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About Symphoid

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  • Birthday 01/23/1978

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    Symphochro
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    w_e_christiansen@hotmail.com
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    I like snacks
  1. It's interesting that this topic was made. When I was younger, I had crippling emetophobia (fear of throwing up, seeing someone throw up, etc.) I was neurotic and superstitious about foods and activities that may lead to vomiting. It was out of control.
  2. This is really great! Dynamic track, man. Thumbs and big toes wayyy up!
  3. Cool stuff, Oopie. I didn't even know you made music.
  4. Ha, sorry for the bump. I forgot to post the video.
  5. I'll be your contact Do you know what you'd like to do?
  6. It involves using personal and professional contacts to assist with a job search or to help achieve career goals. It's not absolutely necessary, but it's a great advantage to have. You can have amazing abilities, but most of the time an employer doesn't give a rat's ass about your skills without employment experience.
  7. ^That is the hardest way and idealistic. You don't have to have a large network of people to find your way into a company. I would much rather have the added advantage of someone backing my skills or giving me the heads up about an available position as opposed to just applying somewhere and hoping I can sell myself. Without being too cynical, how could it not help?
  8. Tom Cruise. I'd love to punch the crazy out of his stupid scientologist face.
  9. ^DP is speaking the truth. Networking gives you a huge advantage. I was out of work for almost a year, but recently landed a new position thanks to networking. I had been in graphic design for over 15 years. I hated it, but for someone with a degree in art there's not much choice, especially if you want a steady paycheck. Long hours, despotic bosses, and opinionated clients who don't like to pay just drained the life out of me. 99% of the work I produced was gut-wrenchingly stupid. Advertising is the worst! Anyway, now I work with kids with Autism and I love it. I'm making a difference
  10. ^I love that one. Some of these have been major influences on my music composition: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcIZtREgbsE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcIZtREgbsE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj04oRO-0Ws]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj04oRO-0Ws http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MjdfouYeYc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MjdfouYeYc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmRrI8Qg3X0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmRrI8Qg3X0
  11. Radi, just let your music speak for itself. Getting angry over a lack of response hurts your success. Nobody commented in my thread, but I don't care because I wrote it for me. People don't always feel like giving feedback. Your last track won't be your last effort and it certainly won't define you as an artist if you keep writing music. Take criticism with maturity and an open mind. It'll improve your work.
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