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Someone need a music for his demo to release to the Main ?

category: music [glöplog]

I have one (mp3 format).

If you have an interesting demo, contact me.
added on the 2010-09-13 21:46:24 by gibs gibs
I offer two (mp3 format).

If you have two interesting demos, contact me.
added on the 2010-09-13 22:22:47 by omg omg
I offer none (mp3 format).

If you have no interesting demos, contact me.
added on the 2010-09-13 22:29:25 by ferris ferris
I offer a bunny rabbit and a small child (mp3 format).

If you have accidentally, contact me.
added on the 2010-09-13 22:32:55 by trc_wm trc_wm
I have 400GB (mp3 format).

If you have an interesting demo, good on you.
added on the 2010-09-13 22:41:10 by havoc havoc
gibs: posting a sample of that track (a few seconds) might help getting people more interested ;)
added on the 2010-09-13 22:43:12 by keops keops
lol there's a lot of fun here :)
added on the 2010-09-14 01:31:26 by gibs gibs
gibs: posting a sample of that track (a few seconds) might help getting people more interested ;)


There are a million:1 in musicians:demo-producers out there.
added on the 2010-09-14 01:32:30 by redheat redheat
oh m0d, don't say that please.. I'll remain your only kaneel :)
Pardon my ignorance :-(((
added on the 2010-09-14 01:42:45 by gibs gibs
Pardon my ignorance :-(((

Nonsense!! You gave us joke material :P

We're just trying to help :)
added on the 2010-09-14 03:55:39 by ferris ferris
I SMELL the prizemoney!
added on the 2010-09-14 08:10:32 by mrp- mrp-
You smell my ass. that's all what you smell :)
added on the 2010-09-14 09:18:55 by gibs gibs
Whats up now with that sample?
added on the 2010-09-14 09:35:04 by omg omg
If the ratio is 1000000000:1 there's no chance that anybody would need a score for a demo...

What would be interesting is to know the % of crap in 1 million...
added on the 2010-09-14 12:43:19 by gibs gibs
It's exactly 37%
added on the 2010-09-14 13:02:43 by okkie okkie
Pretty low I think, because it's fairly easy to start making music. I mean, I'd say writing a quick but passable tune is WAY easier than writing some code or producing a reasonable bit of graphics. That said, making a good tune requires just as much skill and practice as gfx and code perhaps, and it definitely requires a lot of talent.

Still, there's a ton of great musicians in the scene :)
added on the 2010-09-14 13:05:17 by psonice psonice
ohOh and here we are, the usual crap vs good quality discussion.
I guess if you want to try to get your stuff (be it gfx or music) in a demo you'd better post a sample at first to actually maybe make people interested...
added on the 2010-09-14 13:41:09 by uncle-x uncle-x
I was offering a service...

What I have learnt so far ? I have learnt that this is useless as there are plenty of good composers and it's really easy to compose a music (at least more easier than to doing a gfx).

I didn't knew that.
added on the 2010-09-14 14:34:52 by gibs gibs
added on the 2010-09-14 14:35:54 by SiR SiR
gibs: put any fool in front of a copy of garage band or whatever, come back half an hour later, and you'll have a tune. It won't be all that good, but it'll be a tune. Put somebody in front of a compiler, watch what happens. Or give them photoshop and a tablet (and don't allow them to use photos ;), best you'll get is a crappy doodle.

Put somebody with skills and talent in front of any of those and you'll get some great results of course - I'm not dissing musicians, just saying it's the easiest scene activity to get into so that's probably why there's so many musicians. I've a ton of respect for the ones who're really at the top of their game :)

But like everyone else already said, put some examples of your work up. If it's good, you'll have your tune in a demo with a bit of luck.
added on the 2010-09-14 14:46:52 by psonice psonice
psonice, even if it's true, you made me cry.
psonice; the ever so experienced demo scene consultant, people should pay you money for your insightful wisdom! <3
added on the 2010-09-14 14:53:37 by dv$ dv$


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