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Sound Design / Re: Best Music Production Consultant..
« on: June 30, 2016, 09:07:07 pm »
I really like that all the client feedbacks are coming soon... And the stock photos really convinced me :P

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He´s just made a bunch of trigger points in the tracks that he plays with the launchpad.  No sorcery.

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Suggestions / Re: A discussion area for music arts philosophy
« on: June 25, 2016, 03:35:52 pm »
money comes from ticket sales and streaming

No, it does not come from streaming. http://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2016/06/03/artist-sales-equal-spotify-salary/

Streaming is crap for artists.

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I wonder if you could have evaded the topic ( that meat causes depression and sickness in most humans ) any more by saying something else.

You can try with a response to this post if you like.

The topic isn´t meat!  The OP asked for some guidance and encouragement, he/she didn´t ask for any food advice from someone who thinks they´ve found the cure for all the world´s problems.  This is a forum mainly about music, you have made 2 posts.  None of them about music...


OP: A lot of things are changing in the way your brain is perceiving things right now.  Don´t force yourself, and you will find your passion again.

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I believe you are sincere with your question, so i am giving you the main answer to this question.

In order to feel good about life and full of life every day, you will need to stop eating meat.

You need to stop doing drugs....

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Sound Design / Re: Drums and Percussion
« on: June 20, 2016, 01:50:37 pm »
Most producers sample others´kicks.  If you find a good one, sample it.  I myself usually layer kicks and then remove start or tails until it sounds like I want it to.

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Cool stuff!  I´ll definitely look into this. +1

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I´m impressed af right now!  You guys are really good. All of you!  Fantastic!

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I feel like writing things unfit for this forum.  I don´t get how some are so narrow-minded, that they think that everybody has equal opportunities as themselves.
I sincerely hope that the music works out for you, atilla.  If not I really hope you will not be stuck serving tables at 40, with no plan b, just because you did not get the "full time" results you so boldly proclaim.

Equal opportunities? Its a serving job not an inheritance. Its one of the easiest, most menial jobs in the world that's readily available.

I can't believe how anyone here is bashing commitment to what this forums about. No producer put in "one good hour" a day and got anywhere. And don't even try to proclaim the merits of a plan b. If you're passionate, go all in and make it happen. If you have a backup plan, save yourself time and stop now-it'll become your plan a when life gets hard.

Your situation doesn't matter. As long as you're old enough to work and have a passport, nothings holding you back from moving and starting your own life. I can see a lot of white knight forums dads coming out to talk about practicality and "that's crazy, think about your future" but its all nonsense. This is one of the hardest industries in the world. If you're not committed and putting in the work, admit you're a hobbyist and stop telling new producers what they can't achieve.

Well, I´m happy to read that any kid from an African country can make a living by serving tables while working hard on making it big in the music business...  You have probably found the solution to all world problems.
I meant it when I wrote that I hope this works for you, but your view that this can be applied to everyone, anywhere, makes me think that a bit more school probably wouldn´t hurt you.

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I feel like writing things unfit for this forum.  I don´t get how some are so narrow-minded, that they think that everybody has equal opportunities as themselves.
I sincerely hope that the music works out for you, atilla.  If not I really hope you will not be stuck serving tables at 40, with no plan b, just because you did not get the "full time" results you so boldly proclaim.

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For me the cheese lies within the predictability of a track.

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I've literally never heard of him.
Well, that´s the best scale to use to evaluate significance....

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He´s alright in my book as an artist. "I dream of ducks" is a classic tune, and some of the stuff he made with Andy Cato is good.

The mentor stuff I can do without.  It´s just a bunch of recycled life coaching combined with the "finish tracks" mantra.  I was tempted enough to sign up once, but it cost a lot of cash even though it appeared to be free at the start.

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The man that makes most money in modern music today is Max Martin.  He has his factory where he hires talent and produces hits.  He has never fronted his own songs.  The big tunes are "placed" there by the labels, don´t fool yourself into believing anything else.  Sitting in on a talk with Martin Garrix, I learned that the whole viral phenomenon of "Animals" had been orchestrated by Spinnin´(his words, not mine).  Many of the big names have barely ever made anything themselves, but have been present at the right place at the right time.
As for people like Bieber and others it must be considered a part of a longstanding tradition.  Elvis never wrote anything that was released.  It´s just the way it is.

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You Might Like... / Re: Look it's dat boi!
« on: June 04, 2016, 07:58:41 am »
There´s quite a few good songs on his profile, so I don´t really get why this has been put out at all

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