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Hi @TDM  ..... I don't know the answer. There are a few members here that do this for money with varying levels of success. When they get really successful they don't hang around here so much, I'd say.

I listened to some of your music, it sounds excellent and demonstrates some really nice production quality so I'd see you being very successful with this. I don't know too much about gaming but know you are VERY FORTUNATE that you got responses back from cold call emails! Congratulations! :)

I looked at your SC, Twitter and YouTube profiles and I'd suggest making more friends there. A lot of people aren't into this but following others and getting followers is part of the fun, really. I also believe that since you are getting responses if those developers go to your profiles and see hundreds or thousands of followers, likes and comments it makes you look better. Regarding Twitter : Just try to have normal conversations and fun dialog there. ...  right now your posts are more "check out my stuff" kind of posts.   
I could be wrong ... others won't agree, maybe..... you can ignore my advice. I'm only saying this because you said you tried networking there.

To me it sounds like you're doing great. It'll probably just take a bit  of persistence.           
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Songs for review / Re: Here's to you
« Last post by Pleudoniem on Today at 03:41:47 »
@Chris Spruit It's a great piece of work, although I think I agree with @LePlongeur that the lead guitar could be lowered a slight bit in the mix. The panned guitar works just fine, but it could be upped a tiny bit. The singing is great, leave it like it is. It's a typical blues song, and yes, Snowy White springs to mind.
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Songs for review / Re: Here's to you
« Last post by Lane on Today at 03:14:55 »
@Chris Spruit

holy crap Chris...this is great. I`m a fan of this song now..
just an absolute super performance , Lane    ::thumb::

I`m late ...I almost missed this song
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Challenges / Re: Ghost challenge - VOTING POLL
« Last post by Bill from November Sound on Today at 01:57:23 »
thanks @Goatrelated and @Susantaylor and @all who voted  :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

@all_others....only one more day  :o :o :o :o to get your votes in!....
help select the winner of this ghost-in-the-kitchen songwriting challenge


Wait for me @Dutchbeat  .... I haven't voted yet.  :whistle: 
The songs are all so good. It is a tough decision.
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Forum News/Updates / Re: Kitchen guidelines
« Last post by Mar T. on Today at 00:45:21 »
Gentle bump..
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Songs for review / Re: Miles Apart
« Last post by Pleudoniem on Yesterday at 23:02:40 »
@Alex Add a rhythm section and I could be listening to Fleetwood Mac. Very good singing to what sounds to me as a very introspective song. Like!
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Songs for review / Re: South of Chicago
« Last post by Alex on Yesterday at 22:55:47 »
This is unbelievable - wow! I love how you write and sound. The guitar is so fresh and your voice has a distant quality to it that draws the listener in. So lovely, thank you for sharing  ::thumb::
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Songs for review / Miles Apart
« Last post by Alex on Yesterday at 22:53:56 »
Evening all!

This is a new one of mine so would love feedback :) I will let the lyrics speak for themselves regarding the story behind the song.

Also, with the chorus - I have listened to it back  a few times and think the line would make more sense:
' know I won't, cause I don't AND I always come back to you' so I would plan to re-record with this, but would love any thoughts on this.

https://soundcloud.com/alexxxiii/miles-apart

Thanks!


Blue, blue like the eyes I have know
Two, Two of us dancing alone
You, you needed time on your own
Blue, blue as the sadness hits home

And I never think
I never think
I just drop it all and I run
x2

And I've travelled miles and miles
just to be next to you
and I've given you all I am
but it's never enough for you
and Maybe I'll leave if you
treat me like this but you
know I won't cause I don't
Always come back to you
miles and miles just be next to you
but it still feels like miles apart


Fire, fire like the eyes of my soul
Tired, tired of just living alone
My, my bodies aching so cold
Fire, burning through all that I've known

And I never think,
I never think,
I just drop it all and I run
x2

And I've travelled miles and miles
just to be next to you
and I've given you all I am
but it's never enough for you
and Maybe I'll leave if you
treat me like this but you
know I won't cause I don't
Always come back to you
miles and miles just be next to you
but it still feels like miles apart
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Songs for review / Re: Strangers
« Last post by Pleudoniem on Yesterday at 22:46:12 »
@Leonard Scaper Ah! Tape Wound strings. That explains it. I use tape wounds on fretless a lot. They work quite well here.
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@Leonard Scaper @Alex  Thank you :) That bass is a Fender P-Bass, so an actual bass guitar and played by my willing fingertips. The bass amplifier you hear is a replica of Jaco Pastorius' Big Bottom 360, which is quite punchy and round. I didn't use the fuzz that he liked to use a lot though.
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