Originally Posted by mickomoo
Calum I've found your feedback on my work partly fundamental in my own growth. You clearly know what you're doing... not to be sycophantic or anything. What my dad has done is essentially go to a studio ever so often to either get lessons are speak to some (small time) producers for some general feedback. A good friend of mine specifically works on collabs all the time just as a test of skill. Although he's key'd into a very specific genre (electro) so its kinda easier for him to find people to work with on a consistent basis.
More to the point, there was a topic in the originals section where people posted a track, and gave feedback to the one above theirs... I'm certain it's long gone by now though. Although we're not of the same level of experience I empathize with your search for feedback and ways to improve lol. Good luck.
Thanks mickomoo - i remember hearing a lot of your music - you've come a long way! You had a great attitude starting off - eagerness will take you everywhere! I'm keen to hear more of your stuff now.
This is great advice... from reading tape-op i thought i'd better get a subscription to a mag just so i can see what's going on really - i've got 2 copies of computer music sitting on my desk right now - i was surprised how relevant all of the stuff was and how much of it i could test out etc.
I will search for that thread mickomoo or even start one of my own.