we all work hard trying to come up with new ideas for the perfect song to showcase our signature sound that we have developed over the years.
like many of us, we show as many people as possible to get crucial feedback in hopes of turning a listener into a dedicated fan.
Of course if you are making mainstream music, your response will normally be better because of how little risk was involved and according to a popular belief it fits the "formula" to create a perfect pop song.
this is not what this feed is about.
If you are like myself I tend to create music with no goal in mind other than to stick true to the sounds I enjoy most and to just let it flow. And when trying to turn everyday listeners into dedicated fans there is a huge risk involved because you are leaving no room for compromise between musical tastes.
Now heres the question, Is it possible to become the successful music producer you dream of without ever having to succumb to the popular template of popular music.?
Do amateur artists have the same opportunity to shape tomorrows sound as big room producers? If so how much of that shift takes place because of social media and how much is accredited the raw talent?
Thanks for taking interest in my thoughts. I was thinking about this because the music I make has a very specific vibe to it which is far from the mainstream formula and sound. This is the art I like to make and portray myself through but I also want everyone who shares the same music taste as me to be able to experience the hard creative work and to ultimately help inspire me to make more music through their fanatic support.
Any rapper, singer, beatbox, spoken word, remixer please visit my soundcloud.com/agatorinseattle and shuffle through the various genres I have brewed up and stretch your creative limits by diving into a new sector of music.
5 years producing on abletonlive, NI massive, fm8