1. READ BEFORE YOU POST A SONG

    RO is a forum that was founded - and is still mainly based - on actual recording methods. These are methods that implement using actual microphones on real instruments, or performances of tracks that are actually played and recorded.

    Accordingly, in keeping with the tradition of this forum, we must insist that any song you post MUST INCLUDE AT LEAST ONE TRACK OF AUDIO THAT HAS ACTUALLY BEEN PERFORMED BY YOU, where an actual microphone (or multiple microphones) are used to record audio content. VSTi's will be allowed, as long as they are parts that have been performed by you. We say "you", because using pre-recorded performance/phrase samples, or loops recorded by someone else, or lifted from another recording or phrase sample library, do not count.

    Songs that are 100% VSTi-based - without a microphone-sourced audio track - will be deleted, and VSTi's used where the part isn't actually performed will also be deleted. Further, posting a song with the sole intent of simply upping a view or listen count on various audio streaming sites will also be deleted. If you wish to post songs that use computer-performed VSTi's, we suggest that you find a site that is founded more towards this style of production.

    -- thanks!
    Recording.Org

Getting heard

Discussion in 'Song & Mix Collaboration' started by Brock, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Brock

    Brock Guest

    I feel like such a geek when it comes to computers so can someone explain { in detail } how to get my music heard? I have everything on disk so how do I download it on my PC so I can get some feedback on it?
     
  2. David French

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    Elaborate.
     
  3. Brock

    Brock Guest

    I mean other people can put their music on this form to be heard by others. How do I do this?
     
  4. kevinwhitect

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    Ahhh- you need to learn how to upload to webspace probably alloted by your personal ISP. You do this via ftp.

    Check w/ your ISP for instructions on how to do this.

    Once you learn that, then you can post a link to the file, and the public can download it from the web.

    Good luck!

    Kev.
     
  5. Brock

    Brock Guest

    Well I talked to my ISP and they can"t give me any info on uploading anything so I guess I won"t be able to let anyone listen to any of my music. Thanks anyway.
     

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