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Nebulae



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Jon Diaz]
      #769732 - 12/09/09 01:39 AM
Quote Jon Diaz:

this is my site http://www.islandgravityrecords.com it is 70% complete. All i need is to find a good eCommerce option and setup a control room when I return home from Iraq then it will be fully operational.




F**k That
BRAVE MAN!!!

Hope Iraqs goin well

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chilisexnbeer
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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #769760 - 12/09/09 09:30 AM
Sonic-Tonic


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Atomic Horsebox



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #771838 - 20/09/09 11:14 AM
Hi there. I am Atomic Horsebox but you can call me Phil. I'd appreciate any feedback.

Atomic Horsebox Official Website

Cheers.

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Rupert Limehouse



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #775511 - 02/10/09 06:57 PM
OK, here's mine:

The Limehouse Recording Studio London

Photography, text and endless design revisions by me, original web design and programming by Fisheye, and logo by Jon Shacklock (felt I should credit these guys as they worked very hard and I felt did a great job).

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The Limehouse Recording Studio London


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Sunlounge.music



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #776297 - 06/10/09 07:46 AM
My website is made for me as a producer to showcase the music i make and the people i work with & have direct access to selling via our own record label.

still under construction but not far off..


sunlounge-recordings

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www.sunlounge-recordings.com


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Microwave



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #781658 - 24/10/09 06:53 PM
We recently redesigned it

www.myspace.com/gobuzli


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Crystaljuggler



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #785032 - 05/11/09 05:32 PM
As I've just done the Myspace link thing, I may as well note that I've been running http://www.vrillion.net for a while now. I got in on the Drupal thing way before Obama I think it's a fair effort for a DIY local band site.

I'm also working on a new version of http://www.crystaljuggler.com which is my personal website. I've got the new design all worked out, but haven't actually got round to slicing and dicing and CSSing everything, and then I face the problem of what to actually blog about. The challenge is in the construction, the maintenance and content is the boring bit.


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learog
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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #785040 - 05/11/09 05:54 PM
I wrestled with web editor for 2 weeks and came up with this

http://www.ramjetproductions.co.uk/


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learog
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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: *gregster*]
      #785052 - 05/11/09 06:28 PM
agreed - c64 page is v cool Carlos


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Folderol



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: learog]
      #801679 - 07/01/10 10:35 PM
Well, my site is extremely minimalist, and aimed simply at presenting my music as accessibly as possible. However, if there is a claim to fame at all, it is that of being entirely hand-coded.

http:/www.musically.me.uk

P.S.
When I chose that domain name I never seriously thought it would actually be available

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It wasn't me!
(Well, actually, it probably was)


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Lee - Lucky 6 Music



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #810183 - 08/02/10 12:56 PM
My new site!

Built last week by myself. Let me know what you think of the design.


Lucky 6 Music Mix Digital Mixing and Mastering at Lucky 6

Lee Giacopazzi

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Digital Mix & Mastering
www.lucky6music.com


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jj pep



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #810195 - 08/02/10 01:33 PM
Well we're a punk rock n roll band who loves sleave and horror movies so thats why our myspace page looks like this... http://www.myspace.com/eruptors -- enjoy!!

Jeff

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Folderol



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Folderol]
      #818145 - 11/03/10 11:42 AM
Quote Folderol:

Well, my site is extremely minimalist, and aimed simply at presenting my music as accessibly as possible. However, if there is a claim to fame at all, it is that of being entirely hand-coded.

http://www.musically.me.uk

P.S.
When I chose that domain name I never seriously thought it would actually be available




OK, just put the missing '/' in
Don't you just hate it when the keyboard gremlins hit?

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Aliweasel



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Folderol]
      #820421 - 21/03/10 02:51 PM
Just put this together over the past week. It's been a long time coming and will probably expand a lot over the coming months.

Al Lyle - Musician, Composer, Sound Engineer, Writer

Constructive feedback welcome.

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www.allyle.co.uk


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colin s



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #825797 - 11/04/10 05:01 PM
hi there

heres mine - www.colinsmusic.com

put together by alans stepdad trevor who charged 80 quid which i think is reasonable seeing as he also did the logo and soe (search engine optimiezed) for the site so when you type in "colins music" our site comes up on the first page of google

few tweeks needed (someone already mentioned the 'leeaysing' typo) and trevor is working on inplementing a mp3 player so you can click on a link and hear a track

we got it hosted for a good price too


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Exalted Wombat



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: colin s]
      #825807 - 11/04/10 05:50 PM
Quote colin s:



heres mine - www.colinsmusic.com
few tweeks needed (someone already mentioned the 'leeaysing' typo)




No, leave it! Having just ONE word correctly spelled on your site would destroy the whole post-postmodern vibe!


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bugiolacchi



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #825817 - 11/04/10 06:46 PM
This represents a somewhat outdated resume of my 'life'.
Make what you will... Ciao!
www.fragilefragile.com

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www.bugiolacchi.com
Songwriter/guitarist


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mankind-nil



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: colin s]
      #825820 - 11/04/10 06:50 PM
This made my day - your stuff is well ahead of its time!

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MacBook, Logic 8, headphones, too many ideas...
www.mankind-nil.co.uk


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A k A



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #825831 - 11/04/10 07:26 PM
www.sizaret.net/aka

made with iWeb and my little furry fingers.

feedback welcomed.

H


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Armadillo
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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #830938 - 02/05/10 11:05 PM
I just finished my new website a couple of weeks ago.

Feedback would be much appreciated.

www.peterchristiansen.co.uk

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www.myspace.com/arcanamusic


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Neokoenig



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Armadillo]
      #831041 - 03/05/10 04:12 PM
Quote Armadillo:

I just finished my new website a couple of weeks ago.

Feedback would be much appreciated.

www.peterchristiansen.co.uk




It's good for a Flash site - my only concern would be Search Engines. At the moment, all they can see is the title of the page (and that the page requires Flash 8+)

See: http://www.rexswain.com/httpview.html

Search engine spiders don't use Flash, or Javascript, so if your content is all in Flash, they can't index it...

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Web Design ~
Drum Studio


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Flanders



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #831617 - 06/05/10 10:23 AM
Hello,

I've got a blog on Max/MSP and other bits and bobs, including bits of music I make.

clicky


cheers


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MarkOne



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #831620 - 06/05/10 10:46 AM
My 'Making of' blog is here:

http://markonemusic.co.uk/newblog

currently in the mixing phase of the album and I've been posting excerpts of the tracks as I finish them

the main site is here: http://www.markonemusic.co.uk

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New album 'Fantasy Bridge' available now!
Making of Fantasy Bridge Diary


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Armadillo
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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Neokoenig]
      #832040 - 09/05/10 01:20 AM
Quote Neokoenig:

Quote Armadillo:

I just finished my new website a couple of weeks ago.

Feedback would be much appreciated.

www.peterchristiansen.co.uk




It's good for a Flash site - my only concern would be Search Engines. At the moment, all they can see is the title of the page (and that the page requires Flash 8+)

See: http://www.rexswain.com/httpview.html

Search engine spiders don't use Flash, or Javascript, so if your content is all in Flash, they can't index it...



Thanks. I'm not really bothered about search engines though. It's not like large production companies searches for composers on Google and I can't imagine how I would manage to get in the top spots anyway. I plan to give the link to people.
I mean, who in this thread shows up in the Top 10 in Google when searching for "music", "producer", "composer", "CD" or anything similar? None, I predict.

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www.myspace.com/arcanamusic


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Brownstone



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #832043 - 09/05/10 02:10 AM
Well, I figure that if someone wants to download an mp3 @192kbps because they like the music and want to make additional copies, have at it. And I'll be flattered. However, to get a wav file or any higher res file, they're going to have to pay me directly. I'll be happy to spin off up to 50 cd's a week or upload wav files to anyone who wants to pay for it.

I really don't believe that even 10 out of 100 people (including those in the audio arts industry)can hear the differences even if they're AB'd back to back. That said, if I were inclined to rip/download music from the web, for whatever purpose, I would want the utmost in a dynamic representation of the music. But then, I'm only one in 10 of a 100.

A link to one of my bare-bones sites is in each one of my posts here on the forums of SOS. I post it because I hope people will enjoy it. Not to see if I can make sales.

Cheerz!

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Just Press Play www.soundcloud.com/bravenote


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Brownstone



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... *DELETED* *DELETED* new [Re: Flanders]
      #832045 - 09/05/10 02:58 AM
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Brownstone



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Brownstone]
      #832046 - 09/05/10 03:07 AM
Quote:

"I just finished my new website a couple of weeks ago.

Feedback would be much appreciated."




Love your site Peter. The hard work you put in really shows!

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Boston Green



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #832050 - 09/05/10 07:25 AM
www.bandsoundhire.com - PA hire in Brighton


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AmbientGuy



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #832353 - 10/05/10 01:45 PM
THis is my site. Since this thread invites websites I dont think it is against the terms to add my site here.

Ambient Music Garden.com All the other artists and myself sell royalty free music there, so therefore, music not registered with PRS. It means we miss out on performing royalties but then again we dont expect much of a return from PRS anyway.

Feedback gratefully received as always. I am constantly developing it and changing it. I've given it a facelift recently but there is only so much you can do with cart software before it costs the earth to develop things.

Thanks guys.

Edited by AmbientGuy (10/05/10 01:46 PM)


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Joe Sound



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A new project of mine new [Re: Rob C]
      #843524 - 01/07/10 01:14 PM
Just started out a few months ago, recordings live things and cleaning them up to make good audio samples and sound effects.
Tell me what you think...

free sound effects by the Sound effects hunter

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sound is everywhere
sound effects hunter


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ktheo86



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #843622 - 01/07/10 10:00 PM
Here's the link for my nu jazz group:
www.myspace.com/stimpylockjaw

and here's the link for this metal band I joined recently:
www.myspace.com/everforthright

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"Holy Bitches brew batman, I love it"
www.soundclick.com/stimpylockjaw


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Sideshow Manny



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Nebulae]
      #845247 - 08/07/10 12:54 PM
I'm a solo artist, I knocked my site up in wordpress and used soundcloud to host the audio -

http://sideshowmanny.com

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http://sideshowmanny.com


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Barjeelik



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #847190 - 16/07/10 07:29 PM
The new Shared Nightmare Club (SNC) LP, 'Thoughts of resurrection' is now available here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/SharedNightmareClub


And, also on i-Tunes. The SNC have twice been featured in the hallowed pages of SOS wherein some nice things were said.

I blanked out anything that wasn't nice

I thank you.

Bar@SNC


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'Kat' Dorn Korus



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #849435 - 27/07/10 05:28 PM
Hello! I'm a music producer & songwriter .... my websites are at:

www.dornkorus.com
www.youtube.com/dornkorus

I'd love some comments on my Youtube channel as I've only just uploaded my latest tracks

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Music Producer & Songwriter
www.youtube.com/dornkorus


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MajorLabelPromo.com



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #857427 - 30/08/10 12:20 AM
http://majorlabelpromo.com

our goal is to try to address topics that involve making money in the industry. Any information that could help with efficiency, business practices, trends, advice we try to post. We're always looking for bloggers about the music business.

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http://majorlabelpromo.com
Home Page for the Music Business Leaders


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Ten21
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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #859598 - 06/09/10 10:16 PM
Quote Rob C:

I know a lot of forum regulars have got music sites... here's your opportunity to whack them up and tell us what you're doing... don't be shy...




Well I'm kind of late to this party - if this thread gets any older I'll be able to trace my ancestry on it!

Well here goes

Studio Website

http://www.ten21recordingstudios.co.uk/

On line Drums

http://www.drumsontap.com/

Online Vocal Tuning Service

http://www.intonationalrescue.com/

Cheers

Sean Kenny - Ten21 Recording Studios

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Lee - Lucky 6 Music



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Lucky 6 Music - New Website new [Re: Rob C]
      #860798 - 12/09/10 11:46 PM
Lucky 6 - Digital Mix & Mastering

New Website Launched Today. Let me know what you think

New Lucky 6 Website - Click Here

A big thanks has to be given to the designer of the site Nick Harrison. A great guy to work with and highly recommended. See his website at:

Designer - Nick Harrison's Website - Click Here

Lee.

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Digital Mix & Mastering
www.lucky6music.com


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ShortTon



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #872824 - 04/11/10 08:30 PM
Mine is www.VirtualMixEngineer.com

Ended up getting a freelancer to help me out, then spent a few weeks doing boring SEO stuff myself

Seems like there are plenty here, but its my online mixing service that launched a few months ago. Slowly but surely building up clients!

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Virtual Mix Engineer


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earphone
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http://www.earphone.org new [Re: Rob C]
      #872844 - 04/11/10 10:52 PM
http://www.earphone.org -> microsound/electronics


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Tony O'Shea



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Re: Come on... show us your sites... new [Re: Rob C]
      #876298 - 21/11/10 12:05 PM
Ours is very basic and designed and coded by a local freelance designer. My wife thinks it's too techie and plain.
She's probably right.

It's at www.miromastering.com

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Senior mastering engineer - MiroMastering
www.miromastering.com


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