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New Here? First Post? Read Me!
« on: September 19, 2016, 03:31:17 pm »
Hey there! Welcome to the forum.

I know you're probably really excited to share your track and get some feedback, but as you can see there are a LOT of people who want to share their music as well, and not enough people who want to provide feedback. In addition, the rest of the forum is almost completely dead, and we would love to see you stick around! So before posting your track, here are a few things you might consider:

  • Hop over to the Introduction Thread and tell us a little bit about yourself! We'd love to know who you are, what you're interested in, an all that fun biographical stuff.
  • Check one of the discussion subforums and see if there's something you might want to ask, or something you think you could add to the conversation! I'm sure you have a ton of information in your head, and I'd be grateful if you could share it with the rest of us!
  • Provide feedback on a few other user's tracks before posting your own! Some of my biggest revelations about my own weak spots as a producer came from applying the suggestions I've given to other artists when giving feedback on their work. Heck, you might answer all your own questions, just from trying to help someone else!
  • Join our Slack channel! There are producers of all ages from multiple continents in there, and it can be much more active than the forum at times. We have rooms for discussing music production, music theory, and we even have a room where you can post your track for feedback (and actually have it listened to!)

You obviously don't need to do all of those things, and you don't even need to do one of them - I just have a feeling you will get much more out of this forum by giving it a shot instead of making a post with your song, asking for feedback, watching the views on your post rise, and waiting for someone to respond. Even if you've already posted your track, consider giving these ideas a shot!

Thanks for coming to The Producer's Forum, and enjoy your time here! :)