Discussion in 'Our Music' started by foster911, Jul 2, 2018.
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It seems to me like you are making a little progress in terms of timbre as a subset of sound design elements. this is good.
(My opinion is that ) other variables in music are important to put in effort towards (as well as that specific variable).
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Ahahaha... Good one Foster... Nice drums... Make them louder/punchier... The vocoder is of course the best thing about it...
Thank you so much!
TBH, I made it for its stupid message that was supposed to be posted to the other thread created previously.
Nothing beautiful in it. As you'd hear everything has been blended aimlessly to complete its personal message. Stupid harsh sounds and vocals without any structure. So similar to today's life.
Sorry to hear that you're still trapped in that 'shit, it sounds like music'-state. I hope you don't suffer too much from it, at least I don't.
If your signature was mine, now I was a happy person. Unfortunately, for making an artistic music, you can't act on that advice.
Artistic music needs considering all the details specially in the vocals and lyrics levels that my post sucks in both of them.
electro kind of breaks from foster ? me likes
From a good resource:
Outside of jazz and dance/electronica, comparatively few musicians succeed in creating a purely instrumental signature (e. g., Floyd Cramer did it in country, Carlos Santana in rock).
The musical reputation of rock's greatest guitar player, Jimi Hendrix, rests almost as much on his vocal sound and style as on his guitar playing. For the most part, it's your vocal quality and style that identifies your uniqueness as a performer in the minds of most listeners, not your instrumental playing.
To develop a signature vocal sound and style, you need to assimilate vocal styles outside of your comfort zone, from a variety of foreign genres, and from earlier periods of popular music history.
It was just a prelude to my first serious music.
Appreciate a lot. But it was my last electro. I've decided to put money into the real songs with vocals and lyrics due to my previous post.
Needs some work, not as good as i thought id be for the amount of shit you talk.
You can't be serious with that mindset...?
The longest period in musical history consisted almost exclusively of instrumental music! Not to mention today, there are tons of musical genres that feature successful instrumental music!!
Your take on "succeeding" is where the problem lies... success is relative but when you're historically recognized in music annals, then you have succeeded in my book. Money doesn't equate success in art...
You have a very limited and narrow-minded view on things... if you're going to act like you know all about music then you need to study it first (take a "Music Appreciation" class at your local college for starters), BEFORE you spew mindless BS.
I like it! Space journey feelings! But it seems...not totally finished yet(?). But I found it pretty interesting. Liked especially the synth sounds and the vocoder.
Who said it's good? If you read all of my comments I said it's disastrous.
I don't say that. That good resource does.
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