thanks! I will check this out!
“Thank you for your interest in YouTube’s Content ID. It appears that you applied previously and were not accepted. Our program is designed for exclusive rights holders whose content appears on YouTube. If you would like us to reconsider your request, you may reapply after Jun 15, 2015. Please note that you may still use the copyright notification web form or apply for the Content Verification Program, which may be better suited for your current needs.”
where is their customer service when you REALLY need it
looks like I have to wait a long time until I can use this feature
question: what happens if you register your music for a content ID and you sell them on other marketplaces as well, such as pond5 or istockaudio? won’t that cause any trouble? if someone buys your track via another site and then uploads their video to youtube, will youtube recognize the music and then block the audio?
edit: okay, nevermind. I just read their documentation more thoroughly
@dreikelvin – While I think PauloBeat was extremely rude, the track sounds like you would try to glue together some previous recorded violin loops to a piano you wrote/ recorded.
At 1:15 and 1:32 there are some parallelisms that to my ear sound a bit … meh. Nice harmonies at 0:48, quite unexpected, but I feel like the left solo violin doesn’t fit perfectly, don’t know… can’t put my finger on it.
Anyway, nice track, nice video, could have been on AJ.
thanks for your input I appreciate that more than users just giving out lame comments without any productive information whatsoever. especially, if they are unexperienced, like PauloBeat. I was actually not looking for criticism. sorry, if I was not clear enough with my initial post. I wanted to show how it is possible to cope with rejection here at audiojungle (or similar places). I turned the whole thing around instead and gave something back to the envato community. the video already has good exposure on youtube and vimeo and I am getting quite positive reactions there. I hope the videographers will get some good exposure through it.
thanks to all the other musicians here for the positive vibe! success to you all.
i’ve listened to your track and I do not understand why it was rejected…
Did they told you why?
I really don’t understand their new rejection policy. Your track is high quality enough… And you’re not the first of this kind.
Anyway, keep up the good work mate!
thanks! I don’t care to be honest they always use copy&paste replies…something along the lines of “the arrangement and overall quality of the song does not meet our general requirements” – submitting to audiojungle does not have anything to do with music taste. only sales are important. right now what’s really popular: motivational music with the usual temper trap guitar or ukulele, as well as cinematic trailer music. it comes along with it if you are trying to sell music commercially you can’t change it.
what I am trying to prove here is, especially to the lesser experienced authors, it is important to find your right outlet. if someone rejects your material or if there is some guy who yawns at your music, give a flying flint about it and move on.
the piano I used is Native Instruments “The Giant”
thanks for the kind words and success to you my friend!
now I geddit. the submission staff consists of cats! that’s why they have such a specific music taste! everything is clear now. thanks for sharing!
we don’t need your negative energy here, PauloBeat
link to video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pM1tPW1av3c
[Please do not promote competitive websites. Thanks!] so for those being discouraged by submission team rejections: don’t give up!
Not much this year, just this track: http://audiojungle.net/item/dance-under-the-frozen-hazelnut/9675134