Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “One-Way Glass”:
Ominous!!! Very mature beat. Seems like you are really continuing to develop your craft.

Vintage Marquis -- who is this girl on the track?

Big fan of the guitar outro as well.

Did you ever get your stuff out to the college radio station?
-S
 Jun 06, 2015, 11:25 EDT
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
It's pretty cool, because this way everyone can make ads, not just 'businesses'. Ads are great, when everyone can make them! And the price is right, too!
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Ian Marquis 
I love that ad credits can be used to buy works AND buy ads - so, the community can operate without cash if that's what people want to do. Or, they can use money. Versatility is a good thing!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
I could not agree more, and some people don't have PayPal, some people don't have cash, but this way anyone with a computer can earn credits and even create them. Three ways -- making new connections by giving feedback on the frontpage (which expands the credit base); having Ads show next to your work (you earn 100% of the credits for that!) And like you said, sales, for which you earn 100% of the transfer, no PayPal fee. Couldn't agree more; diversity is a very good thing!
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Ian Marquis 
I just noticed that the album payment options aren't quite as robust as the track ones (you can't set a "pay your own amount" for the whole set; no credits price or option). Is that a planned feature?
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Move Along”:
Very weird stuff, and I mean that in the best possible way.

If you like David Bowie at his best, you're gonna like this track a lot. But again, Ian this is what I mean; you're not going to hear this on the top 40.

-Sho
 Jun 06, 2015, 13:19 EDT
Ian Marquis 
It's probably no coincidence that I love Bowie and am forever caught up in chasing the weird, wonderful sounds that I haven't heard yet. :)
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Hahaha. Well, it shows!
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tawmy gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Pretend”:
... great song ... nice vocals and harmonies ...very good production ...
 Feb 28, 2015, 14:26 EST


tawmy gave feedback to Kode of Bliss for “Sky Blue Tears (WIP2 Binarual)”:
hi Kelly,

I noticed you were at pay to be heard, maybe ... Music Xray ... a much better promotional site is AudioSparx.com
 Jan 04, 2015, 15:06 EST
Kode of Bliss 
While I only barely use Music Xray, I found the binding agreement on AudioSparx to excessive. Thanks for giving me the heads up to check it out. I am always on the look out for better places to promote my tracks, of course nothing beats the free of Feed-Forward. Too bad not many people use FF, it is a great site.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Venus Aphasia”:
Another great track. A very fresh approach :] -shoham
 Jul 10, 2013, 09:19 EDT


JZC gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Spark”:
I haven't heard your music in a while. really great stuff!!
 May 31, 2013, 22:34 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Thick as Thieves”:
I hadn't heard your stuff in a while, Ian. Great track! What's your next move? I might need your help, remixing my next album -- a solo project. I will let you check out some of the tracks once I have some of the stems in place.

Great stuff, as always, Ian. Lyrics, = great, too.

Thank you,
-Shoham
 Apr 29, 2013, 13:13 EDT
Ian Marquis 
Hey, thank you! I'm currently trying to wrap up work on my next album. I'm hoping it'll be done by this summer. If you're curious, I keep an up-to-date set of songs at http://ianmarquismusic.com/album/faces-from-the-static-2013-wip. I'll be putting the new set on FF once it's done, of course :)

Also, I'd love to hear what you're up to!

-Ian
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Awesome! Things are pretty good on my end. Going well, but slow...
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Kode of Bliss gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Indecent”:
Nice bell sound going on. The drums are well done nice and clean. I felt the vocals were a bit too forward in the mix, maybe it is just me. Still some good panning and intermixing of the instruments.
 Feb 22, 2013, 19:47 EST


I enjoyed it. I've got some instant feedback from another person over here "Sounds like a telephone, I like it."

Has something of a classical feel, in my opinion. Great sound for the season, one of your most festive sounding tunes. Sounds like Christmas. TBC???

-Shoham
 Dec 22, 2012, 15:10 EST
Kode of Bliss 
Hmm, not sure if sounding like a telephone is exactly what I was looking for, of course I am not sure what I was looking for as I was just playing around. I don't think I am going to tweak this track any more, perhaps down the line I might. Thanks for the feedback.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
It's actually very cool. That was just sort of the imagery of the piece. Gabrielle liked it, too! She has the telephone imagery, and meant it in a good way/says she doesn't know music lingo, but thought the tone of the song was interesting!!! -S
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Indecent”:
Vox sound great on this one. I don't think that I had heard this one before. The waveform looks pretty rad on this one, too. How did you do that?!?

I love the lyrics as always, man I never thought that I'd be nostalgic for the 1980's! Very professional production value -- your'e going places, kid!!!

How is everything with you, my friend?

Thank,
-Uncle Showie
 Oct 26, 2012, 11:48 EDT
Ian Marquis 
Hey, thank you!

I did a LOT of stereo tricks with this mix: jumping pans, phasing and flanging, layers, and whatever else I could think of. This track sat around on my computer for a while, unfinished, before I finally wrapped it up back when I was finishing The Man Forgotten. It was the first song I started, but one of the last I completed.

Lately, I've been taking a little break from songwriting and production to get a fresh perspective and decompress. I'm hoping to really do a big marketing push this winter.

Take it easy!
Ian
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
"I've been taking a little break from songwriting and production to
get a fresh perspective and decompress." Sounds like a plan! We should collaborate, here are some tunes from a band of mine: http://www.feed-forward.net/walawalawala
flag (Oct 26, 2012, 14:51 EDT)

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