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    IMHO have 1 track professionally mixed and mastered to see if you even like it. Then, think about doing this.

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    Thats the plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    Thats the plan [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.metalguitarist.org/forum/images/smilies/flex.gif[/IMG]
    Dont forget about us when you are rich and famous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    I HAVE been approached by a big label (not naming which one!) who wanted to sign one of my bands but I can't really say yes because I couldn't find any good drummer or singer... And they want me to be able to TOUR which is impossible without serious musicians...
    Have you considered that the label may be able to help you with that? It's not unusual for a label to know good people from previous associations and it may also give them confidence in the project if they can inject some known elements into it.

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    Well, I did ask if they could help me out but no luck.

    It's not like I'm in Iron Maiden or something, even if "my band" got signed at this particular label, I would still be a low-tier band in their roaster...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    Well, I did ask if they could help me out but no luck.

    It's not like I'm in Iron Maiden or something, even if "my band" got signed at this particular label, I would still be a low-tier band in their roaster...
    It's a tough position, been there a couple of times and it can be very frustrating, especially when you can see that they're concentrating on acts which clearly aren't going anywhere. Learning to manouevre yourself through labels/managers/agents is a skill all of it's own, it's been the downfall of many brilliant acts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    We all overanalyze our own stuff to a degree that no normal listener ever will, even snobby musicians.

    I think your band name is cool dude. And I've listened to your old stuff - I think the mix is fine, the songs are awesome, and the vocals that you've posted on here are pretty badass too. I would be on cloud nine if my best recording sounded as good as your worst.

    Stop worrying about it and rip it up.
    All of this and maybe the label can help with the singer and drummer?

    Edit add...Lozek beat me to it... but still keep trying, squeky wheel gets the grease.
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    PMed you Ced

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