you totally deserved my friend, nearly 1000 sales in 6 months it’s huge!! the power supply of my analog desk died this morning, so I’m also on holiday
have a good time, enjoy family and friends, and see you next year!
nice! love it!
but the question is: have you the rights to use the interpretation of your baby girl?
We continue to go off topic because a major question that everyone wants the answer to has not been answered yet. We haven’t even been given an approximate date to when it will be answered, so we’re all getting pretty restless. The surefire way to keep threads on topic is to answer our questions in a timely manner. Instead, we’re left out here with no direction, and you wonder why the threads have no direction. Give us some actual direction, and not just the type that tells us what to say and where.
music2license said+1 I agree with everything you said.
You won’t find no single company that gives you a detailed report of a rejection, why should they? Audiojungle is not a music and production school, it’s a commercial marketplace that sells commerial music. And by the way the reviewer gave you all the reasons. “Audio must be fully composed, arranged, mixed and / or mastered to a commercial standard, and have reasonable potential utility to our commercial buyers … “. Maybe it sounds hard, but your track doesn’t meets this requierements, none of them… I’m sorry if that comment is a little bit rude, but Toivo and Erick took the time to give you constructive tips, and what you wrote seems a little bit too overbearing, so I write the unadorned truth.
objectively, it doesn’t work…
you don’t like this pretty little blue question mark?