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Poland Biggest_Bigg_Fan Wondering how it got so low views, not enough advertisement prolly
2022-06-27 00:33
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CIS sexiestuser
progressive house is not really popular in their home country and not like russian labels are good enough to import music to the west either so no wonder
2022-06-27 00:43
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England Triturn
it also died back in 2015 sadly. Which is a shame because I quite like it. Still a die hard dnb fan though
2022-06-27 00:47
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Yeah, feels like world is going way too fast, future house and future bounce already dying too
2022-06-27 00:52
They’re in garrix’s label so it’s a bit different but still edm distribution got a lot harder with time
2022-06-27 00:56
Idk it sounds pretty generic to me and it ahs 1 million views, which is quiet a bit.
2022-06-27 00:49
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Not rly for edm standards, 1m is very average
2022-06-27 01:51
Can be put together in 30 minutes in Live or FL
2022-06-27 00:51
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If u wanna copycat then surely, the lead sound was engineered by the authors
2022-06-27 00:51
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I don't doubt that it's original, it's just that it requires minimal effort
2022-06-27 00:52
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If u say so come back to me in 10 minutes with something similar and Imma give you a skin
2022-06-27 00:54
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First, I edited the comment to say 30 minutes. Second, the fact that it's hard for me, doesn't mean that it's hard for someone who does music professionally. I never claimed to be able to do that, but I'm absolutely certain that someone who knows Live inside and out (so most electronic "musicians") would be able to produce such a short yet repetitive and generic tune in 30 minutes or less.
2022-06-27 01:02
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Underestimating skill without knowledge is a dunning-kruger effect nothing wrong about it, most producers with up to 3-4y experience wouldnt be able to make it in under 2hours to give the same energy and emotion, just to clarify
2022-06-27 01:02
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How do you call an effect of discovering a generic and unsophisticated thing and not realising that it's generic and unsophisticated due to lack of knowledge and exposure to less generic and more sophisticated things
2022-06-27 01:20
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Since I’ve been listening to edm for years, have a musical ear and could listen basically to anything, it simply hits different, brings much more emotion and depth than your average edm track, search top 50 progressive house drops for the year it got released, I’m sure you wont find many more alike
2022-06-27 01:14
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Which brings us to the question of value that progressive house music brings to this world
2022-06-27 01:15
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Now u wanna value music subgenres? In times of tiktok trends? Hell nah this convo becomes pointless
2022-06-27 01:17
yeah, no, he's right. that lead can be done in 10 minutes, i guarantee you
2022-06-27 06:16
i know people who make this kinda stuff, its way harder and more nuanced then most people think. it also can take hours and hours.
2022-06-27 04:19
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North Macedonia m3tAce
2022-06-27 02:01
sounds like something I would hear in a roblox tycoon
2022-06-27 00:56
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2022-06-27 00:58
haha true
2022-06-27 06:36
1Mi views
2022-06-27 00:58
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When youre making music for 12 years and get 1mi views on a track with t1 melody then something is wrong with the industry
2022-06-27 01:04
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lol 30yo prog jazz death whatever metal band 20yo fusion jazz artist both are mmore influential, more complex, more innovative and better and has less vies than the one ou mentioned
2022-06-27 02:41
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Based Cynic
2022-06-27 20:34
There is tons of musicians with incredible skill and decades of experience. I just think you underappreciate 1 million views. And in all honesty, Im not here to claim a song like this can be done in an hour or two, but it just doesnt compare to the complexity and soundengineering that alot of other WAY smaller artists have in their songs. Its easy to listen to, thats why it has so many views compared though. Some examples that come to my mind: You can follow some tutorials on youtube and learn how to make EDM similar to what you posted. You cant just learn doing the stuff that I linked you. Most people may like it less, but yeah, if you want to talk about talented people not getting exposure, more or less generic EDM like the song you posted is not the wya to go imho
2022-06-27 04:06
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+1 for alon mor, i had a great time hearing lands of delight for the first time bout a year ago
2022-06-27 05:03
I think you misunderstand sound engineering, the melody sound in the song I posted is a signature sound of Matisse & Sadko, making more complex songs but using sounds that are repeatable you might give your creativity a go but it isn’t the same as having your own desired sound, also tell me what subgenre should they go into to not sound „generic”? Their songs with Garrix sound insane and have a lot of depth with real instrument sounds but they cant seem to find success as a duo, thats what I wanted to discuss in this thread but not many people who know the scene came
2022-06-27 10:07
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I dont think I misunderstand sound engineering. Especially because its a broad term. Tbh, I dont know what you mean by "the melody sound"? You just mean the synth that plays the main melody? If yes, I dont see whats so special about it. It sound super generic and might as well be a preset in "Massive". Maybe some slight adjustments and thats where it ends. "also tell me what subgenre should they go into to not sound „generic”?" I think you can use almost every genre/subgenre and not sound generic. A classic example of that would be Deadmau5, obviously one of the alltime greats of the genre. Im mainly talking lder stuff here, his new stuff might be super generic based on todays standards, so I dont know. "have a lot of depth with real instrument sounds" See, I HIGHLY doubt they make those on their own. Maybe Im wrong in this case, but usually these EDM artists just make their stuff purely digital and if they are on a huge label that pays for stuff, they have people on that label that then take these electronic parts and get musicians to play the actual instruments and then they mix it in the original song. In that case, I wouldnt credit Matisse & Sadko for that. They probably just hade a plugin for strings. I can give you a super prominent example for this aswell: 3.2 billion views basically everyone and their mom knows this song. I would give alot of the credit to all the people that worked on it though, not Alan Walker himself. Why? Cause this is what he himself made: Thats the original track. And as a last note: Im not saying its bad music or someone shouldnt listen to it! :) What we like is subjective and there is no reason to argue about taste.
2022-06-27 17:04
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they don't make them on their own but Garrix does, you can look it up if you want, I'm not gonna judge Alan since there was a 12+ months gap between his tracks and when you get networking you can learn a lot, that's not a ghost production if you're doing something someone teached you.
2022-06-27 17:29
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Im not saying its ghostproduction. Im saying that labels and companies often pick up artists and in many cases that results in many people getting involved. The hardcore examples are popmusicians, where they often dont write the music, nor the lyrics. They may sing, but even that gets heavily edited by other people. Often they are just the face and a little voice, the rest is written and produced by other people. The same thing applies to alan walker here, its not a secret to look up who was involved and he 100% didnt not "overhaul" his old version, it was different people and more people that added lyrics, vocals, post production and mixing. Also: "they don't make them on their own but Garrix does, you can look it up if you want," Show me. I want to see garrix actually engineering his sounds from the very beginning. I HIGHLY doubt thats the case. There are very very few artists that actually do that. *edit* To be clear: Im not saying that they COULDNT do it, Im sure they have some knowledge. Im more pointing to the fact, that often the starting point is a preset or they follow the normal rules of for example making "progressive house lead synth". Its not like all of that is creativity, its often just following already present ruls and making slight adjustments to your liking.
2022-06-27 20:33
what the hell is this... sounds like some bullshit that will make me mute a youtube tutorial video
2022-06-27 01:57
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2022-06-27 02:05
It does sound like some youtube tutorial timelapse music lol, I'd probably keep it unmuted though.
2022-06-27 04:56
Brazil bugesy
it got low views because it sucks!!
2022-06-27 02:06
There's no objectively good or bad music, please stop...
2022-06-27 04:32
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Seychelles vikr
this is so generic
2022-06-27 04:35
Here is some music I recently discovered, 2 Lady's who have wonderful voices and sing songs with feeling. Hope u like them as much as I do :) Lisa Hannigan - I Don't Know Laura Gibson - Damn Sure
2022-06-27 04:40
1mil views for a big room house song isn't bad at all. there's definitely better songs on stmpd records with less views for example Vluarr only got 30k views for what i think his best piece yet
2022-06-27 04:48
United States InfraHaz
It’s mid
2022-06-27 05:35
2022-06-27 05:40
I present to you, 900 views
2022-06-27 06:56
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Mixing unclean and doubt there is mastering, after 10s of listening
2022-06-27 09:30
holy shit based STMPD RCRDS and Mattise & Sadko enjoyer i enjoy more future bounce/house and bass house but prog house never gets old <3 especially with martins new album
2022-06-27 17:29
house music is honestly for people with low IQ who can only follow 4/4 rhythm
2022-06-27 20:32
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