yeah, i also think the clicking we’re talking about is not actual digital distortion, but part of the character of the arpeggiated sound – especially because we hear this “clipping” in the quietest section of the piece (which is a cool track, btw). you may wanna look into dealing with that sound—i’ve run into similar problems in the acceptance phase with AJ and sometimes all i’ve had to do is slap a waves x-crackle on the offending part or roll off some highs and it gets accepted. in general though, i’ve found you can’t mix anything like you’d mix a pop record—if the drums are really in your face, or any particular element is too aggressive, it tends to get soft (or hard) rejected. it’s a tricky line to walk, cuz you want your stuff to be hot and really stick out, but AJ doesn’t like it too crispy.
I am not able to listen to the track but if the clicks and pops are caused by one channel, setting up the limiter surely won’t help as StudioMonkey said. Better if you check the channels instead.
What’s your Limiter’s out ceiling? Don’t make it higher than -0,3 to be safe.
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@NoizMan: I too have considered uploading elsewhere but I really just do a lot better here than other places. I mean I do like to send my rejected tracks away and I’ll get a rare sale every now and then from them but for me AudioJungle is really the best place to sell.
Same for me, but those tracks deserve another chance. That’s why I am going to transfer them. Otherwise they will be gone forever :/
Unfortunately I am going to transfer my last 15-16 tracks to my non-ex account for this reason. A complete waste of effort and time!
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