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12-13-2010, 20:31 PM
You can view the page at http://www.trancefix.nl/content.php?574-Ferry-Tayle-interview
12-13-2010, 22:45 PM
Thank you so much for this great interview!!! :bg:
:wors: Ferry Tayle
Really nice interview, thanks for sharing this with us. He seems like a really nice guy, I also liked his opinion on the trance scene now days. :)
12-14-2010, 00:13 AM
Amazing! This guy is really wise.
Besides all our discussions about trance music now, there will be quality trance tracks being released while guys like him and Laurent Veronnez still be on the scene.
12-14-2010, 09:24 AM
Very Very thx !!! So interesting for me !
12-14-2010, 15:03 PM
Nice interview Ferry! Thx for sharing your thoughts on the Trance scene!
However, what do you guys think about the question "is the illegal sharing good or bad?".
Ferry said that it's bad from one side because then the labels don't sell enough anymore and the artists have to survive with the sales. Do you really think that the artists are earning their money from the sales of their own tracks? Don't you think that they make a huge amount of money during their gigs instead? I think that the artists surive with the gigs and not with the sales of the tracks...
I really would like to have a honest answer here, I'm not pro-illegal download, I'm just trying to understand whether this P2P sharing is actually bad or good for the artists!
More illegal sharing (like on youtube for example) means more people coming to know the artist and this means more people will attend the gigs featuring that particular artist = more money for the artist...
Do you agree? What are your thoughs?
12-14-2010, 19:05 PM
Not all artists are doing gigs (live or as DJs) and I think it's fair that people pay for the music they like. But no, it's very small amounts the artists are getting paid - generally.
P2P sharing isn't really that relevant anymore. People just find illegal content via google, blogs or forums. It's so easy accessible these days.
Youtube views does not equal more people at artists gigs. However, I agree that it is a good way to help build your fan-base (as one of many tools) - not because of illegal content but if you, as an artist, understand how to use this tool to communicate with your fanbase. Deadmau5 is a great example here.
12-15-2010, 01:06 AM
12-15-2010, 13:03 PM
Nice interview, but you could either not put music in the background, or use subtitles. It's hard to understand him from time to time, mainly because of his kinda hard french accent.
12-15-2010, 19:53 PM
Un des meilleurs artistes de nos jours!!! Reportage excellent !!! :icon_mrgreen:
I understood him perfectly, the music was fine for me. Perhaps that could be a possibility in future interviews where there's subtitles for people who might have more trouble than other people trying to hear what the artist is saying.
12-21-2010, 23:52 PM
Thanks everybody for your words. I tried to stay honest even if i'm rude about the business ! Sorry if i hurted someone with that. It's just my humble opinion. I'm not better than the others, it's just my point of view & my tastes :)
12-25-2010, 10:41 AM
Thank You for all the comments on the interview! =)
Ferry, thank You for talking to us!
Im happy that You were honest. And Im sure a lot of listeners and fans agree, I do 100 %.
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