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I can’t edit or delete my previous post 🙁
Here are the other 3:
Hello! Here are my latest beats:
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I choose a song to listen to, then I pause it, then I try to play it again. It doesn’t play for me after I try to play it again. It just keeps telling me I’m listening to Lazy Rida beats. lol
Anyone else getting this result, or is it just me? It’s kinda surreal.
Also, I’ve tried different methods of getting the pitch fall like you have on the piano at 0:44 and 0:47. I have some mediocre methods that work for me. What do you use there?
I ‘dig’ your mixing skills :] Everything’s so shiny!
- This reply was modified 4 years, 8 months ago by Elliot Miller.
When I (or anybody) posts a beat, it looks too big for the forum. I only see half the youtube vid/soundcloud tune.
Is it because I’m using Chrome?
ooh. I like hearing some of the creativity of your productions. Nice arrangements.
However, they seem kinda dry. I think your production would really grab attention if you had a phaser lightly applied to some long-tail reverb. Or you applied a subtle LFO to the pitch of a high frequency sample that you use (like a cymbal or a “hay!”). Something like that to add a lot of movement.
I would love to hear your creativity with a lot more movement.
And that comments section at the bottom does wonders to your reputation! I’m bookmarking that design in my head. thanks. lol
Dang. Just seeing that contest makes me wanna sign up and participate. lol
However, I did not know that signing up for e-mails would give me contest instructions. I searched around until I found your blog post, which gave contest details.
Perhaps you should write: “Enter your email below for contest details!” instead.
I somewhat agree with Jared.
The site looks clean, but a bit jumbled.
Let’s anticipate what the consumer wants to see, and put it in that order. When a newcomer visits your site, they want to see music
Then, they want to know how to get it
2) how to order
After they’ve decided to order one, they’re more likely to order another
3) Sale on multiple beats announced
The rest of it is in a good order, although, I’d put the e-mail sign-up button right after the purchase button with an incentive (like, “If you want free tracks, free publicity, or to enter some of my contests, subscribe with your e-mail!”)
As to your music, I can’t really put my finger on why it doesn’t sound top notch. It’s probably a lot of little things put together.
Yeees, I want that.