Brad Schuman

Brad Schuman

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Unique - Unclassified | Downingtown, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 882   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Hi Brad,

Thank you for the very nice review of "In Natures Temple" Even as nice as it is, I agree that there's not much market potential for that kind of work. That's okay though. Some days I just feel like writing more introspective compositions without regard to marketability. I find that it's very therapeutic. By the way I read in your profile "Sitar and Mellotron". Well then, now I've gotta have a listen. Thanks again ........... kenney

Brad Schuman posted over 30 days ago

Hey, with this genre market potential is a non-issue! Therapeutic is right. It goes better in the alpha brainwave state than it does in the mainstream. : )

Ray Rivera posted over 30 days ago to Brad Schuman

Hey Brad, Nice work on your composition! Keep up the great work and I'll be checking your music out!!

Brad Schuman posted over 30 days ago to Robert Wuagneux

Hi...thank you for your thorough, honest, and fair review. This was one of my early attempts at recording.

Best of luck,

Brian Fitzgerald Project posted over 30 days ago to Brad Schuman

Thank-you for your kind and encouraging comments. Rock on

David Alan posted over 30 days ago to Brad Schuman

Thank you for your review. As you stated, this was a rough draft. I'm not good on the recording end of song-writing. I appreciate your thoughts. Keep on Rockin'!

Brad Schuman posted over 30 days ago to Carl Schonbeck

Hi....thank you for your thorough, honest and fair review. That recording was actually my first attempt EVER at multi-tracking hindsight, it definitely shows! : )

Best of luck to you as well!


Carl Schonbeck posted over 30 days ago

Hi there Brad, thanks for writing man. Cheers for being cool 'bout what I said and (without wanting to sound patronising) for a first attempt it's damn good (a hell of a lot better on what I was doing on my 100th:-) There's a lot of good material out there on mastering, compression etc. Actually, I was just checking out your "Perpetual Acceleration" and really liked play some mean sitar! Cheers, cs

Project Audio Storm posted over 30 days ago to Brad Schuman

thanks for your honest and through review of here and back again.
these are the kind of critiques that are most helpful.
good luck in all you do