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Brix Boston

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  1. Thank you for making this tutorial. I'm especially interested in using Cakewalk and Bandlab for HipHop, Rap, Pop, etc. I subscribed with notifications and I'll share your channel with my friends if you're going to be making more of these videos. One critique, I think that you could do with explaining more about what you're actually doing because someone new has little idea what you're doing. I would love to see a beginners series from you such as: - Setting up your workstation - Picking your samples and importing them - Using various parts of the program (piano roll, track view editing, etc.) - Making different Type beats - Recording vocals - Mixing a beat - Mixing vocals - Finishing the song - Uploading to Bandlab for a collaboration -etc etc
  2. Is there a forum specifically for using BandLab online only and those using the app? Seems like a totally different "crowd" between desktop users and app users. There also seems to be different issues and troubleshooting going on.
  3. I'm new here ☺️ Hey! As you already know, overhead and expenses can get costly as a DIY musician. We've all learned to cut corners to save a few bucks (so we can spend it later on more pressing non-free stuff like a new Fender lol...) So, beginning to end, what free stuff and free websites/sass/services do you use or recommend? Note: Please no referral/aff links. I don't work for or endorse any of the following: This site helps you manage your song splits (only) https://songsplits.com/ This one does this same for song splits with additional features for managing the whole collaborative process (works nice alongside BandLab) https://auddly.com/ Pretty much All Music, editable and claimable. Attempting to sync meta data I think. Control your credits and watch the songs you've contributed to. https://muso.ai/ This is a social media type of site, sort of. It's new. Mainly, it's attempting to become a place where all your music can be cataloged. The focus seems to be on songwriters and composers looking to pitch their songs to indie artists. But it also provides some things like a free website and some types of monetization. https://rhythmic-rebellion.com/ A really good free-ish app for selling merch and doing inventory at shows. https://getmerchapp.com/ Maybe we can make a Masterlist by category? Composition & Songwriting Collaboration Recording / Mixing / Mastering Sounds, Loops, VSTs, Presets Distribution & Uploading Publishing Admin & Rights/Meta Marketing (Promo, Ads, Publicity) Networking and Finding People Video Creation & Editing Graphic Design Tools Stock Images and Videos Fonts and Other Visual Assets Blogging, Vlogging, Podcasting Live Streaming Band Management (Splits, Setlists) Accounting & Taxes Email & List Management Music Business / Indie Label Management Tools What are some of the 100% freebies you use or recommend?
  4. Thank you. I think this is a great idea. I'd be very interested in learning more about mixing and mastering, as well as, making urban music genre beats in this daw.
  5. @Creative Sauce I'll check it out and sub. I'd be really extra interested if you do a tutorial series on making a modern hip hop beat with song, with harmony vocal hook & then show how you mix and master it. Beastie Boys cover? Either way, I'm watching. I'm especially fascinated by learning how to do industry quality mixdowns in this daw, or the closest thereto.
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