Actually Wags, he posted pretty much how I feel about this. There isn't any 'my satisfaction' involved here. People (including myself) have taken time to give you constructive feedback and your replies are basically always the same evasive bs to keep yourself from committing to just about anything that would better your results. At the same time you are questioning the fact that some streaming service won't take you up in their portfolio while the answer is clear; your production value is below the mark.wagtunes wrote: ↑Mon Dec 02, 2019 3:31 pmI was simply stating the facts. He listed a number of things he said I should have done on the track. I told him that I did do those things. So obviously, I didn't do them enough for his satisfaction. Nothing to do with spirit. Just cold hard facts.
You didn't do anything of what I proposed (or others), because then it would be evident in your results. Seriously, opening up a mix by using constructive EQ and bussed reverb and such is pretty OBVIOUS in a mix when it's done. Your mixes are leveled nicely, but there is not much else going on there.
So basically you are asking for feedback, but only want to hear how good you are. And stop the "I'm not good enough, it i what it is" rhetoric as a recurring theme to hide behind. People who are telling you that your tracks sound great, fantastic or whatever term they use to describe absolute quality, are not doing you any service, as your tracks production don't rise above demo quality. They simply don't sound like there was any serious production time thrown at them. And to be clear here, at the pace you are pumping them out, it is impossible to get to a production level result, as that takes time. It's as simple as that.
But hey, you are showing you have a firm grasp on your do's and don'ts so yeah.... that's the spirit.