AudioJungle.net has a consumer rating of 1.57 stars from 14 reviews indicating that most customers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. AudioJungle.net ranks 40th among Music Downloads sites.
Already for 5 years I buying, and selling on Audiojungle. Service at altitude, the quality of products is also improving, so I deservedly estimate: 5 + Great site, great service and quality music!
This site is a market where their best sellers decide what music comes in and what doesn't. Read again. Their best sellers decide what comes in and what doesn't. So, what do they do? Do they let talented and good producers enter with their music? To take a cut of their earnings!? Hell naw! This site has hurt the music market in ways we will only be able to understand in 5 years from now. Besides, the communication of the site is horrible both as a client and provider. Stay away...
This site is a market where their best sellers decide what music comes in and what doesn't. Read again. Their best sellers decide what comes in and what doesn't. So, what do they do? Do they let talented and good producers enter with their music? To take a cut of their earnings!? Hell naw!
This site has hurt the music market in ways we will only be able to understand in 5 years from now.
Besides, the communication of the site is horrible both as a client and provider. Stay away...
I have had my music piece uploaded and accepted, they later put it on "hidden", because they had a change in some conditions
When I saw this they told me that I should resubmit it. I wasnt able to do that, because the file is not at hand at the moment.
I felt that when it is accepted and uploaded, I dont have to worry about it anymore, I was wrong. I wonder if they just lost the file...
I guess they like losing money. They reject tracks (music & SFX) that sell over and over on other sites. Head up butt syndrome. Ive had pieces that are on national TV shows so there is a market for these tracks that are rejects there. Go figure that one out. And whoever heard of the contributors judging the submissions? Great way to eliminate the competition. Warning Will Robinson DANGER! Or what is the thing with the contributor has to add the watermark, submit a mp3 preview, and make a zip folder for the main files. This equals more time wasted to get rejected. Every other site it's done with autopilot.
I love the audiojungle community. However, the review process is very inconsistent, and the review team is comprised of other contributors. Most businesses would consider this a conflict of interest. I would feel strange if I was still selling music on Audiojungle and was also a reviewer. It just doesn't feel right to me. Sales can fluctuate a lot. Some months I have a good number of sales, some I barely get into the double digits. It also takes a while for reviews, but I believe that is because they have a very strict review process, and are painstaking over every track. Again, I want to emphasize how much I love the audiojungle community (the forums).
I am an author for these guys. I sell stock music thru them. Here's my problem - these guys have a rejection system set in place that goes as the following when you submit a song:
Soft rejected: This is when your track has minor flaws & they will suggest you how to improve it... therefore it is temporarily rejected until you fix the errors.
Hard rejected: This is when your track has many critical errors or there is simply not a market for it. If your track is hard rejected you cannot resubmit it.
The problem I have is that they tend to hard reject songs simply because they are too lazy to figure out the minor problems with it. Matter of fact, some of my tracks were amazing, but still got hard rejected without explanation. They will hard reject it but say they don't have an explanation. If it was rejected, then there must have been a reason for it... but how was it not stated? This is very questionable & therefore makes me wonder if these guys are just being pricks. I try to produce something different but they somehow wanna stick to the same old crap. You notice this because most of the songs on their site, sound the same. It's the same old sounds: ukulele & whistles & glockenspiels with a piano overlay, with some claps. Or it's guitar harmonics music (like in corporate commercials). Yeah it's what sells but allowing new trends to be followed is not always a bad idea.
Then when I wanna go back to try & find a song I once found on there in 2014 but I never purchased, there is a 60 page limit for searches. What is the last item on the 60th page in your search, is the farthest back it will go. So it only went back to 2015 because of such broad search functions. This is a shame because that means they're not showing you everything when you're searching for the perfect track.
I wouldn't recommend this site. Matter of fact, I'd highly advise staying away. Try premiumbeat.com. They have a smaller catalog but they have some NICE tracks for your commercials. You'll be in heaven... because they know quality is better than quantity. Audiojungle tries to emulate that but in turn just shows tunnel vision ignorance. Trying to sway you in their own direction. Yeah that's business but over time they hurt themselves with this.
So yeah... premiumbeat.com is where I'd visit if you want stock music that doesn't stink.
Already for 5 years I buying, and selling on Audiojungle. Service at altitude, the quality of products is also improving, so I deservedly estimate: 5 +
Great site, great service and quality music!
So much australian arrogance seasoned with bullying and incompetence of the auditors.
For the customer high prices and a lot of standard materials.
Art is another thing...
I usually produce music for the media in my country, most of the local media accept my work and are willing to work together. But not with Envato, they reject all my work without objective reasons. So I can't give them what they want, and I don't know what type they want.
After uploading high quality sound clips I waited weeks for an answer. Then I got an email. My sounds were rejected because they wouldn't match the quality standard. These were my first and last sounds I uploaded to audiojungle (envato).
Their well known, casual, disrespectful, insolent, automatic, inexplicable, mass rejection system is now well known and well described here and everywhere on the web. Nothing to add, just an additional point of view from a professional musician, perfectly compliant with the voice of the web.
My advice, for the customers, is to buy your stuff from pond5, motion elements, Premium beat: they are serious, respectful and have a great and fresh catalogue. And for the artists: same thing, use these great and MODERN libraries.
The list of demands that this site has is unreal, They can't even set up automatic media player that has watermark so they ask artist to do that. Really? What about people who own music and don't use daw?
Over 60 compositions available for licensing and no ability to do watermark. Can they possible check sites like tune fruit. At least you can set up general media player with your water mark and don't ask people to spend extra hours preparing files specifically only for your web page. Everyone else on this planet made that very simple!
They will string you along for the better part of month just to reject everything for no reason. You are subject to the whims of however their braindead review staff is feeling that day.
Really what is this for a place you submit a track and wait 10 or 15 days for a f... kn response and finally you received an email and your track is rejected because? No because just rejected without any explanation. 2 tracks that i have made with live instruments well produced mix and mastered rejected. Because this is my main job producer/musician i already produced many jingles for radio or commercials for tv. I also know not everything what i produce is maybe suitable for audiojungle but why was my tracks rejected no idea ;) I have already listened to the song from other users many good stuff but also bad stuff too, even Despacito imitiation i haved heard and much tracks with similarities.
I think the authors should have better judgment capacity or more professional authors should be hired!
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