The thing is, most music here will be used as backing tracks, and you don’t want music to be too intrusive for that. As a guitarist I frequently record songs with very intense guitar solos. Nice as they (at least in my ears) may sound, most of those won’t be very suitable for commercial purposes (I uploaded the odd one just the same, by the way). But hiphop often being quite intense as well, and demanding your attention, I could see how it would be hard to use for commercial purposes like the customers of AuioJungle have.
I have had that happen with songs that had been online for a year without a sale
Same here, yes, or late at night.
Plus, I think that several of these top authors have removed older tracks as well.
‘Ramp’ in Dutch actually means ‘disaster’, so I can see why you would want to change your name
I think people who make these sales must have had clients through other channels than AudioJungle, who now also buy songs through AudioJungle. At least the ones who start making sales like that right away. Nothing wrong with that, mind you, but I can’t explain it otherwise either.
I had a song gone through the reviews at another site only after 25 days
What may be the case as well is that there are, say, 4 times as many songs to be reviewed, but if that doesn’t result in 4 times as many sales AudioJungle can’t just go and hire 4 times as many reviewers to get the queues back to what they used to be.
I had some three or four in my first half year, but never after anymore.