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When are they going to start selling music that lets the consumer tweak it?



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 2 months ago '15        #1
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bourne1978 
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When are they going to start selling music that lets the consumer tweak it?
 

 
We have computers in this age. The music industry should be giving us the music so that we can tweak it left, right, front, and center.

Let each consumer finish the music to the new albums to an extent and to previously released albums to an extent. They can re-release them under a new 'let the consumer tweak it' format.

We should be able to tweak the beats and the vocals to our personal liking.

I should be able to determine which verse plays first, second, etc. or last to something like this:


I should be able to take off a verse(s) I want off a track to something like this where I just want 2Pac on the track:



Basically, it's 2021 where the consumer should be something similar to a producer, for their own listening experiences.
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 2 months ago '19        #2
beamjawn  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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 bourne1978 said
We have computers in this age. The music industry should be giving us the music so that we can tweak it left, right, front, and center.

Let each consumer finish the music to the new albums to an extent and to previously released albums to an extent. They can re-release them under a new 'let the consumer tweak it' format.

We should be able to tweak the beats and the vocals to our personal liking.

I should be able to determine which verse plays first, second, etc. or last to something like this:




I should be able to take off a verse(s) I want off a track to something like this where I just want 2Pac on the track:





Basically, it's 2021 where the consumer should be something similar to a producer, for their own listening experiences.
n*gga it's called download Audacity and do it yourself. Take the mp3 and watch tutorials on how to do exactly those things. That's why they don't do it. Get outta here my n*gga.. Tf. You asking for too much for something 99% don't care about except you.
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 2 months ago '19        #3
GetYaCoinsKing  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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This is the most autistic thread i've seen, Whats stopping you from downloading any DAW and doing it yourself?
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 2 months ago '20        #4
LordGimmeASign 
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Lmao, n*ggas wildin'.
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 2 months ago '17        #5
Acebit 
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Lol fam just download virtual dj. I been chopping n screwing n making fast music since ‘11
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 2 months ago '17        #6
Shaze804 
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They have something like this out but it's not widespread.

The legal issues are a big hurdle.
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 2 months ago '16        #7
Vizier  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 bourne1978 said
We have computers in this age. The music industry should be giving us the music so that we can tweak it left, right, front, and center.

Let each consumer finish the music to the new albums to an extent and to previously released albums to an extent. They can re-release them under a new 'let the consumer tweak it' format.

We should be able to tweak the beats and the vocals to our personal liking.

I should be able to determine which verse plays first, second, etc. or last to something like this:




I should be able to take off a verse(s) I want off a track to something like this where I just want 2Pac on the track:





Basically, it's 2021 where the consumer should be something similar to a producer, for their own listening experiences.
Do you mean as in single wav files of whole tracks/sample packs...? It’s a good idea, but I don’t really see how record labels would profit...
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 2 months ago '18        #8
TheLuminousOne  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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Nah

I can understand some sort of immersive experience but I ain’t finishing no albums and not get a profit.
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 2 months ago '16        #9
Bigg 
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 bourne1978 said
We have computers in this age. The music industry should be giving us the music so that we can tweak it left, right, front, and center.

Let each consumer finish the music to the new albums to an extent and to previously released albums to an extent. They can re-release them under a new 'let the consumer tweak it' format.

We should be able to tweak the beats and the vocals to our personal liking.

I should be able to determine which verse plays first, second, etc. or last to something like this:




I should be able to take off a verse(s) I want off a track to something like this where I just want 2Pac on the track:





Basically, it's 2021 where the consumer should be something similar to a producer, for their own listening experiences.
Why do you think artists want you make changes to their music??
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 2 months ago '19        #10
Wiseone 
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Your onto something fam
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 2 months ago '17        #11
S PHX GOD 
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yeah, let the engineer get paid to do literally nothing because the consumer now has access to tweak the tracks.. lol nah
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 2 months ago '05        #12
Flatbush85  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 2 months ago '19        #13
DirtyDaily 
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 bourne1978 said
We have computers in this age. The music industry should be giving us the music so that we can tweak it left, right, front, and center.

Let each consumer finish the music to the new albums to an extent and to previously released albums to an extent. They can re-release them under a new 'let the consumer tweak it' format.

We should be able to tweak the beats and the vocals to our personal liking.

I should be able to determine which verse plays first, second, etc. or last to something like this:




I should be able to take off a verse(s) I want off a track to something like this where I just want 2Pac on the track:





Basically, it's 2021 where the consumer should be something similar to a producer, for their own listening experiences.
So u want a consolidated pro tools session?
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 2 months ago '19        #14
Wiseone 
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Kanye tried to do something like this with Pablo
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 2 months ago '19        #15
DirtyDaily 
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Being a dj i can understand why u want instrumentals and acapellas.. but anything more is too much breh
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 2 months ago '05        #16
JimDinO77  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 2 months ago '08        #17
cohs  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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Would be cool. All parts of the song stored separately. Then using some kind of app select which verses and it mesh then together according to however the engineer decides. They can mark special places where verses can be placed and what not. Not as crazy as it sounds.
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