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sheddwellers
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Constructive Feedback

Postby sheddwellers » Fri Jun 26, 2009 3:00 pm

Hi

I've not been on here in a while and was hoping some of you could have a listen to my new tracks at http://www.myspace.com/jamiemacleodmusic and give me some thoughts/opinions etc. If you like it, or don’t like it, please tell me why. I'm starting to look around for some kind of publishing deal or similar (if it still exists?).

Everything was done by me, all of these songs were recorded in Cubase and all the guitar parts were mostly recorded in Revalver 2 and 3 and Guitar Rig 3. The older songs, Singularity and Hold Fast, were recorded with a Triaxis, a 395 and a Marshall 2x12, miked with a Rode NT2.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Thanks for your time

Jamie.

fulmoti007
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Constructive Feedback

Postby fulmoti007 » Mon May 10, 2010 6:41 am

We often confuse feedback with criticism – probably because much of our experience with it has had more to do with what we’ve done wrong than what we’ve done right or how we could do better. This is unfortunate. Feedback should not be viewed as a personal assault or a list of errors, mistakes, or mishaps.

While the content of the feedback can be negative, its delivery can always be constructive. If it’s not, the feedback will not be accepted or be received as an insult, which can ignite other issues and problems. How feedback is communicated is based on an individual’s communication skills. Are these essential interpersonal skills good or poor?

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