We have to admit he's pushing the limits. Of "fake it till you make it" mentality, but still.
When is his next lecture by the way? Asking for a friend.
Bro with that kind of money he'd be better off throwing a few bucks at *real* (good) trance producers instead of getting shitty ghost producers and faking having an audience and expertise. This is the difference between being a patron of the arts and being a self-absorbed charlatan.Ive been trying to look into the background of this guy,seeing as hes only been in Trance a few years,and he looks like hes in his 50's. He has a mansion,so im guessing he made his fortune in a totally different business.
His linkedin page was very vague, but based on a different website I got the impression that his company dealt with loans for real estate investmentsCould be haha,but the money has to come from somewhere to pay for all these ghost tracks. He had a business called 'Bickert Investments LLC' in Alabama - but that has closed now apparently.
Thats pretty much normal nowadays. There was a german documentary where they did interview a guy who literally had a spotfiy-botnet to farm plays on tracks. Ever wondered why most rap tracks out there are literally only 2 minutes long? The bot can play a 2 min track more often then a 4 min one (twice in the same time) I bet a lot of stuff out there is fake.That Chapter47 guy gave an online lesson about music production. He did this for a British university.
I signed up for his lecture for free and got the MS Teams link. I asked him if it was a good idea to buy plays and purchase your own track to get High in the charts.
he says “you can, but I wouldn’t do it. I really wouldn’t haha. But if you want to know more, email me after the class”.
Really happened. Gagi and Hens were there too as I gave them the MS Teams link. They are my witness.