Yo! How are ya Seph?
Well I need a ton of pointers actually...I have been looking for feedback my volume levels between my mic and the game play footage. My mic was too low in my first few game plays, so I adjusted it in my latest one. I'm just wondering if it actually does sound better, or is it too loud now? My hearing has gone to crap thanks to my last couple of jobs, so I have a hard time with sound balancing and EQing unfortunately.
Also, I'm looking for tips to add more flair to my channel and make my videos more entertaining (thumbnails, banners, animations, ect.) especially for the review videos. I really want to relay the information better about a subject that I am deeply passionate about, and capture the viewer's attention at the same time. Plus, I'm trying to get over the crazy amount of nervousness I have on camera. I've been getting some great feedback that I will apply soon, but more will help.
And how do you actually grow your channel? When I had my Blue Magic channel, it had a pretty decent following even though I wasn't really doing much. Now, since I'm actually interested in YouTube, I can't really grow it that well.
Are there any specific pointers you're looking for? I can't offer much help with Vegas or After Effects use (and YouTube is an unpredictable platform in the best of times), but I've been doing the YouTube thing for a while.
Not much to add here. The track is nice to listen to, and the mastering and production is on point. I agree though that in the end it's just too static. I'm not sure what to say aside from trying to rearrange a few parts, maybe some countermelodies might help? Good luck!