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KIINREZ Avatar
KIINREZ
almost 2 years ago

S L A P S

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McK.E.Y.
about 2 years ago

It’s a shame that less known genres like this don’t get recognized

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theoftus
over 2 years ago

I still see 4 figure songs on AT, anyway I'm currently remixing all the demo songs on there to get used to it. That said, soundation attracts a lot of newer users, and current devs have been doing a decent job at pushing it, even if free accounts have it worse than ever.

arbour Avatar
arbour
over 2 years ago

only the trap songs get the most lmao

Audial Avatar
Audial
over 2 years ago

Also I'm fairly sure the soundation community is more active, seems like the tracks on here get way more views/likes

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Audial
over 2 years ago

I think the biggest hurdle on AT is the wiring mechanism in the app. It can look so complicated and an absolute mess. The audio engine is better though I think, things sound cleaner.

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theoftus
over 2 years ago

Eh the Looks remix that was actually more of a remix seemed to just have synths for the sake of it, he had triple layered snares and everything :D Nothing wrong with it so long as the PC can handle it... and I might have to have a look at the collab feature on AT. Soundation collabs have their glitches but are broadly pretty good, I guess the publishing engine just lets it down compared to AT.

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Audial
over 2 years ago

my projects can be a bit big and clunky, maybe not the best learning material haha!

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Audial
over 2 years ago

There's a collab feature on AT too btw, there's always one or two live collabs going on.

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theoftus
over 2 years ago

Trying to get used to AT, but sticking with soundation for the collab features for now. Gonna try and experiment more with AT though, "remix" feature is a great way to learn how to use the studio too, and your and look's songs have helped me get used to plugins and that. Defo sounds better too

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