Whoa... I'm Now A Famouse Artist Thanks To The Database! Thanks!!!
Posted 01 January 2007 - 09:59 PM
So, thanks to everyone who took an interest in my music!!!
Posted 02 January 2007 - 10:45 AM
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Posted 09 May 2007 - 10:52 PM
It's now the 3rd most popular music release in the whole database (and gaining on other releases as we speak - currently 29 overall now)
I've thought about selling my music, but it doesn't really interest me a whole lot (I'm quite alone when I say this - some people are telling me to "sell that music!") To be honest, it woudl be very hard to pry me completely away from a free CC based distribution model still. I mean, I doubt I'd ever get this well marketted in the first place, I don't see how I can turn my back on what the music fans have given me so far (unlike the Arctic Monkeys... I wouldn't mind slapping them for what they did)
Also, sorry for not checking back on these forums so frequently, been a bit busy on other projects.
Also, thanks for getting me 45,000+ downloads!
Posted 10 May 2007 - 11:43 PM
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 03:13 PM
- TechTalk Theme Beta 2.1 It's got remix potential, but it already stands apart on its own. It was interesting to hear its progressive evolution.
- Secret Lab (SCRaTCH aTTaCK ReMiX) <!!!> OMG! That freakin' ROCKED! It's going on my phone right now!! <!!!>
- SilverTear - So Deep (Perfect Frozen IceCube Remix) Wow, so beautiful. I shed a tear for that one
- MOTH - Rituals Frenetic & freaky!
A final word of advice: don't use that "clap" sample, it's über-cheesy
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Posted 17 May 2007 - 09:28 PM
The interesting part about your comments is that this would be the first time I even found a comment that matched someone elses. I've had someone else comment that they really liked the SilverTear remix track.
The Secret Lab track was remixed by Scratch Attack who isn't really online anymore.
The theme tune used a digital instrument known as Slayer. I recently got ahold of the next version known as Slayer 2 and hope to make some good use of it.
Thanks for the comments, I actually got some new idea's for where I can take my music to particularly because of the SilverTear track comment.
As for the music being too slow, I plan on getting in to more Drum N' Bass/Breakbeat which is generally faster in terms of BPM, so I'm glad some of my thinking, at least, isn't off on where to take my music to.
I'm also hoping to make it a tradition for every end of the year, I compile an 'other music' CD with some great music as it seems I was right on the money in thinking that even if some people didn't like what was on the first two discs, the last disc should feature some stuff they'll like anyway. A little something for everyone.
All this is really exciting. I figure if I can do this in the first two years, I can't wait to see what I can pull off by my fifth year of production if I get that far
So, faster BPM and less clap sample, will definitaly keep that in mind - even for future trance tunes.
This post has been edited by IceCube_2: 17 May 2007 - 09:31 PM