@Legionbeats Definitely not me, but I know of many people here who definitely deserve a feature for their amazing work, including yourself. I can with certainty point to over half of the people in this group and say that they by far deserve a feature for at least some of their tracks. @Noah Kammer I feel like they didn't care at all, and were just like, "Eh, we'll just pick the first link that pops up and feature it.".
im super fkn pissed that this track is repping soundation rn
@ChordsBoy ik, I cant believe that it was featured over Legion or Mondaze :( I listened to gods on literally the lowest volume my computer could go and I still got a headache. iAwake shouldn't listen to the two people with the bigger voice (spamming), they need to listen to the majority voice.
Idk, Catalyst definitely didn't but it got featured anyway.
(And let’s be honest, who really deserves feature here)
I mean, if you look at the recommended page, you will see that it was only about one or two people that spammed it there. Not to mention Chrome bot liking it to get it onto trending.
Anarchy, I’m satisfied with that
Yup, and I really don't want to get on anyone's bad side here, but this I feel is necessary to get out. I REALLY do not understand why it's featured to begin with. It legitimately sounds like ear rape to me, the sound design is that bad. A lot of thoughts went into my head about the consequences of it being featured, such as thinking it would be a huge turn off to a lot of new users to hear such a song and know that it was made in Soundation, as if that's the potential of the studio! It actually makes me angry that it's featured. It was a really bad choice on Team Soundation's part -_-
Also I linked here in my bio so we can get some more peeps
This drama w/ Overdoze on "Gods" is fucking embarrassing. He tells me to fuck off after I tell him I don't like the bit-crushed chords. When I tell him it's feedback, he says it's not. You can look at my mile long comment on the track to see me try to get the concept of subjective opinions into his thick skull.