At 2/4/12 01:33 AM, LopendePaddo wrote:
anyone know how i can get people to actually wright feedback? publicity on newgrounds is something i dont have so few listens even fewer reviews / votes...
Sorry but I find it really silly when people with barely any forum posts and barely any music reviews come and ask how to get feedback. If you want exposure and reviews, you've got to make an effort on your part.
Review other people, and make your reviews a bit detailed and helpful. Actively take part in the Audio Forum and get known a bit more. Give some audio competitions a shot - there are monthly competitions, bi-monthly competitions, annual competitions and other miscellaneous competitions in this forum; you've got loads to choose from. See if you can find someone to collaborate with. Work on improving your music with the feedback you get, and put more effort in your music.
You can make use of these threads:
Work In Progress Advice Thread!
Review Request Club
And when you get a decent fanbase, sometimes (although not all the time or you might be seen as annoying) you can PM each one when you submit a new track which you worked hard on, asking them politely to check it out if they get the time.
Lastly, be patient. You won't start off getting many reviews, but the more active you get with the community and the more you improve, the more reviews you'll receive. Also, may I suggest to improve your grammar? Believe it or not, putting effort in the grammar of your posts/reviews will greatly increase your credibility and give a better impression of yourself, and this helps you get more feedback.
Do all that, and then see if I'm right or not!