I think you like everyone else are biased and suffer from the same amount of subjectivity as the rest of us…
Some are stuck in the old cliches, some are pushing new boundaries and everyone is experimenting. Same with the potential buyers.
I think it looks ugly and prefer the old simple one. There seems to be almost too much information it is kind of confusing.
I also think that people should have to leave a comment to leave a rating… So then authors can learn.
Sounds like a combination of “AxelF – Beverly Hills Cop” and “Oh My God” by some random funny couple on the net.
That sucks… i was doing pretty well on there, but I did recently remove most of my TRAX stuff because you would not let me create a full album to put onto it.
$4 (non-member) for a song was a crazy idea in the first place, hehe.
Let’s also not forget that avoiding copyright issues and plagiarism is always the author’s responsibility.
That is the scary thing for the person who literally copied the melody from this song:
Cold Play – Clocks: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbI1FpLd4Vk
I understand Scott, I am all for the new changes and awareness… I just wanted to bring this one up as a warning and sign that it isn’t cool and I doubt the big musicians would be appreciative.
I hope so, cause I would hate to be the author of that and have some company broadcast it (with they probably would seeing how popular the original was) within a commercial (for only $70-80, lol)... It was SO close to the real deal, I can only imagine they would be paying for part of their life in jail or the rest of their life in lawyer fee’s.
ADG3studios saidI find it interesting because I have heard multiple tracks on here that are literally 1-3 notes away from being some of Cold Plays world famous songs. They some how seemed to get past the AJ reviewers radar. I do not remember which tracks and who the authors are, but they made me drop my jaw and think to myself “Oh my God, this author just ripped off the big boys… Yikes! Lawsuit, once that ends up in a commercial.”
I think if you hear a track and automatically think ‘this is reminds me of this TRACK?’ then that’s a bad thing, but if you hear a track and think ‘this reminds me of this BAND’, then you’ve not crossed the line.
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