I’m sorry, “Big Super Grandmasta”, but I adamantly refuse to let anyone remix the compositions I make, not even for pay or money. Music, and the enjoyment of it, is more important than all the money in the world. I actually HATE money. The love of money is the root of all evil, and I certainly don’t like the idea of someone paying me to let them remix any of the works I compose.
This is the problem with the mainstream and the commercial, it’s all money-orientated, and it’s nothing but mass garbage. You lot don’t really understand the true meaning of the real music composer creating classic electronic music stemming back to the 90s, 80s, 70s, and even the mid 50s when Karlheinz Stockhausen created the first electronic masterpiece “Gesang Der Junglinge (Song of Youths)”, which is REAL ELECTRONIC MUSIC, serious electronic music, true electronic music, not all this garbage by the names of Bigroom House and Electro House and Trap and Dubstep and all this bunch of noise, copying other people’s music.
I’m sorry to have to say this, you who goes by the name of “Chief Above Chief Member”, but the comment that ‘You can get rich today with a minimum creativity and without DJ skills’ is highly discouraging to me and other artistic musicians. Creativity and fun are much more important and enjoyable than getting rich. Again I say, the love of money is the root of all evil. Getting rich has destroyed the lives of many e.g. Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, and Avicii. You can be come very creative today without the need of getting rich or making money. As for DJ skills, they can be put to use in venues beyond clubs and bars, and it’s better to present your own compositions rather than give in to other people’s demands. Rather that playing at clubs and bars, it’s better to present music at community centres, girl-guides, peace camps, scout camps, drop-in centres, sports complexes, and such like.
Working for the mass music market is not the way to go, as far as I’m concerned. You need to love making music that you love, provided that it is artistic music. You mustn’t do it to get into the charts or keep an A&R man happy. Just only make music that you really love, and hopefully someone’s going to like it, or even love it. That’s my advice to all you reposters in this post I made.