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WHO:

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WHAT:

This is a site that brings together musicians and bands with the general public. The process is very
simple. Musicians and bands pay members of the public to post reviews of their songs. SliceThePie
act as a middleman and pay you for each honest review you give. The better your review the more
you can get paid. It ranges from $0.05 to $0.20 per review and its a very quick process!

WHERE:

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WHY

Internet Marketing requires money. Domain and Hosting is the most basic of costs that you will need
to cover to try most methods here. You may not have enough money, or maybe you don't even have
a debit/credit card to load your money online. SliceThePie gives out payment via PayPal on a timely
manner, which in turn is accepted by many Domain/Hosting companies.

HOW:

You're ready to begin! First I will explain how to get started posting, then I will continue with
experience-given tips.

STEP 1:

Create Your Account.

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At the top, click "Sign Up".

Note: Use an easy-to-remember email address & username and provide your date of birth (note this
down as you will need this for payment).

Once you have filled out your email, name, password etc you will be asked a series of questions
relating to your music tastes and so forth, try to choose as many music genres as possible so you
have a wide array of music to review once your account is up.
Now you are logged in and ready to review and earn!

STEP 2:
Review, review and review some more!

Basically you will be given a song to listen to for at least 90 seconds which you will then have to write
a review for and rate once the 90 seconds are up, the song will continue to play however so you can
spend more than 90 seconds writing the review. Once you have submitted your review and rating it
will calculate how much you will get paid for that review and it can vary from $0.05 up to $0.20
depending on how good and detailed the review is.

So therefore you want to write a good review so you can earn the most per review and really cash
in!

So that is basically it, you post reviews on what you hear and get paid. Here is what Ive managed to
earn in a few weeks:

Payments:
These are made every Tuesday and Friday and you have to have a minimum balance of $10. Simple
and easy, all the payments are made via paypal.

TIPS:
To earn the maximum per review your review has to be good and worth it. The reviews have to be
meaningful and actually aid the artist. Here are some tips to earn the maximum per post:

1. Review as you listen you can type as soon as the song starts, so this means you can
comment as the song goes along and go into detail about any particular points.
2. You can focus on the introduction, vocal melody and lyrics.
3. Also write about the instrument arrangement the rhythm, the instrument variety and
balance and if there were any digital effects.
4. Also be descriptive and use a wide array of words. Below you will find a list of suitable words
and phrases.
5. Finally comment on the overall qualities of the song the structure, commercial potential,
performance quality and production and recording quality.
For melodies

Positive - tuneful, interesting, shapely (or well-shaped), strong, melodious, memorable, original,

Negative - plain, shapeless, tuneless, boring, too simple, overly complex, and unoriginal

For vocals

Positive: - distinctive, rich, warm, expressive, feeling, strong, attractive, appealing, confident,
conviction, heartfelt, clear, stylish, impressive, pitch range, dynamic, edgy, raw, powerful

Negative: - thin, weak, inconsistent, out of tune, pitch problems, expressionless, bland, and self-
conscious

For lyrics

Positive - original, amusing, thought-provoking, inspiring, heart-warming, punchy, meaningful,


clever, deep,

Negative - plain, uninspiring, weak, pretentious, cheesy, corny, cringe worthy, obscure, confusing,
predictable, repetitive, offensive

For instrumental accompaniments

Positive: balanced, varied, full, rich, rhythmic, engaging, compelling, competent, smooth,
accomplished, imaginative, creative, solid, original, exciting, powerful, driving, atmospheric,
ethereal,

Negative: Weak, plain, safe, uninspired, lacking conviction, poor balance, untogether, over-
sentimental, unvaried, lacking contrast. strident, harsh

For artists

Positive: talented, imaginative, professional, creative, accomplished, competent, skilful, careful,


experienced, natural

Negative: unimaginative, predictable, careless, unprofessional, untogether, dated, awkward

Sample Reviews: (note: do not use these as your own, you will get banned)
Example 1 - A glowing review - 9/10

This is a great song and performance. The melody is strong and tuneful. The singer has an attractive
vocal tone, and puts real feeling into the lyrics. The lyrics are interesting and meaningful with some
punchy phrases. Instrumentally, the song has a rich, full accompaniment that complements the vocal
track perfectly. Great guitar solo too, although I think a grittier tone would suit the dark mood of the
song better.

The performance quality is high throughout, both vocally and instrumentally. Overall, the song is
distinctive and original, and I think it has strong commercial potential.
Example 2 - A good song badly arranged - 6/10

I think this song has some good musical qualities but needs a better musical arrangement. The singer
has a distinctive and attractive vocal tone, but is often drowned out by the powerful instrumental
accompaniment. The synth tones are far too harsh and strident. The singer should be allowed to
dominate the song without having to compete with the accompaniment. The lyrics seem quite
interesting, but can't always be heard clearly because of the poor vocal-instrumental balance. It's
quite a tuneful song, though, and could be easily improved with a more tasteful instrumental
arrangement.

Example 3 - A negative review- 3/10

This song has some problems. The intro is too long, and doesn't really develop or build up enough to
justify such a long intro. The singer has some pitch accuracy issues (that's a diplomatic way of saying
"out of tune"). The melody is weak, and the lyrics are quite plain and repetitive. The instrumental
arrangement is reasonably good in terms of balance, and it provides a solid enough accompaniment,
but it needs to be a bit more varied and interesting, and definitely more expressive for greater
impact. Overall, I think the song doesn't have enough quality in its present state.

Some final general musical terms:

Accompaniment, acoustic, alto, arpeggio, arrangement, atonal, bass, backing, backbeat, beat, BPM,
brass, bridge, chords, chorus, chromatic, classic, classical, coda, composition, counterpoint,
development, drumming, dynamics, fills, flow, harmony, harmonise (harmonize), harmonics, hook,
instrument, instrumental, improvisation, intro, key, lead, lyrics, melody, metre (meter), modal,
modulate, offbeat, percussion, phrase, phrasing, piano, pitch, range, refrain, register, rhythm, scale,
sequence, shuffle, singer, snare, solo, soprano, syncopation, synth, tempo, tenor, tonal, tone
(timbre), tremolo, triplets, tune, tuning, vamp, verse, vibrato, vocal, voicing

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