A subreddit for musicians to collaborate on each others projects by sharing sound files. Post music collaboration projects only.
We are the music makers and this is our music. This subreddit is dedicated to the musical artists that inhabit reddit. It is used to showcase new, in progress, or old pieces of music. It can also allow for the critique of your works in progress as well as the discussion of ideas that any musical artist can have. We are not genre specific and welcome all styles of music.
Do you dabble in making beats and wonder how they'd sound with someone rapping over them? Have you ever wanted to try your hand at rapping but don't know any quality producers? Hell, if you just want to provide input in any way, we at r/makinghiphop would appreciate it.
This subreddit is for the evaluation of audio work; editing, mixing, mastering, composing, and any other facet of creating great sound. Only the person who did the work may submit it for evaluation. REMEMBER - This is subjective. Therefore **no opinion is wrong**. Asshattery is. Please make criticisms in a constructive fashion.
Roast My Track! No holds barred constructive critique to help others make better music - Post your original tracks/remixes here before they go public! EDM productions, hip hop beats, experimental mixes, whatever.. If you're going to post, ROAST! -
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IMF is a community that promises to give each others music a chance. You must comment on 3 tracks each time that you want to post a song. This page is moderated by a bot. When you comment on somebody else's music, the bot gives you a hidden point. When you post your own track, it costs 3 points. If you want to post 2 tracks you will need to comment 6 times. The bot can only see the past 150 posts, so if you comment on a song that is older 3 days, you will not earn a point.
Listentothis is the place to discover new and overlooked music. All submissions link directly to music streams. Automated moderation removes spam, reposts, household name bands, and poor amateur music. Other content includes AMAs from on-topic artists, an album discussion club, and genre appreciation threads. Content is tagged by genre and split into editions for easy browsing. Music charts are posted monthly. Sidebar features multireddits that include all 600+ of the other music subreddits.
This subreddit is about the stage of music production that involves mixing all the individual tracks of a song together. Have questions about the craft of mixing? (This is NOT a subreddit for gear troubleshooting or general professional audio topics, such as recording, try /r/audioengineering) Would like feedback on your track? You've come to the right place. Looking for professional mixing or mastering services? This is also the right place for that (check our listings first!).