Five sound design tips that will get your music noticed

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6 Responses

  1. Floyd Kelly says:

    I’m reading your articles one-by-one for inspiration as I head into creating 12 new tracks for my 2014 compilation. I do this on occasion to learn something new and hopefully apply. I’m not stalking lol

  2. Richard says:

    Great article Kevin!
    I look forward to reading more of your articles!
    I definitely think that one must be truly creative and original to make good-sounding music.
    If you are just producing music to be cool or for monetary gain, then you make mediocre music (like a lot of the pop music out there.)
    You cannot be a silly copycat also (like a lot of the pop music out there.)
    I mean, it is ok to be inspired by other people’s ideas, but I think originality is important if one wants to be a great musician.
    I wonder what you think about my music!
    You are a soundcoach; these are some of my first productions. Please give me your honest critique.
    https://soundcloud.com/a-e-dynamo

    • Kevin Decock says:

      Hij, Richard!

      For sure I’ll have a listen to your music. I’ll contact you on the email you filled out when posting your comment with some feedback, soon!

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