|Originally posted by derail |
You use loops for your pitched content (that is, non-drum loops?)
And then you can't tell when one part is out of tune with another part, and you want someone else to "tell you which bits are out of key and you'll try to fix them"?
Do you ever even listen to music? Are your favourite songs in key, or are they a bunch of random notes thrown together?
To me this approach sounds like the "producer" in you has gone crazy, and the musician doesn't exist. You're concentrating on the individual sounds, on the balance of the mix etc, while not noticing that the whole musical structure is broken and the end result is worthless - not many people are going to listen to an out of key song for enjoyment.
Now I understand how those couple of out-of-key notes have crept into some of the later trancemaster releases. More and more people with zero experience of real instruments, zero experience of songwriting, who think they can just skip all that and stick loops together and focus on "their image".
If you're going to focus solely on production and not care about music at all, at least use white noise/ animal sounds/ non-musical sounds, and mix them together. There are entire genres based around non-musical production where you'll be able to find the audience you're after.
I dont really care wut you told me, becuase i finished this song in less than a day. This is my not my best track but it was damn well easy as fuck and thats what i wanted to prove to myself. I been at it for only 2 years. All i need now is work in one scale and thats it, good bye to you sir.
Edit: you act as if i like working out of key. It was only a mistake so fuck off.
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