside and some of its processes are more traditional. Thank you very much.
Thank you for all your kind replies. Even though we already considered a number of tracks you suggested, the client now told us that he intends to use the same music for the full 6 minutes of the corporate film. We tried explaining him that will ruin the movie and kill its dynamics, but he won’t budge. Anyone can suggest a track with these chracteristics that’s at least over 5 minutes long? Thank you very nice for all your help.
Hello everyone! A client of ours has shown us this corporate film and is seeking this kind of music for his own video. Can you help us and show your best orchestral tracks? We favor organic, recorded orchestras instead of synthesized ones. Thank you all!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWGENe-GuSk&list=UUcYqTx5hKWR78DX4R5HiXWw&index=32&feature=plcp