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Jesse Screed

Bandlab needs new OLD artists!

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What about you?

But what about you?

Well what about you?

Hey, what about you?

https://www.bandlab.com/

But, but , but, but

peace is so Pollyanna

Them kids!

Do you want to educate them, or teach them a lesson?

Don't see no hooks in your But t.

 

 

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What.....?

He said they need more old artists.

What?

He said they need more old artists.

What?

HE SAID THEY NEED MORE OLD ARTISTS.

What?

HE SAID THEY NEED MORE OLD ARTISTS.

Oh................

hang on a minute.....

GET THOSE DAMN KIDS OFF MY LAWN!!

What was the question again?

 

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If that means more (some?) music on there, I heartily agree.   I confess I haven't visited it since Bandlab bought CW and I checked it out.  I was bored to death by the abundance of utter dross from wannabes whose only musical instrument is an iPhone.  A plethora of 'beats' and an almost total absence of music.  There, I said it before someone else did.  😄😉

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When I previously visited the Bandlab website and tried to use the online DAW, I received an error message stating the online DAW requires Chrome.  I use Firefox so I figured if they can't support my browser, why bother.

Recently I tried again and the online DAW works seamlessly with Firefox.  A big thumbs up to Bandlab for broadening their browser support.

Bandlab has an online Cakewalk community.  The community has a small number of members but very few messages have been posted.

I've listened to a few songs members have posted.  I've found some that I think I would be interested in collaborating with but I'm still feeling my way around.

As an aside, I've downloaded a baritone guitar soundpack that may prove interesting to play with.

I'm still learning but Bandlab seems to have a lot to offer, you just have to find someone you'll feel comfortable approaching.

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There are Musicians and there are DJ's.  It's always been that way. In the 80\s- 90's those bastards stole all our gigs.... now they are taking control of our recording software...grump ,,, grump...  

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that's why you need to be both a musician and a DJ.  or vice versa. sometimes even DJ between band sets. oh, and practice those MC skills as well. 🙂 

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Trust me. I did that back then. Then I figured out I could charge the same fee by just renting the equipment to them

They loved this because every family has someone who is a wannabe DJ.  
I loved it because I didn’t have to be at yet another lame party.  
 

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