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Offline Snowcrash Topic starter
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Lewis


I thought I'd share some of my friends music.

Mainly 'cos he asked me of my opinion and I'm not sure of any words.

What d'u think?


Posted March 01, 2012, 21:28:35 PM Logged
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Re: Lewis


I listened to a few of them, Please let your friend know I said great job  thumbsup

Posted March 01, 2012, 21:48:25 PM Logged

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Re: Lewis


I like these, absolutely brilliant for blasting the dust out of your sound system. thumbsup

Would I purchase them ?, YES I would. Nice individual sound, well structured, works for me.  sign-great-job

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I listened to 5 of them, there seems to be lot of Boom Tick, Boom Tick, Boom Tick, but didn’t hear any rifts.

Production is good  thumbsup

Posted March 02, 2012, 16:07:22 PM Logged

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I also listened to several, and thought they all made for good "driving tunes", but I also noticed that there wasn't much in the way of variation among them.

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Re: Lewis


Thanks for your input.

My first reaction was good rhythm tracks but no hook, vocal or synth.

Knowing how hard it is to write a good hook, I was wondering how to say it without annoying Lewis.

Posted March 03, 2012, 09:07:07 AM Logged
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You have no trouble telling me what you think of my music Snowy, the last one I did you said, and I quote, “I hate that song”  lol

Posted March 03, 2012, 13:24:18 PM Logged

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What can I say?

Embarrassed

Posted March 03, 2012, 13:36:00 PM Logged
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Re: Lewis


When I ask for opinions on my creations whether it's artwork or stories, I'm not looking for an "attaboy". I'm looking for an honest opinion, so when someone gives me their honest appraisals of my work, I'm grateful, even if that appraisal is negative. I suggest that you take the same approach, but as politely and diplomatically as possible. Try using the "compliment sandwich" approach. that's where you start with something nice, and end with something nice, but with the not-so-nice stuff in-between. I think you'll find that this works well with most people. Smiley

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I agree with Dave, honesty is the best policy. I personally look for honest feed back. If something I create is good, bad or in between, I would appreciate honest feedback. 

Posted March 03, 2012, 22:19:33 PM Logged

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And I agree too, better to be honest and say what you really think, its what I expect from someone when I ask for their opinion.

Daves diplomatic sandwich is a good way of doing it, something that I have done in the past too.

Posted March 04, 2012, 11:45:06 AM Logged

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I couldn't play this while driving.  I need something more soothing to keep me cool with all the idiots on the road today.

Posted March 04, 2012, 11:52:54 AM Logged
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