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soundcloud.com/harney-barrow is where I upload my one-offs and other musics (used to upload Youtube but I can't understate how tedious it was for me to make a video for one single song). quick sample of me on a bad day.
harney-barrow.bandcamp.com/ on the other hand is basically a more consistent thing of stuff. While I'm not one for adding yet another website onto a password manager, it's worth the effort over vomiting up random tracks and overcrowding the larger releases. Tried to sell some stuff, before I realized that I didn't even have tape or a box.
Can't you sell your music through soundcloud or bandcamp? Or do you need to be discovered, have an audience and make mainstream shit?
Trying to sell music through SoundCloud is a fruitless endeavor. There isn't many benefits for a random person to get the 'Subscriber's Premium Soundcloud' experience, when every other major streaming services outclasses SC. Bandcamp will hopefully have "Name Your Price"-pricing, unless some weird switch immediately changes me and I then become less sloppy at making music. Many of the songs off my newest album are super rickety and inundated with sloppy errors but are still a drastic improvement over the near formless sludge of my past releases (not that there weren't some golden bits). It's a learning process.
I've had a convoluted flowchart that I drew up last year to describe my own "5 Year Plan". Distilled into what would be a 40 minute ramble, it's to jump all over the map of music&games.
But now that I'm thinking about it, I'm putting the cart in front of the horse and am currently thinking far, far too ahead, no? All I currently have is a small assortment of music recordings to my name, physical art notwithstanding.
Last Edit: Aug 25, 2017 2:01:06 GMT by HarneyBarnes: Accidentally (missed) a word.