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Hi there. How do you usually name your tracks, organize and promote them to other people? I have this sense that the name on your track is very important, in order to be clear what the track's content is about. Or is it more intriguing when it's a bit mysterious? Depending of course what kind of an artist you are and what music you make, and what's the message. I ask these, because currently I'm building a of portfolio and website. I make music and other art in so many styles, so I want to make sure my possible clients and listeners can scroll through my work with ease, finding what they might be looking for or interested in. Here is an example how the music list could be: Track 1: Horror 1 Track 2: Adventure 1 Track 3: Adventure 2 Track 4: Horror 2 In this list the track titles have a strong prefix about the content, but lack personality or the story behind it. Now, what if those tracks were actually named with something not so generic, in the same order: Track 1: Dark Corridors Track 2: Flight Through the Sky Track 3: Dream Chaser Track 4: Haunted Valley In this list they are more personal and have some sort of prefix, but maybe a bit vague about the content. However, they might convey the story better. Of course you could combine these methods and do something like this: Track 1: Dark Corridors (Horror Music) Track 2: Flight Through the Sky (Adventure Music) Track 3: Dream Chaser (Adventure Music) Track 4: Haunted Valley (Horror Music) But is it too much or messy? Overall, my main struggle is that I compose a lot of music without actually knowing, what kind of music it is. It just comes from my heart and I'm a bit confused sometimes when the naming phase comes in. Any thoughts on this matter and everything related about promoting, organizing, naming conventions, creativity etc., I'm all ears. Thanks for taking your time to read this. - Edwin Glimmer
Hi. Lately I finally decided to go into some specific electronic music and I decided it would be future bass. But the thing is, I don't really know what is the structure of this genre. I mean, I know general info. I know that I should use inverted 7th chords and so on, but tbh I don't really know how basic drums lines should look like, or what sound waves use for those characteristic bass sounds and so on, so I hope someone can help me in this matter :). TL;DR - I'm super noob in typical electronic music, I wanna ask about structure of future bass.
Hi there! My name is Scott, and i am a aspiring song writer who is using Video Game OST covers to gain mixing experience. In the past, i have done covers for a few games and honestly didn't even know this site existed until a few weeks ago. Lol. Anyways, How i am looking to do my future OST covers is by arranging "Song Suites" inspired by the Ace Attorney live orchestra albums where you play a 5-10 minute song that have multiple songs involved that represent a game/series, and was wondering if there was any kind of rules against this for the site? I think i saw somewhere that there was some kind of space limit you need to be under, but was not sure. There are a few games that me and my drummer want to do, and we plan to keep them a secret until we get each song out of the way, but i WILL say i am in shock over the lack of "Rival Schools" covers that exist on the internet to celebrate the rumors of a new RS's game. Hope to bring you guys nothing but my/our best in the next few weeks!