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Seeking an audience #2697946
12/18/17 03:26 PM
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JS Classical Offline OP
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Please enjoy my new YouTube channel, JS Classical, where I'm publishing all of my latest piano compositions as they're finished. I'd love to get some comments!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZAnwrzclD8VXI-x2cy2XLA

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Re: Seeking an audience [Re: JS Classical] #2698056
12/18/17 10:49 PM
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Hi, I have listened to all your compositions. You are definitely talented, your pieces are enjoyable and your playing is good!

The only thing I'm curious: are all those pieces related to each other? Because I feel quite the same vibe throughout all your musics. If they are individual and not related, then my suggestion is you need to make each composition more unique and have different feeling, otherwise people will start to get bored. I believe you can do it!

All the best! smile

Re: Seeking an audience [Re: Vindhie Lin] #2702134
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Originally Posted by Vindhie Lin
Make each composition more unique and have different feeling, otherwise people will start to get bored.


I don't know how they sound all the same but not to me. I think you are definitely talented. However to have success on Youtube, you have to do something for their audience. A good example is this video: Evolution of Music ( 1680 AD - 2017) - Youtube it and you'll see. Great stuff so far.


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