I see. In my case, perhaps I have been lucky enough to whip up a few "passable" beats that have been considered acceptable. Usin Cubase's Beat Designer certainly is usefulHolmseth wrote: ↑Tue Oct 08, 2019 2:06 amNot really but for me I think it is related to lack of drum and beats programming skills so I think I need to work on that or start collaborating with a urban beat maker so I don’t wind up using so many loops... I don’t knowsuperkons wrote: ↑Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:52 amDo they specify what the level of "sophistication" has to be?Holmseth wrote: ↑Mon Oct 07, 2019 11:11 pm
Thank you Glenn. Urban dramedy will be my main focus this year. I’m signed to two libraries but I have yet to get any urban dramedy singed to them so I’m not sure if I am totally nailing it They keep telling me the arrangements aren’t sophisticated enough. But I will get there eventually.
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TomCTWF wrote: ↑Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:36 amCongratulations!
That is some interesting information there, that it is good enough for TAXI, but not for some libraries, or were these tracks that did not go through TAXI?
My first answer got lost in translation or something so I’ll try again.
Some tracks have been sent directly to the library, but some have been forwarded by Taxi as well. The deals I have are direct results from from taxi forwards and I am really happy about that. But I do sometimes think that the screeners should have the bar even higher because the gole for all members must be to better ourselves so that we can deliver music with quality high enough for the industry as well as the taxi screeners. I certainly don’t agree when I see people writing that the screeners are to strict or have the bar to high. We are competing with professionals and rejections are our friends as long as we can learn from them. Anyway I am a happy taxi member and don’t have all the answers, just my opinion on the matter.
All the best and happy writing.
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