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Hey guys! I'm a 24 year old guy from Belgium and I'm new here ^^. I've been making music for a couple of years now but not as frequent as I do now. I do it for fun so I don't take it that seriously, but I would like to get some feedback from people that I don't know. I let my friends hear it but it's not the same as the feedback from a total stranger ^^. So I would like to know what you guys think!

The thing is that I can't seem to finish a song. After a while I run out of lyrics and then I don't know what to do. Anyway, you can still listen to my voice and tell me what you think of it .

I don't know if the genre will fit in here. It's more of an R&B-ish style (or at least I try to). To be honest, I don't know what genre it is :).

As I said before, everything is incomplete. Some parts will be looped etc.




I'm using droplr to let people hear my music because I don't want to spread it around to much.

Please let me know what you think! Be honest, but be gentle :).

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Finishing a song is just a matter of knowing when to quit. And you don't have to create lyrics for every moment of music. The voice is a musical instrument.

Interesting use of autotune on all 3 songs. Very good as mood music. I could see this being a hit in dance clubs. And also, synchro licensed in movies.

First, copyright the music. register it with ASCAP in the US and with SESAC internationally, then market it to movie studios. You can then get synchronous mechanical rights (synchro rights) for a mechanical recording synchronized with a motion picture.

As far as singing goes, there is not a lot of range but it doesn't seem to be a requirement for this style. The main effect is the autotune, which does create a cool mood.

Probably the most direct song as far as storytelling is "High Heels." Make that a club single. And count the money rolling in from the mechanical rights every time a dance club plays it.

You are a good producer.

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Thank you for the kind words :).

What I ment with incomplete is that the songs only have a chorus in it. I want to have a couples of verses in there as well. The ultimate goal for me is to be able to create a song with lyrics that I'm able to preform as well.

In order to do that I would need verses where my voice is solo. But I'm afraid to put my voice solo because for me it doesn't sound that great.

Maybe I should just try to record something where I only use 1 track for the vocals, so you could hear how I really sound ^^.

As for my producing skills, I still have a lot to learn (also about singing!). But I think I'm on the right track :).

(And I'm not using autotune ^^. I do love pitching my vocals and putting some effects on it.)

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Okay, well, drop the pitching.

Sing something as straight as you can with minimal effects on the track. I know that is probably opposite of what is popular in that genre of music but it would allow us to better appraise your voice.

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