An Original or Clone? Sonic Sound
by: Nuwri Ghostleaf
An Original or Clone? Sonic Sound. This I must say is such a relevent question to ask of any one who’s trying to stay as original as possible in an industry that is soley predicated on who sounds like whom the best. With most major artists sounding so alike that traditional radio is becoming a commercial joke of spades.
Before I begin, let me make this perfectly clear, I’m not shooting for literary correctness, I write strictly from the heart and the majority of the time straight to the point, depending on the subject matter. I’m not trying to win a literary prize for I know those awards mainly go to writers who’s ambitions are New York Times Washington Post and Wall Street Journal kind of honors.
With all due respect to ALL eyes that see read and hear this, no disrespect to your intelligence, I just want to have Written Verbal Conversations with you as the friend I see you as. Sincerely, Nuwri Ghostleaf
Now were was I? oh yes, An Original or Clone? Sonic Sound. Damn this is really a no brainer for anyone trying to impress the impressionable public that has been and is being conditioned to buy and like what the controlled traditional radio is constantly cramming down our ear canals. We hear what sounds like the same tracks just a different voice laid on top with the so called icing of a top name major artist. Yes there are a few originals out there, but like a friend once said to me, “Interpret Freely”.
If you are an artist trying to get a major labels attention you really need to STOP and think that one over. Look around at what the real industry is today, The Internet social media, your own Tribe or following, that’s the new level playing field. What is it going to take, well still a hard work and hustle, just depends on how bad you want it. Yes Youtube Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin, Live this Live that, it’s all literally in the palm of your hands wherever you are 25/7. That’s not a type O, some of us never sleep.
Now to the meat of the real difference. Keeping your Originality. To sound like someone else is the easiest thing a musician can do with todays technology. What’s going to make you get followers, BELIEVERS, and I don’t mean as in (justin) no harm meant. Followers who love your uniqueness, originality and Sonic Sound. Anyone can use audio-tune to sound like the next on radio duplicate, but stay YOU, that’s what will keep YOU real at all times no matter what the damage that’s being forced upon the publics ear radar.
As my dear friend The Silver Conductor who allows me to post on his blog says: “CHANGE UP” is what’s needed into todays world ALL around.
Nuwri Ghostleaf (amazonbooks.com)