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Offline Casper AudioGhost

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trance ressurection(jeskola buzz multi tracker vsti host DAW)
« on: September 22, 2009, 10:16:57 pm »
this track is not intended to be compared to pro work i hope u like it-plz do not suggest changes in my work as i just wish to do it my way,even if u think it's wrong ty for listening   casper



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Re: trance ressurection(jeskola buzz multi tracker vsti host DAW)
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2009, 08:00:12 pm »
Casper bro.... You know me. You know I've had your back since day 1, but I really have to say that you need to stop selling yourself short as a musician and need to stop downgrading your talents. Give yourself some credit sometimes because sometimes it's the proper thing to do. This is fantastic. You have so many different catchy melodies/rhythms going on. If I could say anything that I think might improve the quality? As a test perhaps another version adding some slight reverb or minimal panning might be well worth it. It certainly can't hurt to try it out and see how it sounds. Just a suggestion....
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Re: trance ressurection(jeskola buzz multi tracker vsti host DAW)
« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2009, 08:31:46 pm »
Thanks, Nak.
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Re: trance ressurection(jeskola buzz multi tracker vsti host DAW)
« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2009, 08:52:00 pm »
thank you but i can't change anything when i write a song it is done theres no going back i don't work that way so saying i should change stuff is futile why can't people just accept my method why do i have to do everything your way.i mean no offence also i have never done any panning or anything like that all i know how to do is make a melody and make it work for me. anyway i hope u did like it a little ty casper
note-thinking about all the technical aspects of music making takes out the joy and fun for me so i just focus on my melody, do my track ,record it and get rid of the saves because i lack hard drive space to keep all thos files
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Re: trance ressurection(jeskola buzz multi tracker vsti host DAW)
« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2009, 09:33:06 pm »
thank you but i can't change anything when i write a song it is done theres no going back i don't work that way so saying i should change stuff is futile why can't people just accept my method why do i have to do everything your way.i mean no offence also i have never done any panning or anything like that all i know how to do is make a melody and make it work for me. anyway i hope u did like it a little ty casper
note-thinking about all the technical aspects of music making takes out the joy and fun for me so just focus on my melody do my track record it and get rid of the saves because i lack hard drive space to keep all thos files

Casper? Don't you enjoy being on TIMGUL? To post your music for the entire world to hear? That and we have friends here. I have to really say to anyone why post your songs if you don't want anyone to listen to them, or to comment, to give their view on what they heard, or how the song made them feel. If the song was upbeat, or inspirational, even a sense of spiritual, if it were relaxing and peaceful, if it had a dance theme to it, a sci-fi outer space sound, if it was catchy leaving the main melody/chorus left in their head to where you hear it over and over again, or an infectious beat. I mean that's why we post our music, to let the World hear our creations, our thoughts, how we were feeling at that time we created the track/song. Also keep this in mind for anyone to respectfully and nicely suggest trying out something is not hurtful or intending to say "Your music isn't good enough", no it's merely a suggestion amongst friend and there's nothing wrong with that for sure. I really hope you realize that.... When someone suggests something constructively it is not out of malice or they are discrediting your work. A prime example is earlier Rikki suggested I try to change the kick drum in my track "Future Dreams" from the Subzap to another more typical kick drum. At first I thought, "Hmmm perhaps that might work." and then I figured what the hell. I tried it out.... I'm really glad I did. I took his advice/constructive criticism as a friend merely suggesting something. That's how you should approach things. And again for the last time we like your music. I like your music. Why do you question it? or question if it's any good? Stop doing so :)  Believe in yourself.

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Re: trance ressurection(jeskola buzz multi tracker vsti host DAW)
« Reply #5 on: October 01, 2009, 10:47:47 pm »
i have never said in this post my music isn't good-i just said i can't make changes-when i'm done with my track it's done that's all i said peace obviosly ppl can say what ever they want  i welcome any comments so say what u want to say  if it hurts me i'll deal with it respect to all
@rob i think misunderstood me man i understand what u are saying and i appreciate it i want ppl to listen and i want positive comments   casper
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Re: trance ressurection(jeskola buzz multi tracker vsti host DAW)
« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2009, 11:19:22 pm »
 :)
« Last Edit: October 01, 2009, 11:21:02 pm by .:.DJ Droppin.:. »
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