Adi, I have been getting album sales out of nowhere months after the release This tool is awesome, a ton more likes, reposts as well resulting in my traffic skyrocketing. I don’t say this easily but this really works great. I had around 300 very niche targeted followers so the algorithm had good data to work with in the beginning by the way. This is targetting the right people! Thanks so much!
[Talking about my non-AJ personal music "artistic" project]
Tyler, nice articles I dropped a comment on the one you shared here.
Welcome! We’ve got fun and games… and Royalty free music Good luck
Sure thing man, my regards
Adi, I have been using it for a couple of days now for another musical project of mine on soundcloud and it definately seems to be catching on. The followers are legitimately interested and like the musical style. So the recommendation engine really works. Haven’t tried it out for BlueLionMusic (currently only at 40 subs on SC instead of the required 50) but I don’t think I will hesitate.
I like how it’s working so far
I am super proud of this one for the Children of Domestic Violence – http://cdv.org/Their book release video with Tony Robbins narration! (imagine that! – as a fan of tony myself) And for a great cause as well
My track in there is called “Epic Horror Suspense”.
Watch this first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFgu0q2otEc
Played in a Alternative Rock band for 7 years, rehearsing and gigging mostly small areas. Due to a very loud drummer (and using pieces toilet paper as ear buds when I started) my ear drums got a real proverbial beating. Been living with tinnitus for about 6 years now. When I go to a concert or a loud bar, I always and I mean always use earbuds. In my left ear there is a high pitched tone but quite silent, in my right, there is a constant morse tone at about speech frequency and it’s pretty loud. I can also hear another high pitch in my right ear. I actually went to see a ear nose throat specialist who noticed hearing damage in those frequency areas.
It will diminish as your brain learns to focus on other things (it helps to relax your nervous system, because you are in fight or flight mode). Avoid alcohol, coffee, stress and loud environments where you’re not using earbuds. I myself when I go to sleep put on some nature sounds as it kills the tinnitus a bit. It also helps to sleep to the side on the ear where your tinnitus is most noticable. Also since you’re a music producer, be careful not to over compensate trying to find relief from the noise and turn up the volume in your headphones/monitors too much. Adding more loudness to your environment will aggrevate the problem.
It’s different for everybody and I feel your pain, but have faith it will get less noticable over time , good luck.
Also, I would like to point out tinnitus is a massive problem for tons of people. I have no doubt advances in science (as it is researched quite a lot) will be able to tackle this issue fully in the near future. There are also a lot of support groups out there.
As for the rest of you: if you work / go out in very loud environments. Do yourself a favor and protect your ears with earplugs! Tinnitus is no joke.