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  • in reply to: Scandinavian Custom Music and Licensing Rates #22104
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    Thats really good information Mc_GTR. Thank you so much, I will contact them on monday!

    in reply to: Scandinavian Custom Music and Licensing Rates #22075
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    Thanks Veeagra, I appricate your insight!

    in reply to: Scandinavian Custom Music and Licensing Rates #22070
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    And the award for the most retitled cue goes to……..

    And the award for composer credited with the most cues written by some else goes to….

    And the award for composer complaining loudest about retiling then turning right around and doing it them selves goes to…..

    And the award for publisher complaining loudest about composers giving away their music for nothing then turning right around and retitling their own catalog and giving it away for free to every production company in town goes to……

    And the award for composer with the most astronomical impossible with out retiling number of PRO registrations assigned to them while still a PMA member an organization supposedly against retiling goes to…..

    And the award for Composer with the most undeserving ASCAP/BMI/SESAC award due to the fact that they only wrote 5% of the music that the award was based on goes to……

    Just kidding (kinda) 🙂

    in reply to: Track feedback and advice required #21916
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    At least it wasen’t a fadeout ending on thrack ha ha

    in reply to: Track feedback and advice required #21911
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    Actually the guitar solo thing could be that its the out tune bennding that’s the problem and not the Key/Scale

    in reply to: Track feedback and advice required #21910
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    Is this a joke? It’s horribly out of time like a drunken jam with unprofessional musicians. Sorry if this sound harsh but all libraries I know off would be on the floor laughing if u sent them this. Actually it work perfectly if it was meant for a comedic scene! But seriously before u worry about the style you need to learn the fundamentals, make it very simple and make sure it’s 100% in time to start with. Specifically to your track, perhaps start with making the drum beat 100% in time with it self (ex the opeing drum fill sounds very out of time), then make the bass play whole notes or half-notes instead of the out of time syncopated figure and make sure to hit the downbeats at the same time as the drums. ALso sounds like the guitar solo is in the wrong key/scale. I guess this style would be a bit comparable to Primus, listen to their albums, it needs to be as tight as that. Good Luck and also I 2nd what Rob said about the business.

    in reply to: Feedback on music #21846
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    ALso BTW library music are usally instrumental so always make sure to make instrumental mixes too. The music made me feel very zen but vocals need a bit more work.

    in reply to: Feedback on music #21845
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    I’de tune the vocals and edit the timing of them as they or out of time at several spots. Possibly make them more electronic sounding with a vocoder or something. The instrumental track sounds nice but I’m right now listening though laptop speakers so can’t really comment on the mix.
    BTW here is a company that provides “pro” feedback on music. http://www.audiokite.com
    CHeers!

    in reply to: Scoring to Picture Method #21759
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