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Music just talks to me, tells me how it wants to sound. A lot of rhythms I produce are made just automatically. I rarely go into a new song with intent. I just let it flow.
My music dream used to be DJ'ing in front of large crowds. The dream was killed so I moved onto just dreaming my music will one day be heard by large crowds.
The education system. It's fucked and victimizes students trying to better themselves.
Too many to list. I used to record the radio onto tapes and had many songs on those tapes. 90's hip hop was mostly what I listened to during my childhood. It was great.
I listen to a variety of musical artists.
I don't know. It just kind of called to me in 2008 and I've been at it ever since. Had to teach myself, I didn't have a mentor who taught me.
I just want my message to be different. However someone interprets it is up to them. I just want it to be something new to them.
I used to love it. Don't know how I feel about it now.
Many people are musicians now. I think that streaming services that can introduce new music to people based on their previous likes is great for new artists to get heard. That's the biggest problem right now. New music isn't being heard.
First time here.
Not having enough time to just sit and work on new music.
I used to. The local scene has changed too much and I doubt I would know anyone still involved in it.
Well produced IE sound dynamics, mix down, mastering, chord progression, etc. Can't have a sloppy amateur sounding track if you want a larger audience to hear you. A strong first impression is most important.
I will be sharing these artists through my label.