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Submit your song and I will provide you a professional critique, telling you straight what the good is and offering constructive criticism about how to improve your potential masterpiece. Each critique will be approx. 1,000 words. As a senior editor, reporter, columnist and single reviews critic at Billboard magazine in NYC for 14 years, I have reviewed music in every genre, from country, pop, rock and hip-hop to smooth jazz, dance, ambient, AC and soul. You will kindly submit a high-quality version of the song you would like critiqued (studio versions preferred over live) along with lyrics and band/artist bio. I will provide a constructive review focusing on the vocal, lyric, arrangement, instrumentation and whatever other particulars you ask me to listen for.
Detailed feedback on your song (page-long analysis) From Chris Noxx. Chris is a member of The Multi Platinum Grammy Award Winning Piecemakerz,(SG-1, Sly Jordan, Briss) whose collective Notable collaborations & credits include, Talib Kweli, The Game, Young Buck, Trey Songz, Dr Dre, Eminem, Sean Kingston, 50 Cent, Jessica Simpson, Kelly Rowland, The O Jays & More. Chris gives highly usable suggestions and constructive feedback that you can implement in to your song to greatly improve it’s impact, & increase your infinite growth as a songwriter.
We are a publishing company critiquing songs to help you get them ready to pitch for the country market.
I can give you a professional industry assessment and provide you with an objective and detailed analysis of your music’s suitability for advertising. From my years of experience as a senior Music Supervisor, I have discovered that there are some basic rules you can follow to maximize your chances of selection. Having worked directly with top global brands and advertising agencies over the years, I have observed how they select music and I can highlight elements within your track that could determine whether it’s selected or not. I can give you a detailed (approx. 1000 words) analysis of your music track, covering: Lyrics / Production / Instrumentation / Arrangement / Tone / Vocals / Melody / Rhythm / Emotion.
Are you constantly getting knocked back? Want to have more success in the music industry? ... then look no further - we will review your current offering and give you honest detailed critique. Please ensure in the submission you include links to your social media sites, official website, audio and video and publicity photo's and then leave the rest to us - working with some of the UK and Europe's biggest artists we understand what promoters, record labels and events are looking for.
I'm always excited to hear new music and to help out emerging artists in any way I can. Please submit your best track for a professional critique, feedback and music business advice. I've studied at Berklee College of Music and have experience in various aspects of the music industry including A&R, marketing, booking, and video production. I play several instruments but am going through a bit of a bluegrass phase at the moment and mandolin has been my recent instrument of choice. With that said, I've worked with artists in genres across the board - pop, metal, hip-hop, folk, & funk to name a few - and am open to pretty much anything. I look forward to listening!
Please submit your best song for a detailed conversation about your career and songs, with an emphasis on synch placement. I am Senior Creative Director and Music Supervisor for Mighty Generation Music, a boutique music publishing and licensing company based out of West Hollywood. I work on a daily basis with television networks, advertising agencies, filmmakers and marketing directors to assist them in finding, securing and/or producing the appropriate music for their projects. I've licensed or created music for hundreds of programs, including Grey's Anatomy, True Blood, Dexter, Private Practice, Breaking Bad, Californication, Sons of Anarchy, The D Monster, Big Breakin', and many many more.
Please submit your best for to Dick Hodgin AKA "The Dream Assassin" for sharp, honest feedback. Dick has a reputation for sharp, HONEST, no punches pulled advice and counsel which has earned him “Dream Assassin” nickname. He has produced, engineered, and/or managed such artists as: The Accelerators Cravin' Melon Johnny Quest Lynyrd Skynyrd Big Daddy Kane Troop 41 J. Cole Jason Michael Carroll Erykah Badu Hootie and The Blowfish Flat Duo Jets Bad Checks Corrosion Of Conformity Far Too Jones Faith Collapsing Confessor Clay Aiken The Ultraviolets and many, many more
Hi! This is Sheena, and I want to hear YOU! Let me take my 18 years of working professionally in Los Angeles with major and indie labels alike as a producer, music supervisor, and live music promotions director across many genres, and help YOU avoid some nasty pitfalls in songwriting that can get the best of ideas over-looked! You know you're a genius -- let's make sure everyone else knows it, too. I can't wait to hear what you have to offer the world!
-Demo review -Evaluation -Recommendations I can also offer - Action plan to get your career on track - Production Services - Artist Development Services - Social Media Strategies - Record deal shopping services
James has been involved in the early stages the careers of 'Dido', 'Keane' ,'Siobhan Donaghy', 'Melanie C' and many others...as a programmer, artist developer, writer or producer. His work having won 3 Brit awards, ( 2 of for best new album) and many Grammys. James's extensive client list includes: ‘U2’, ‘Madonna,’ ‘Dido,’ ‘Phil Collins’, ‘Manic Street Preachers’, ‘Kylie Minogue,’ 'Melanie C', ‘Brian Eno’, ‘Keane’, 'Sinead O'Connor', 'Bryan Ferry', 'Alex James from Blur',' Pet Shop Boys', 'Annie Lennox', 'The Cure', 'Boy George', 'Siobhan Donaghy', 'Lene Marlin', 'Jimmy Somerville', 'The Cardigans', 'Mumiy Troll', 'Bryan Ferry', 'Faithless', 'A1',' Jack Savoretti', 'Suede', 'The Appletons', 'Atomic Kitten', 'Cooper Temple Clause' and many more. James started his musical career as artist and programmer, his sounds and creative programming quickly made an impression with other producers and artists... A search on 'Discogs.com' would show you the sound and style he helped create... http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?q=james+sanger&ev=sr
Services are led by Launchpad's founder Steve Tramposch, whose 17+ years industry experience features a number of successful titles as an Manager, Producer, and Senior A&R executive for several of the world’s leading music companies, including Capitol, Virgin, Elektra, Eleven Seven, Billboard and more, where he’s been instrumental in the early discovery of numerous artists signed across multiple genres that would later result in the worldwide sale of tens of millions of albums. Steve has been privileged to work with some of the biggest artists, labels and executives in the music industry.
I am seeking great new talent to develop and produce. Submit your song to me for consideration. I will listen to everything submitted to me. In addition I will provide constructive feedback. If you want a detailed professional interaction or want to submit only please see the other submission options.
I speak on hundreds of panels in the last few years. I have booked thousands of bands for events, shows and festivals, especially SXSW. I am a writer and owned my own national music magazine. I manage bands and research music everyday. I also sit in on many panels constantly educating myself on whats working, not working and what performers need to advance in their music and also connect with fans.
Whether your song could use some tweaks and adjusting or a full-on renovation, Stacks of Wax will give you the guidance and direction to achieve your desired sound. Send us your music and we’ll provide a game plan detailing ways to enhance its hit potential.
A song critique will provide you with career-building feedback and professional evaluation of your work, including input on songwriting, performance, production, and commercial viability. Producer/Engineer Keith Olsen of Pogolgo Productions Group has worked with Whitesnake, Joe Walsh, Heart, Fleetwood Mac, Sammy Hagar, Pat Benatar and many more (see bio for complete list). Keith's expert advice and insight will help you advance in your music career by highlighting your strengths and offering ideas for improvement of any weaknesses your music may have.
View Keith's credits: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/keith-olsen-p111219/credits/date-asc/
Stuart Epps is happy to receive your submissions and provide you with a thoughtful song critique. He will provide his opinion on the song, the production or any other aspect that is of particular interest to you as well as Stuart's opinion regarding the commercial viability of the track.
Some of Epps' most noteworthy clients have included Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, Chris Rea, George Harrison, Mick Fleetwood, Barry White, George Michael, Mark Owen, Cliff Richard, Twisted Sister, Brian Adams, Oasis, Kiki Dee, Robbie Williams, Bill Wyman and of course Elton John.
"I am a veteran songwriter and producer and can offer you constructive and honest feedback on the commercial viability of your song in today’s market. Additionally, if I hear something I completly love I may have an opportunity for it or will be able to shop the song for you."Getting insightful professional critiques is very important before submitting your song to real competitive pitches. Think of it as target practice
"What is this song missing?" Is the hook solid"? "Are the first 3 lines strong enough to hold someone's attention?" "Is the bridge more of a chorus than the actual chorus?" More times than not writers have all the ideas and great parts but the set-up may be off. It's like a joke that has a great punch line but the delivery is off and so no one laughs at the right time. Also, sometimes you've written more than you need. Remember, the best songs seem to be the most simple.