I really enjoy making music as well as mixing it, whether it is my own or with another artist. If you would like your music mixed send me an email and we'll make it happen! [email protected]
Music to me is a person's use of an instrument to convey their past, present, or future emotions through a series of different pitches to construct a song and tell a story that resonates with themselves and others. Music gives me joy and a constant drive to create and inspire others.
To continue to be happy playing music and helping others make their musical vision come to fruition.
make war obsolete.
...And Justice for All by Metallica.
That's pretty easy for me: Mastodon, Metallica, Opeth, Caligula's Horse, Baroness, Tesseract, and Toska
Literally, everything I see and hear.
Not really much of a message as in something linear but more along the lines of people using their minds to make out what that message might be that they hear in my music(if any).
Never done it, I assume I would be a bit nervous though but excited at the same time.
Really depends on what genres you are looking at and how the industry affects their work ethic within that genre. I'd say for the most part the whole music industry needs to be reformed to embrace the artist's work as a piece of art and not just a sales figure for their own personal gain.
I like it so far and definitely think it has tons of potential.
Being in a band where the creative process is one-sided to where I have to do all of the heavy lifting, especially when it comes to the recording/mixing/mastering.
I try to, there isn't much of a music scene where I live but if I have the time I'll try and go to a show or two.
I think the biggest one is having the drive to not just stop halfway and start something else or just stop period. You have to start something and see it through if you ever expect to see any return from it. No one is going to do it for you, as an individual, you are responsible for pursuing your own goals in this world.
Black Hill & Silent Island, Stellar Circuits, Toundra, The Omnific, Shubh Saran.