|07 March 2018 06:25|
|added more musicoin tracks|
|03 March 2018 10:42|
|Hello dear friends.Alex from Ugochill here.Just want to thank ACR for this awesome concept that I fully cherish and support and to thank all of you for your support.I`m on little vacation coming back tomorrow and will go back into relentless listening of your works and you can count on my support round the clock.Much respect and regards. Peace.!|
We keep on rocking and we don`t stop.
|04 March 2018 20:45|
|Thank You so much Juxta. It was fab..and now I`m back. :)|
|03 March 2018 12:00|
|Thank you very much for your kind words! :-)|
Hope you`re having a fab vacation!
|02 March 2018 13:45|
|I`m not sure I get this argument. Surely people just choose from the dropdown menu what platform they want to listen to. Personally, I prefer one that actually pays musicians, such as Musicoin. Soundcloud gives you zip!
|02 March 2018 23:45|
|everyone`s different....whatever works...go for it, if it`s not working change it, ACR is my favourite right now|
|02 March 2018 22:29|
Peter & Ella
|personally i have been looking for a platform that non musicans can listen too, SC failed that test its ok you are on that platform but musicion has been showing some good results to fans who are non musicains music lovers add that too all the ones who are on here and it really shows that it can be a good platform i am mainly using spotify and musicion |
|02 March 2018 22:06|
|I agree Stevee, SC pays ZILCH, but i must be honest, if it wasnt for SC, i wouldnt have found ACR|
|02 March 2018 20:56|
|Well some of us are not into it for the pennies but rather for the exposure and the feedback. You (or rather I) get more comments from other sites. That`s my take on it anyway.|
|01 March 2018 23:27|
|Hey guys, I`ve found some of you on Musicoin already, but the search function is a little tedious. Add me and I`ll get your stuff into my music queue. Great way to support each other! :)
|16 February 2018 14:39|
|Musicoin is okay, seems promising, worth doing. Too bad everyone seems to have ignored Soundcloud and Spotify. Musicoin is another way to reach potential fans, but, (correct me if I`m wrong) from what I`ve read, that "money" our songs earn is like "virtual" money worth a little less than Monopoly money, so...
|01 March 2018 01:57|
|Trying musicoin, found some artists I know already. I`m open-minded to it but still not 100%|
|28 February 2018 11:22|
|But yes there are fees. You still end up with orders of magnitude more per play than Spotify et al. |
|28 February 2018 11:21|
|Lots of people have cashed out into Paypal. You have to jump through some hoops at the moment but once you know how it`s just a case of going through the steps.|
|28 February 2018 01:38|
|And I would LOVE to be wrong. How much, if any, real money have you been paid? And I hope nobody pays any "fees" up front to get their money out. Best tell them to deduct it from what you`re owed and remit the balance to your paypal account.|
|28 February 2018 00:38|
|Juxta, I`m going by what the ppl running it have said. When asked how to cash out, they said, right now, there is no way. Now, that was a couple of weeks ago. Maybe there is a way. Only way I can see is if someone invested in a pool of money. Where does the money come from? Seems its all going out, since uploads and plays are free.|
|27 February 2018 09:13|
|Promising Indeed. Gonna need a proper website from Musicoin to be sure. That being said, I`m all in with Musicoin. I never have put my music on spotify, as they don`t respect the artists work, by handing out less than crumbs for our creativity. Just recently uploaded some promo materials to soundcloud. I basically use sc like youtube and release snippets that are tagged to beat hell.|
|17 February 2018 08:02|
|Yeah I`ll correct you Trendlaser - you`re wrong :P|
Seriously though you can cash it out any time you want.
There are some fees to pay but it`s still a lot more than you get anywhere else even after the fees.
|17 February 2018 03:32|
Peter & Ella
|Musicion is definetly worth doing i have never been a fan of soundcloud only because non musicains seem to struggle with listening to it i am definetly not negecting spotify but the fact musicion pays around 10 times the amount of spotify its getting popular |
|27 February 2018 08:59|
|What`s good world!|
I`ve joined this community at ACR because they are pushing Musicoin hard af right now, and that`s certainly the place for all independent artists to be. Industry leading $ is earned by streaming music. Still in beta (coming up on a 1.0) It`s fresh and worth looking into for all Musicians.
Quit your day job - Do music full-time.
I`d love to connect with you All through social media and also here @ https://musicoin.org/nav/artist/0x602ccfd8079ffdfcb6e885302d0525d70e8a145d
|23 February 2018 22:13|
|Need a little help and can`t find a "Contact Us" anywhere. I`ve copied a couple of my songs from Musicoin to here but it`s showing up as a "Runtime Error" and when I try to delete it, it won`t let me, it seems there`s an error on a error! Does anyone know how I can fix this please? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
|21 February 2018 16:53|
|I really loved your site when it first started. Unfortunately, it`s essentially unusable now. Atom Collector Records struck me as a grassroots movement when I first signed up-which I think is great. So, I`m not sure why you would switch to an even smaller grassroots movement before really establishing yourself. It`s a shame, because I rarely visit the site anymore (since I can`t even listen to anything), and indie artists are not being heard or supported as a result.
|21 February 2018 17:04|
|I`m sorry to hear that but I`m not really sure what you mean by "unusable"? |
I haven`t switched anything. I have just added more options and therefore given people more choice.
One thing that has been evident as I have met more and more independent musicians is that they feel as though they are not treated fairly by the big streaming services so when new offerings appear that attempt to address this I feel it only right that I add them.
I do not force anyone to listen to any particular source. Everyone is free to choose.
If you have any suggestions I am always willing to listen and then we can all discuss it as a community and I will make the changes that the majority would like to see.
|15 February 2018 09:30|
|Hi. Anyone can suggest me how to rise the volume of the master? And after the master is done?
|21 February 2018 02:32|
|or Audacity....but don`t let it clip!!!! lol :)|
|21 February 2018 02:27|
|20 February 2018 21:10|
|I`ve used Bandlab in the past. You can do simple mastering there and choose various volume levels/mixes. Best of all, it is free (at least it was when I last used it!)|
|20 February 2018 14:20|
|In logic you can use advanced limiter for that, it allows you to increase the volume while remaining the same mix. I`d suggest that you use not to many dB, then it`s better to make sure your overal volume is towards the level you like and then you can increase the gain with the limiter with a few dB. |
|20 February 2018 12:28|
|Thank You. Normally I worked with a Pro Studio. Now I wanna go one by myself so for this song (You`re in My Heart Again) I used simply GB, but it`s hard to have high volumes. I also have Pro-tools-first but it`s quite difficult to operate. I would buy LogicPro but I don`t know if it`s worth to. You? What`s your DAW?|
|20 February 2018 11:35|
|Cool. What did you use? Ah, musicoin; joining is on my very full todo list|
|19 February 2018 07:10|
|Thank You. At the moment I solved the problem with a very very little distortion. The new tune is ready:|
If you have time to listen it please tell me if it`s radio-broadcastable
|19 February 2018 05:16|
|Lewis Sound Editor is only available from the Microsoft STORE. I think it`s in the "Utilities" section. Or look under "apps" and type "Sound editor" in search box. A couple of free ones should pop-up. Cannot advise you on those, haven`t used them. Good luck. Anything you get may require trial and error.|
|18 February 2018 19:33|
|Thank You. I did not think about Audacity, maybe it`s enough. I`ll check that `Sweetwater`, too. |
|18 February 2018 19:01|
|What recording software and which platform are you already using? It also depends on the mix you already have. If just a simple volume boost is needed, use your own DAW or free Audacity. Also various types of plug-ins could help, like a compressor or amp. I`m not sure about Windows, but Macs have built in plugins and there are lots of free ones out there. If you want to buy something better search "Mastering Software" on a site like Sweetwater |
|16 February 2018 18:25|
|Excuse me @Trendlaser. If I digit `Dark Co.` or `Lewis Editor` everything opens but music stuff. Can you tell me the specific sites, please? |
|16 February 2018 17:13|
|Thank You :)|
|16 February 2018 14:20|
|Hi Mauro, Dark Co. is right. If you have a good sounding master and want to make it hotter/louder, I recommend the Lewis Editor available from Microsoft Store. You can load your track, then click on "effects" and pick EQ/Amp from menu. Note EQ/Amp has a box top left to (check/uncheck) and a sliding scale for "Amp" - to + and check the difference as it plays. Best $6.99 I`ve spent. (Not affiliated with co.)|
|15 February 2018 12:02|
|Mastering! Makes all the difference. In days gone by pressing plants used to make glass masters from which they would press the discs. Mastering makes things louder, can lose some dynamics if you`re not careful, and you can change the tone by adding or cutting bass or treble. Most producers use digital methods these days, and on the Wud Records main studio computer is some awesome mastering software called T-Racks. Check it out! Plenty of info to read online. Good mastering can make (or bad = ruin) a decent final mix. Worth taking the time to become good at it! It`s a bit of a road to travel. Best of luck!|
|20 February 2018 12:47|
|Logic is very powerfull and easy to use^^|