DAVID CUTTER MUSIC
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1. You must always credit me in the video/podcast description as follows: Music by: @dcuttermusic / http://www.davidcuttermusic.com
3. But you can also download my music here: www.davidcuttermusic.com/artistunion
4. Any uses outside of Youtube/Facebook/Instagram/Vimeo require special permission - please contact me here
"WILL I HAVE COPYRIGHT ISSUES ON YOUTUBE?"
No, you will be able to use my music in your videos without any copyright problems.
"I HAVE RECEIVED A COPYRIGHT CLAIM WHEN USING YOUR MUSIC"
Don't panic, please contact me as soon as possible including the claim details as this may be a fraudulent claim.
Yes, you spend a lot of time and effort creating your videos, you should get paid for it, I won't claim your video.
Yes, you can, but please contact me before you upload it.
THE VLOG MUSIC SPOTIFY PLAYLIST
'Vlog Music' is a Spotify playlist that aims to discover and showcase some of the best music in the style of music used in vlogs by influencial Youtubers such as Casey Neistat, Shonduras, Sara Dietschy, FunforLouis and many more.
It is constantly updated and new tracks added once approved.
Submissions for the playlist can be sent through the Submithub link below.
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I need something to keep me awake late at night while
I'm writing tracks, so please buy me a coffee.
Just like any other hard working musician, I always
desperately need Donuts, so go ahead, help a guy out.
The past year or so has been an amazing journey and where I am today wouldn't have been possible without the solid support of those who stream/buy/use my music, so a massive thank you to those of you that have supported me so far.
U.K. based David Cutter has been around music from an early age, he started out when he got hold of a drum machine and was soon hooked with the sounds he could get out of it, moving on from the drum machine he became a drummer for a number of low-key bands, since then he has moved back into music production, focusing and developing his own style into what you hear today.
This unique style has led to his music being widely used by some the most influential creators on Youtube,
Casey Neistat, Shonduras, Philip DeFranco, FunforLouis, Sara Dietschy, Wil Dasovich, Alodia Gosiengfiao and many more.
He has also collaborated with artists such as Gurty Beats, Joakim Karud, Kasey Andre and Andrew Applepie.
Yes you can! Check out the details HERE.
I used to be a Drummer in a Funk band, I still play from time to time but I got tired of lugging a Drum Kit around
and turned to Music Production instead. I can also play a little Piano, Guitar and usually anything that I can get my hands on.
In between eating and sleeping, I pretty much spend most
of my time writing music, its the one thing that I have always
had a serious passion for and apart from chilling on a beach somewhere, I can't think of much else I'd choose to do, saying that, I do also play around with Photography, Graphic Design
and Videography, I'd like to spend more time creating videos,
but all roads end up leading back to writing music.
I love my Maschine and think it is a great starting point for anyone wanting to get into making music, it's really simple to pick up, user friendly and I guarantee you will make your first loop in an afternoon.
You should also listen to a lot of music in a lot of styles, inspiration can come from anywhere and you can learn a lot by listening to anything, even how not to do something! If you are a little deeper into music production then my advice is to be self critical, listen carefully to your own music and learn from your mistakes.
There are plenty of music production/mixing tutorials (good and bad) on Youtube, watch them all, learn everything about Compression and EQ, then go back and learn about Compression and EQ again, did I mention Compression and EQ?
Above all else, just create music with the tools you have to hand, if you only have a tin bucket, a guitar with 2 strings and a croaky voice, use them!
My setup is intentionally simple, I find trying to get the best out of what you have makes you work harder to progress.
I mainly use Maschine and Logic Pro, I love Maschine for it's ease of turning an idea into creation so quickly, I can load it up, get a few sounds and start to turn that annoying tune that I have buzzing around in my head into reality.
I use a digital distributor called Distrokid, you pay a yearly fee and upload your releases to them, then they do all the hard work of getting them in the stores! If you want to release your own music, you should definitely check them out!
If you have a question that you think should be answered here, please send me a message below.