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Inspiration/Creativity/Motivation / Re: New To Forum
« on: August 10, 2017, 08:50:47 pm »
Welcome! :)

Inspiration/Creativity/Motivation / Weekly Question #1
« on: August 10, 2017, 08:46:28 pm »
Question: What is your opinion on "Lazy Plunderphonics/Sampling?"

ie. music like vaporwave or future funk, where they take another song and simply slow, speed up, pitch up, down. etc.

What are your opinions on the ethics and creativity of plunderphonics/sampling?

Btw, I'm also going to be doing an interesting question like this on here! I would really love to hear what you guys think about going on-s that involve you all and the community!

Finished Tracks / Re: Check my new track "Burning pussy" !!!
« on: July 08, 2017, 02:25:50 am »
Just wanted to leave that, that name alone makes me not want to listen to it. So I'm not going to. This comment can be deleted for all I care.

Samples/Plugins/Software/Gear / TPF SAMPLE PACK
« on: May 17, 2017, 10:06:34 pm »
HEY Y'ALL, After working on this sample pack for a good two months with several of you, I can now gladly say that as of today, you can now get the 1.5gigabytes, that is The Producer's Forum Sample pack. Thank you a thousand times over, to those who helped me, Mussar and Eidolon (EDIT: and now Tieme Typhonic as well!). And the thank you to the community for being a ....well...a community!


Support those who helped put some work into the pack!!

Samples/Plugins/Software/Gear / Re: Presets Massive
« on: May 16, 2017, 11:42:58 pm »
And black octopus with the not so subtle slide into the conversation. 8)

So first, you should no longer be using reverbnation as your primary music association, and I'm saying this before I even got the chance to listen to the beats. I say this because Reverbnation is not where people get discovered. You can keep your Reverbnation, the more websites with your music, the better. Reverbnation is more meant for bands instead of producers and djs, and the only reason you see any bigger artists on there is because their labels or marketing agent is just covering all their grounds and putting them music on sale on every website they can. OKAY, with that out of the way.

It's a good idea to move away from "TranZParentBeatZ". I'm going to be blunt, that's just a terrible name, especially with all the z's, and this is coming from a guy with a z in their pseudonym. Anyway, I'd actually say On Q is a lot better, and people within the music and DJ community are likely to get the joke, but as referring to your name, people who don't know are obviously not going to get that. When renaming yourself there are a couple things you need to keep in mind.

1. Is the name something people will remember. Without the music, can the name stand on its own, and with the music, does it stand higher? Think catchy, unique, or speaks to your character. And when I say unique, that doesn't mean change some letters, add a number around (which is what I did with this pseudonym, and regret it, Next one won't be as bad.) Unique means what does the name say about how clever or creative you were when thinking of the name.

2. Can the name be brandable? This one is important in that, if you haven't noticed, People really dig persona's that have character, a name that can play the part it claims to play.

3. This one is more of a final checkpoint before you make the decision. If you saw your name without knowing who you are, would you listen to it?

That being said, I think On Q is pretty clever, sounds nice, and could possibly get the attention of anybody interesting in djing, but it also suggests that you are more DJ than producer since a cue button is more commonly a DJ tool, If you tend DJ, then maybe that's okay for you. Once again, still haven't listened to any of your music, as my internet is trying to kill itself. Guessing from your original name, most of what is on there is Hip-Hop/Hard Trap with a lot of "creepy" minor pluck arpeggios. maybe some basic piano and choir chords.
(None of that is meant as negative, but more of just hoping I've made the right decisions of what I've said here based on what I'm guessing. Which is rare for me seeing as I tend not to be the assuming type.)

Inspiration/Creativity/Motivation / Re: How Do You Improve???
« on: May 10, 2017, 03:37:28 am »
tonychetta, awww thanks. Always great to get an unexpected compliment. <3

ALRIGHT EVERYONE! I've finished the sample pack with the help of Eidolon and Mussar! Once I've finished up some last touches and packaging, yada yada, Everyone who wants it will be getting about 2 gb worth of a free sample pack in a week or less!

This is a really cool thing for you guys to do. I actually personally tried organizing a similar kind of community, but I personally just didn't have the time or resources, but this is really cool all the same, I'm going to have to check it out.

Inspiration/Creativity/Motivation / Re: How Do You Improve???
« on: May 05, 2017, 11:41:41 pm »
Welp, answered the there you go. hahaha

Samples/Plugins/Software/Gear / Underrated?
« on: April 26, 2017, 07:32:30 pm »
So I'm wondering, what are some sample packs, plugins, software, or gear you use that you feel deserves more credit, should be more popular, or just you think it deserves a shoutout?

Me personally, recently it's been two different plugins:
  • Plogue's AlterEgo. It's like a good vocaloid replacement but it works much better for those of us who like to play melodies live instead of placing notes.
  • And secondly, Polyverse Manipulator. A lot of producers have heard of it at this point, but no one is using it because (I guess) the price. While it is kind of expensive, I personally love this thing as it as opened me to create some unique effects, rhythms, and even some really cool melodies.

So what are yours?

Finished Tracks / Re: jumpy kut
« on: April 26, 2017, 05:16:01 pm »
Hey dannyboy, the soundcloud link you provided doesn't seem to work dude, Hard to judge music that's not there.

Finished Tracks / Pzychosis - Continuity
« on: April 25, 2017, 06:40:17 pm »
I couldn't really afford to do marketing for this album this time around, but I'd still love to hear some critique on the album as a whole or just one song, it's up to you.

I really hope if you like it you do support it!

Finished Tracks / Party F/L/Avors (SO MUCH WORDPLAY)
« on: April 21, 2017, 11:37:19 pm »
Would love to hear some feedback on this last album I just released before I go releasing the next one, which is soon, but I really want to get opinions on this one! Just pick any song you want to critique if you could please!

Finished Tracks / Re: Its been a while!
« on: April 19, 2017, 03:27:57 pm »
First of all: absolutely love this, so you got that, definitely downloading this. <3

Okay, the kick sounds like it has too much high in it, because of that, the sound is bordering on a snare with a little bit of low end, Clap during the drop could stand to be turned down just a little bit, not much, but just enough to give more room for sounds to play. I would suggest working on vocal clarity for the singing, but I know how impossible it is work with Vocaloid, as someone who has done it before, to make it sound more clear, so I'll just give you that one. hahaha

Sidenote: While there is nothing wrong with this, It's obviously just going to remind people of Porter Robinson. And not just because it has Vocaloid, but because of the style of the song and the fact that it also has Vocaloid to accentuate it. Like I said, though, definitely nothing wrong with that, just a sidenote.

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