Hey there Tom,
Yes, I do understand it's not really a remix but the track takes too much similar elements from the Jaytech one, so that's confusing in terms of originality and there are some rules about what you can do or not with the resources available from any S.A tutorials and especially when the tutorial & track is part of a Remix Competition, there's additional rules restrictions that apply. There's a Record Label release involved in each Remix Competition, if the label find out that people upload very similar tracks or pseudo-remix on medias, they won't be very happy with it and it could lead them to decide not getting involved again in a new Remix Competition.
The other point which was confusing is simply what you asked in your original post on FB, writing something like " I don't know where to go" and putting a link to a full track might look to others that you were just trying to promote the track and we don't allow this in the group. You need to be more specific & point people to issues you're having with your track, just like you did above.
I don't want to be the bad guy playing by the rules here Tom, it's not fun to do & really not my spirit when it comes to moderation here or in the FB group, but yeah, sometime the border between "do" & "don't" is very thin.
I will edit your post in the "Track Feedback" and add details from your previous post to it, then in the FB group what I suggest is to either edit or delete your initial post and replace it with the comment & link from the "Track Feedback" post here.
So basically, just copy/paste this as your initial FB post or delete it and make a new one with this, hopefully it will avoid more confusion. Again, not here to bash people, just trying to help
Hi there all,
I would like some feedback & advice on this track. This is not a
Remix, just a new idea after following the Jaytech "Tigerlily" tutorial
as a starting point.
What elements do you think are missing ?
Do you think it needs more layers, some synths, etc ?
How I can improve the mix down ? ( the track sounds flat to me ).