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What I Would Change About The Music Industry: Digitized and Desensitized

One of the things I dislike most about the music industry is also something I really enjoy, so I suppose I’ll have to be the objective Devil’s advocate – or just seem contradictory. What I’m talking about here is technology in distribution. Basically digital music. To preface what follows: when I say I dislike these things, know that my band uses all the digital platforms for our music, and I’d like to think we use them well. But my complaint is that technology has made so much music available that…

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What I Would Change About The Music Industry: Taking Control Of Your Own Material

For me, being an artist is about showing the world that I’m only human. I’ve always felt that when I give people something that’s real to me, something that honestly reflects on my own humanness, they’ll take something real away from it. I think that’s why I’m so protective of songs while they’re in the writing phase. I don’t want anybody to dilute the work in a way that I can no longer feel honest about it. It’s sad, and often frustrating to me that in today’s pop music industry…

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Features What I Would Change About The Music Industry 

What I Would Change About The Music Industry: The Indie Vocal Sound Is Annoying

The indie vocal sound is annoying for both listeners and sound engineers, especially in live settings. I’ve heard it a million times. Everyone’s doing it. Please stop it. What is the “indie vocal sound”? It’s a heavily layered lead vocal effect. It includes digital distortion, digital delay and digital reverb. Here’s a male and female vocal example: Please follow and like us:

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