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Leaving comments in other people’s original tracks and mixes is a powerful tool, even more so than having a favorites list.This is because you have increased your visibility by leaving your mark in a song or mix that a number of people who don’t know or follow you are listening to.) Plus, your friends will see that you took the time to favorite the mixes of theirs that you (hopefully) liked, making them more likely to return the favor down the road.Once again, this all goes back to showing genuine interest in what other people are doing out there.Using just two or three primary colors, an eye catching photo of yourself, minimal (prefrably zero) text, or simple patterns will help ensure an eye-pleasing avatar.And if you cannot design to save your life or afford to pay a professional designer, NO avatar is much better than a BADLY DESIGNED one!An important thing to keep in mind however: be sure the design is optimized for thumbnail size.In many instances, your logo will be seen as a small box on either a followers list, or on the timeline of a song in you commented on, so it has to translate nicely both small and large.
Although not having to pay a dime may work if you are just looking to privately exchange music with other producers, it has little benefit if you want to promote your work the masses.You need to say something interesting or insightful when you leave your two cents. Or, if someone has a question they left, respond to it. You don’t have to leave comments on everything you listen to, but remember that each one you leave creates a potential path back to your page.I cannot stress enough how important good design is when it comes to solidifying your identity on Soundcloud.If you are a DJ or producer, I’m willing to wager that if you have been on the Internet any time over the past two years, you have heard of Soundcloud.As the company who promises to “move audio”, the service sounds like a lucrative bet for any budding musician.