Debra Mitchell Adams

Debra Mitchell Adams

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Pop - General | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,520   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Diane Warren (Writer), John Legend (Writing style)

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Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Cowhick


Thank you Jeff for the 5 star rating for "Helpless." It's greatly appreciated!

   
 
Jeff Cowhick posted over 30 days ago to Debra Mitchell Adams


What a beautifully imagined concept and execution! Seriously this is goood...

   
 
Junior Murrell posted over 30 days ago to Debra Mitchell Adams


Debra
Great voice ... but then hey, you knew that :)
Would love to have you voice something for me some time.

keep well
J


   
 
Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago to Enntice


Thank you for the add! Really appreciate the endorsement!

   
 


Ok Debra... I need to recruit you. Your vocal sunshine is just pure heroin in my coffee. Just wonderful stuff.

Your passion and humanity behind that microphone is a force of nature.

Lets work on something and go make some money. I've got 100s of instrumentals in dire need of your vocals. Lets pick one out and see what happens.

Good luck this year in the pack. You have a devoted fan in your court surely... And my personal support pushing to the top in this year's 6 Pack.

Stellar work dear.

Keep it up.

N


   
 
Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago to Hank Thomas


Hi Hank:

I have a friend who wants to join Broadjam, but she's a bit skeptical. Have you ever gotten any placements or anything else from the site? I'm too new to give her any advice. Thank you!


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Hank Thomas posted over 30 days ago


I have not gotten any placements. Just one single song contract ("Three A.M.) but not placed anywhere yet. There certainly are people that have, that I know-through my connections-and many more that I am not familiar with. I HAVE met Roy Elkins and I can tell you this, with him, it's all about us.
Besides, it's just one tool and, if you wait for the right time to do it, you can get 2 for 1 offers to 're-up'. I just did a 2 yr. re-enroll for $250. The last offer was one yr. for $250 with 52 free submissions.

To me, the people you can meet-and collaborate with- is worth the price.

Hope this helps,
Hank


Hank Thomas posted over 30 days ago to Debra Mitchell Adams


That's keep "at it"
Hank


   
 
Hank Thomas posted over 30 days ago to Debra Mitchell Adams


Debra,
Great stuff. "Waiting on the Rain" is great. So is "If I Cry".
A word of advice from a 6-Pack veteran: Stagger your submissions, at least a day apart. Those two wonderful songs were (and likely will be, at least for a few reviews) up against each other. I had to give one of them a 2. They both deserved a 3, but good, better best . . It's a tough enough competition without costing yourself even one point on one song.
Just FYI.
Best of luck keep atit!
Hank Thomas


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Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago


Thank you so much Hank for the comment and for the GREAT ADVICE about the 6 pack competition! I was trying to figure out how to reach out to the songwriters that I rated (my first time at the rodeo, lol). How do I go about that? Hearing some really good stuff and want to connect with the songwriters. Thanks again!


Hank Thomas posted over 30 days ago


you can try, and it works often enough, the search feature (it's right next to the Brosdjam.com logo that you see on every page. Just click on it, click on songs an type in your guessed title. some are easy, some not so easy and others are 'hidden'. those you will never find.
There is an awful lot of really great stuff in every genre here on BJ. I've been a member for about 10 years and the people are genuine and helpful (mostly). Just a wonderful bunch, and most are willing to collaborate. It's been fun for me and I wish you much success!

Hank


Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago


Speaking of collaborating, I have what I think is a great Country tune and really need music for it. If you like it would you consider a collab?


Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago


No pressure at all. I want honesty, so if your not feeling it or not interested in a collab, it will be totally fine. :)


Hank Thomas posted over 30 days ago


I'd be interested. Do you have a melody, or a rough demo I could hear?
If so, send it to my stupid long email:
hankthomas@officialhankthomas.com

Looking forward to your reply,
Hank


Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago


I emailed the song to you.


Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago


Hi Hank, just wondering if you got the song?


Hank Thomas posted over 30 days ago


I did, I did, sounds very vorkable sorry about the delay, Mom is in hospital, gotta go see her, will be in touch tomorrow or wednesday. We can do this!

Hank




Hi Nathaniel:
Two questions..I want to update my Mbox 2 mini and my Sterling ST55 Mic for better sound. Going to get the Sure SM7B and Apogee Duet. Are these good choices but a budget of $1K? Also, do you collaborate and if so do you do Country music? Thanks in advance. Love your music and thanks for the follow!


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N.Jones, Protilius Productions posted over 30 days ago


I hear good things about Apogee, but am afraid mic selection is a personal choice & one I'm not experienced in, I can say without a doubt that sometimes the most expensive stuff isn't what's needed.

Your mbox could be updated to a rack 003, but the factory 003 is better considering it has servo faders and feels just a tad more hands on, the next step up is HD and your larger control units that will set you back about 20k.

Otherwise... Mbox is perfect for personal two live mics and a couple keyboards kind of recordings.

Nothing too intense, but good enough to put into the system and start adding new elements to.

I'm one of those "pay to collaborate" snobs unfortunately. One of the drawbacks to owning the best post processing tools available is debt. I engineer any style. When I compose it's atmospherics, score work, or industrial. I dabble in club music a bit as well.

I couldn't write a good country song. Not in the cards. But I could engineer one. That's for sure. I could master one too.

I usually charge $50 USD an hour for such services.

They are much more affordable than $100 a track considering I can usually get some good results on up to 3 masters in an hour.

N


N.Jones, Protilius Productions posted over 30 days ago


A lot of people fear the hourly rate... But once you get pretty balanced and good it what you do, hourly is actually more affordable when you have a solid gameplan and direction forward.

Anyhow... Hope it helps, I appreciate your valuing my advice.


Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago


Great advice! Thank you so much for taking the time to respond.


Tristyn posted over 30 days ago to Debra Mitchell Adams


ah found it. Tears under water is superb. fantastic vocal and great song, gl ty

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Debra Mitchell Adams posted over 30 days ago


Thank you Tristyn! Really appreciate the kind words!


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