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Howdy everyone. My most recent submission was rejected, and I would like to ask for help! I am reworking some of the remix's composition, especially the beginning. I've posted both the submitted version of the remix [Reshiram/Zekrom] and my current WIP [Minccino] below. My biggest hurdle in re-submission is this: the judges' most prominent critique of this remix is the mixing, which to be frank is something of which I understand very, very little. I've tried to learn what I can over the years, but I always get lost in a soup of foreign terminology and differences in audio which I have trouble quantifying or sometimes find indistinguishable. So... I would love to find someone who could shape this up for me. (My DAW is FL Studio 20.) Otherwise, I would appreciate feedback in the most layman terms you can possibly give. link to the Judges Decision thread Here's the original version I submitted (and which was rejected): Here's my current WIP version:
I apologize if this is the wrong forum for this, but for all of the remixers that have their music on Spotify, can you explain how a new artist can get their music added to different playlists? According to Spotify, I have to "pitch" my music to playlist creators, but I get a message saying I can't pitch my music unless I am a distributor. I came across Facebook groups that claim to be able to add music to playlists, but I have a feeling some of them aren't legit, and I can't seem to find one that will add music specifically to VGM related playlist. I know Game Chops has a ton of music from different artist released, but I'm not entirely sure how I can go about being associated with those guys. I'm a total newbie to this stuff, so any help/tips would be greatly appreciated.
I want to make a bass line similar to the one in Lenna's Theme (at 0:38), but I can't find a synth bass suitable for the task. Half the samples in both the Final Fantasy V soundfonts I tried were broken, including the bass I need. Does anyone know of a suitable alternative I could use?