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The production might be my only healthy hobby at the moment. I produce for cca 3 years in FL Studio. Started on some very bad sounding Synth-Rock/Metal and now i am into darker Electronica. Are there any hobbying fellow producers?

 

Last time i collaborated on my track with @ed_lecter - a great guitarist and metalhead that i found out on this forum. After i seen his cover video performed on his guitar here in the promote yourself category, i contacted him and he recorded a great and fitting guitar solo in my track that i post in the bottom of this mssage.

 

Music production is a complex and "hard to get great" hobby. It is rewarding, yet frustrating to me sometimes. 

 

 

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I am curious who and why moved this thread from Hobbies to Promote Yourself category? It is a hobby like others. I don't understand. I think you should put in hobbies. It doesnt belong here in this category.

 

I just see @FatherAlabaster is the only one online now. Tried to sent you a message, but since you disabled messages i am writting here.

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22 minutes ago, Eternal_ said:

I am curious who and why moved this thread from Hobbies to Promote Yourself category? It is a hobby like others. I don't understand. I think you should put in hobbies. It doesnt belong here in this category.

 

I just see @FatherAlabaster is the only one online now. Tried to sent you a message, but since you disabled messages i am writting here.

I moved it. I'm sorry you couldn't get through via private message; it's not disabled but my inbox is full. Unfortunately this happens a lot; inbox space here is very limited. 

Regardless of whether you see it as a hobby or something more professional, the Promote Yourself section is the place we have set aside for sharing your own music. It's just another section, everyone can still see your post, and I'm sure they'll respond to it if they want. For whatever it's worth, this section is where I share my own art and music, too, it's not a gulag. 

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