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sanger / Steven Gardner 5yr+2mo ago
Welcome to Kompoz! Here are two ways to get going: 1. Get active in the Community. Explore the Community Page, listen to some music, 'Like' some songs, 'Endorse' some artists, add your comment to a post. 2. Jump into a song. That's right, start creating music. We suggest jumping on a new song of a Plus/Premium/Pro Member. There are lots of places to get help if you need it. Here are a few: i. The Help Center (link at the bottom of every page) ii. Post a question here or on the Community Page. iii. Ask other artists that are working on the song with you. So go find a song and jump in.

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xterrabill / Bill beamba fictitous 18 days ago
Hello new members!!! here is a good tip, use and understand sync tones. first watch the vimeo vids on the kompoz help pages, specifically these 2.... and this one also....but its geared more toward mixing.

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xterrabill / Bill beamba fictitous 18 days ago
a clean sync tone makes engineers happy and makes their job easier.

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ramsinghelijah20 / Elijah Ramsingh 4mo+3dy ago
Can anybody make a dark woozy R&B/pop beat to this vocals, must be in the style of The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, and Miguel. Here are the examples of the beat should sound like: And also a little bit of this: And a bit of this: Do your best, and let me know if you guys have any ideas. Thank you Good day Elijah

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ramsinghelijah20 / Elijah Ramsingh 8 months ago
Looking for someone that could make a 1980s electro-disco influenced R&B/dance-pop track that is D# major in key, it has my vocals, just looking for someone that can make a retro-funk and dance type of sound and hoping someone is interested in doing so.

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ramsinghelijah20 / Elijah Ramsingh 8mo+2dy ago
Looking for a electronic drums that is 117 bpm, already got the keyboards and vocals set up, just looking for some drums that can go well with the beat, must be electropop-inspired, hope someone could help me and our friend out with that.

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ramsinghelijah20 / Elijah Ramsingh 8mo+14dy ago
Can somebody make a mix of Ciara's Stuck On You synths, Christina Milian's Oh Daddy, and 112's Dance With Me kind of beat, the song starts with the synths of Stuck With Me, along with the dance-driven drum pattern, then once it reaches to 2:33 (the bridge), the synths stops and the orchestration of Oh Daddy starts, but with the bridge of the original track only, here's the links to the tracks of how it should sound: just incorporate the bridge of the original track and that's how the orchestration should sound along with the bridge of how my track (International Romance) should sound, it must be repeated from the bridge to the end and it will fade out. Here's how the drum pattern of the track should sound too: Whoever's interested, don't be scared to try it out.

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TheOther / Tom H 8mo+27dy ago
Why should I like a song ? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- I've been on this site for a few years, seen a lot of changes - mostly good, but it seems like activity in general has taken a big hit for some reason. Kompoz is a community - almost everyone is here for basically the same thing - and it takes some cooperation to collaborate. But I can't even count how many times I've seen projects that seem to have a great start - or even just a little one - just sit there and die. Eventually the creator probably gives up because nobody seems to like their song... apparently nobody is even listening. Bummer... Don't be surprised when you start a project and it goes nowhere. Kompoz is not a machine. It usually does take a bit of 'socializing' if you want to get things moving. You can't just dump and run and expect to come back next week to a sparkling finished track, though that may work for some people that have been here a while and really know their way around. (Usually.) The LIKE button is a feature that has been here forever as far as I know, and it used to be a pretty useful thing. If someone liked your project - you had some immediate feedback. - it told you somebody listened. - it said: 'I like (something about) this' - it showed that there was a possibility of someone collaborating. - it showed you WHO might actually be interested in helping you. - it connected people with similar musical interests - it may have even motivated you to keep going. I can't think of anything bad about this. So, if this is something you might want: well, so do others. How hard is it to click that button ? Oh, I know... 'I just don't have time to listen to other people's music, or even acknowledge them in any way'. Really ?

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ramsinghelijah20 / Elijah Ramsingh 9mo+9dy ago
What can you make out of this, can you add some synths or guitar or something, like a 1980s electro background of synths or something, you can share me your ideas if you can add some synths and pads to the acapella. The link to my collab is right here: Just asking for some input to this to have synths and pads to the beat.

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ramsinghelijah20 / Elijah Ramsingh 9mo+9dy ago
Hope somebody can make an acoustic guitar that is C# piano key and something similar to this, but in C#key and must be slower and a little bit of house and more soft rock and folk-inspired acoustic guitar playing.

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Created May 23, 2014 by Vixster

The New Member Support Group is for anyone who is new to Kompoz and online collaborating. This a group where newcomers can support and encourage one another to gain the confidence to quickly get up and running in the Kompoz community. All skill levels are welcomed.

It can be a little intimidating getting started especially if you are not a very experienced online collaborator or musician, but there are numerous veteran members here who are willing to mentor and provide constructive feedback. This group is the place to jump off the diving board to get your feet wet!

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