Michael S. Weber replied to Stef Savastio's discussion Where to go from here....
"As others have said, I would REALLY REALLY REALLY pay close attention to what is already selling on these libraries.  If your music is not of the same style/genre and AT LEAST the same production value (if not better) than what is selling well,…"
Feb 11, 2013
Michael S. Weber replied to Les Harper's discussion YouLIcense
"I put a few songs up there and forgot about it.  8 months later I got $30 deposited into my paypal account, one of my tracks was used for a promotional cycling video in Singapore. "
Feb 2, 2013
Michael S. Weber replied to David Unger's discussion Commercial composing vs. "Music of the heart"
"I think it all boils down to what you really want to accomplish with your music:
-If you only want to make money, than you need to write music that people will pay for
-If you only want to express yourself creatively, then write exactly what is in…"
Jan 31, 2013
Michael S. Weber replied to Stef Savastio's discussion Where to go from here....
"For THE definitive list of music libraries, check out http://www.musiclibraryreport.com/
 A huge wealth of knowledge is on that site.
  Stef Savastio said:
Sorry... I mean to also ask this above all else....

Can we have a list of respectable…"
Jan 31, 2013
Michael S. Weber replied to Jeremiah Edward's discussion Breaking the Ostinato habit- Help with compostitoin
"This is a great idea! 
As has been stated already in this thread, anything I can do to get into a different compositional frame of mind (such as picking up a different instrument I'm not familiar with, moving to a new notation/recording medium,…"
Jan 24, 2012
Michael S. Weber replied to Jeremiah Edward's discussion Breaking the Ostinato habit- Help with compostitoin
"Agreed, ostinatos are NOT bad.  The point of the thread, however, isn't to bash ostinatos, it is to discuss ways to stray away from them when you find yourself using them as a crutch.  Whenever I find myself developing tendencies, it helps to spend…"
Jan 24, 2012

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