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Old 05-18-2017, 11:46 AM
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Default Is Speed Audio-Mixing Next?

First we had speed dating. Now we have speed songwriting. Can speed audio mixing, or composing for film/TV be far behind?
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Old 05-18-2017, 12:07 PM
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Thats just bullcrap if you ask me. Nobody with any talent what so ever would work like that. Inspiration comes when it comes and no book or dvd will ever teach someone to gain any talent ever to write and make music as thats not teachable.

Engineeriing and producing can be taught but somgwriting is not the same and even though we are bombarded with home produced songs on the web it doesn't translate into paying customers. Jjst that the noisefloor has been moved since CD and Vinyl records. Now all the aggregate software and websites are almost free more and more hopefulls join and "release" songs and "albums" but that goes nowhere. I know MANY of these DJ wannabees who "release" songs week๖y but the songs doesn't go anywhere. Stale crap whoch comes out in the thousands week๖y and are forgotten the next week

Songs still need to bring out emotion good or bad in order to move someone to buy a song.

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Songs still need to bring out emotion good or bad in order to move someone to buy a song.
We certainly hope that those rules haven't changed.
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I agree, Christopher. Sometimes an idea can develop quickly. Other times, you have to let it mellow and stew for a while. There's no one way to write a song, or compose a music track.
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Speed mixing is already the norm in audio post.
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Old 05-20-2017, 01:43 PM
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Heck, now all we need is speed-listening, and we can get rid of all those pesky humans once and for all!

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Speed mixing is already the norm in audio post.


Not just audio! Some deadlines are bonkers nowadays!
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