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matttrotman 2013-03-22 12:44

Getting music heard
 
Is anyone like myself trying to get there music heard on social networks such as Facebook?

Me too. How about I'll share your (soundcloud) tunes if you share mine?

https://soundcloud.com/skatty-1

DavidA 2013-03-23 03:23

OK. That sounds fun!

pastoreric 2013-03-23 06:25

You've got some great music my friend!

Wyggy 2013-03-23 10:12

It strikes me that you have to be at college in the USA to get so many comments you don't know which to read first. Maybe after a time you don't read any of them.

If you like someone's music, just follow them on Soundcloud (or Facebook etc.) and take the trouble to comment. Why not? :)

DavidA 2013-03-23 16:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wyggy (Post 1269964)
It strikes me that you have to be at college in the USA to get so many comments you don't know which to read first. Maybe after a time you don't read any of them.

If you like someone's music, just follow them on Soundcloud (or Facebook etc.) and take the trouble to comment. Why not? :)

Could you explain your comment
wyggy?

laino1210 2013-03-23 16:41

Sound cloud is where its at

Wyggy 2013-03-23 17:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by DavidA (Post 1270194)
Could you explain your comment
wyggy?

Yes! But why is that necessary? The thread is about getting music heard.

Just a couple of new comments:

Life is now dominated by the Facebook syndrome, but small groups have for a very long time gathered together to reinforce their common interests.

There was a programme on the BBC a few weeks ago about the "Rites of Spring". The first performance in London was almost ruined by heckling and cat calls from the audience. Opera goers could not accept another approach to opera than that to which they had become accustomed. The same people probably rejected Jazz ten or so years later.

Good music will always get an audience, first from people with open minds and then more generally. The true artist will pursue his art in spite of setbacks.

I will not try to produce a thesis. I am not an academic. :)


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