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At 9/1/14 12:22 AM, johnfn wrote:At 9/1/14 12:17 AM, MegaMettaurX wrote: People shouldn't be getting butt hurt over one line reviews. Even you gave me a one line review. and I'm not even mad about it. You let me know that what I was doing was on the right track. Why should any one get sour faced about that?Normally on the portal, one line reviews are fine, but in the R4R thread they indicate (whether it's true or not) a lack of effort. When you give a single line review it looks like you want feedback but you're not willing to go to the effort of giving legitimate feedback to someone else.
I'm pretty sure that was a R4R thing, because I posted two tracks, and one of them didn't get reviewd, IIRC. But none of that even matters, because it doesn't bother me.
At 9/1/14 12:36 AM, MegaMettaurX wrote:People shouldn't be getting butt hurt over one line reviews. Even you gave me a one line review. and I'm not even mad about it. You let me know that what I was doing was on the right track. Why should any one get sour faced about that?
Not sure if it's been mentioned since I didn't bother reading so far back, but the whole point of the R4R thread is for people to point out flaws in your music so that you know where to improve.
There's nothing wrong at all about a general 'Hey this is a nice track I like the vibes', but if you want general comments like that, you should look elsewhere. The R4R thread is almost purely for constructive criticism.
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At 9/1/14 04:08 AM, DjAbbic wrote: snip
Oh, well in that case I guess I won't be using that thread, unless I actually need feed back, like on a new idea of mine.
Why do I care that someone wants to write a 10 paragraph essay on why they do or don't like my style? seriously. An artist doesn't need that shit unless they specifically ask for it. You're missing my point entirely, so I'm done with this conversation.
You'll get nowhere with that attitude =_=. You're music ISN'T perfect. Neither is mine. Why do you think that the casual listeners won't give you feedback? Has it ever fallen into you that it might because they don't enjoy what you make either? Maybe yo ushould consider some feedback by your peers? It's true that music is subjective, but honestly if your mixing sucks it will sound bad for everyone including casual listeners.
I'm going to say it again, you won't get anywhere with your music, or with your life with that attitude. You seriously need to rethink what you are saying here.
I guess this is what you call ignorant...