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I haven't tried bandcamp yet but i probably should lol.
everything, if not almost everything school/college related seems fucking corrupted honestly imo well it is to me at least lol they never make things interesting and you are never taught what you are needed to be successful in the music industry at least thats how it feels to me, It fucking sucks. When i improve at making music eventually I will put it on spotify but idk what the fucks gonna happen in the future yet i'm not that good as a producer and i've not had too much experience so i would be better at working at a record company or some shit lmfao.
i personally know about 15 to 20 people who make their living off music, and dont tell me that thats bullshit. every single person at my music school makes good money off of music and can live their lives happily, doing what they love, music. That pessimistic mentality just shows that you dont really love music as much as some people. If you loved it, you would make it
wtf trillan, im not going to be a fucking dj, i never fucking said any thing i make in FL or soundation will get me money, but i know plenty of people, (obviously more then you know) who have made it in music, not electronic dumbass shit but other thigns. teaching, playing at clubs etc. i will make a living of music regardless of your bullshit statements
Not sure how to counter that but there are many things in that statement that are false. You can get a job as producing music if you get signed to a label. Life is for hAppiness but jobs are part of life. I’m gonna pursue music but go to college and have a decent job as a back up. Don’t tell people what to do and what they aren’t going to do like that.
You won't make it. You might get a "musical engeneering" degree in some college, but no employer is looking to hire a fucking dj. That degree only exists for the college to make money. They don't care if you find a job or not, they just want you to take an expensive course. Do well in school, get a STEM degree, get a high paying job with good off-time, and follow your passions with your time. Jobs are for making money, not to be happy. Life is for being happy.
Ok, but that’s not rlly what making it means, just say that you wanna make a living of it
no, making it (at least in the sense I'm thinking of) means making a living out of music. I'd love to teach or play at clubs and shit and have production be kinda a extra thing, but i wont be mainstream if im teaching
@ trillan which is why i was talking to unique @noah bruh why, if all your friends leave then theres no point, it doesnt benefit you and youll be bored as hell making friends with qwazy and elementalmusic.
Well, no matter how big I get Im sticking to my soundation guns