I've been working on my site for a while, still have some things I want to do but would love your feedback.
I honestly love all the sites on here! This forum is great motivation.
First off welcome to the forum! Your VUE is clean and to the point. I really like your showcase video too. Your beats are very good!
The only criticism I have is your voicetag. The actual voicetag is fine but it's so repetitive is gets annoying fast. You don't want potential buyers to get annoyed and simply leave your website.
I would not start your voicetage right away, and space it out a lot more. I understand you want to protect your work but you have to give the user the vibe without the voicetag always chiming in.
Other than that, excellent work!
@silkymusic wow man I really dig your content on your site. I learned alot..its reads great and was very informative as well. I can't lie I'm going back to the drawing board because I see you were very well thought out with yours. Those explanations were dope and you covered every aspect of what I'm trying to do with my site as well. I'm inspired bro.
@Gun1 Guess you were talking about me? ;) Wow man thank you so much! means a lot to me! Yeah, I mean I really took my time. I did a lot of preperation work even before I subscribed to soundgine, and when I finally did subscribe, I think I was working on it for another two months or so before I finally launched. (god can someone tell me if the english tenses in this sentence are even remotely correct? lol)
So if I had to recommend anything I would say don't rush it. Take your time to get it right. Even if you're already paying for subscriptions and stuff. If you need any help just hit me up!
Just one recommendation, I would spread out your voicetag more and lower the volume, you don't want the voice tag to overshadow the beat or annoy any potential customers.[/quote]
@sontwisted : I confirm, I am currently checking your site.... and this voice tag is just... so annoying!! (to stay polite) Never heard a voice tag being repeated so often!! :)
@sontwisted If you want your tags to be less annoying, but also cover a large portion of the track. One thing you can do is put some reverb on the tag with a long decay tail. That way, it's not always so in your face, but at the same time, you can tell whether or not someone stole your beat by recording + copying/pasting different parts to replace the tagged parts.
Good suggestion by @OxygenBeats
I totally understand the need to add more tags. I used to have only one at each chorus->verse transition, but I decided to add more after having listened to some beatmakers here.
I decided to add more tags, but I use different ones for different sections. I am quite happy with the balance I have found.