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OlexandrIgnatov says

Hello guys!

This will be useful for especially people who are new to music business and to AudioJungle.

Great and short piece of advice to help you stand up from the tons of artists and songs here and be visible. Of course, that’s only a part to success – but a major one!

Link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_thPqzBWY4

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expresssoul says

Yeah great advice! But I think that finally every musician will find his own sound. It`s about time. Nobody really wants to be someone`s copy all the time. Temporarely, yes.

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OlexandrIgnatov says

For sure! We all go this way when start creating our own music. First decide to make some music – imitate the greats – outcomes into a something personal and unique, with time…:)

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Karisigurd4 says

That’s pretty generic advice though. And if the music itself sucks or the orchestration/arrangement/mixing etc. isn’t up to the standard of appropriately being able to convey what it’s meant to, then that self-obsessed “personal touch” means absolutely nothing.

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OlexandrIgnatov says

That’s pretty generic advice though. And if the music itself sucks or the orchestration/arrangement/mixing etc. isn’t up to the standard of appropriately being able to convey what it’s meant to, then that self-obsessed “personal touch” means absolutely nothing.

I agree and thats why I mentioned “to help you stand up from the tons of artists and songs here and be visible. Of course, that’s only a part to success – but a major one!”

That means that you probably didnt arrange, mix and mastered your song in a bathroom and if your song it accepted by AJ it means it pretty meets the standarts.. But so many people today here have outstanding arrangements, mixes and sound fantastic and are invisible to the audience because of lack of commitment to properly brand themselves and stand up.

That was my point.

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