@LaMusique Are you saying you don’t sent voluntary your files to be considered to the Bargain basement ?
Exactly. I didn’t send my file there, it was placed there somehow for unknown reason.
I found out that one of my files is in the Bargain Basement too with no email notification. The track had 3 purchases before it entered there so I don’t understand the action. Personally, I don’t like the idea of Bargain Basement cause it makes the price lower.. and lower. I prefer removing the file from the site instead.
I got PRS Mirs electro guitar and Superior Drummer 2.
Its like 300 Spartans.. No connection really.. just a thought. Tough morning :))
Thanks Alberto! Reading it now.. great one
I guess, writing a hit song isn’t enough, you should promote it somehow.. marketing is important here. How do u promote it? Got a book on that ?
“Harmony and Voice Leading” by Edward Aldwell – this book teaches you from almost zero knowledge and forward – what are notes, what are scales, what are intervals, what are basic progressions etc.
“Dance music manual – tools, toys and techniques” and “How to make a noise” – those books are about electronic music and synthesis/sound design, they’re also “easy” to understand.
“Oxford history of western music” by Richard Taruskin – this book is just a history.. history of the music of all times, including 20th century.
I wish someone had given me the list of those 7 books 15 years ago.
There is a great book, more “easy and general” :
“Conversations With Igor Stravinsky”
“Study of Orchestration” 3rd edition by Samuel Adler
“Principles of Orchestration” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov
“Harmony and Voice Leading” by Edward Aldwell
“Counterpoint in composition” by Felix Salzer
“Oxford history of western music” by Richard Taruskin
“Dance music manual – tools, toys and techniques” 2nd edition by Rick Snoman
“How to Make a Noise” by Simon Cann