That is question you will have to ask yourself I guess.
No idea of what Lego Universe Creation Lab is. Link that fake Hinkik to me. I will show him who's boss.
Well the easiest way to get listeners is to become one yourself. Follow people's soundclouds and they might check you out.
It's the same for me too with views though. I got like 500 views on my Fairy Tail remix and around 20 on the rest.
Also for that thing about not liking to self-promote yourself. Just create a thread on this forum and tell everyone who makes music that you can submit tracks to the thread and exchange feedback. I can post some of mine there too so you won't feel awkward.
How come I've never seen
you Hankik before?
Lol idk, Do you even realize what you just did? lmbo what an idiot.
Collaborating with peopple in you range of skill and subscribers is a good way to get noticed. Also remixing popular chunes, remixing chunes from shows, posting your stuff on any and every forum. You should check out MyLittleremix if you haven't already. It's basically the hub for electronic brony producers. Thats another good place to post. Basically anywhere and everywhere you can. Also like Hankik said, following people on soundcloud. Just make sure you don't do those "Great chune m8. Didn't listen to the whole thing but you should totally check out all my awesome work" comments. I wouldn't even mention yourself if you're commenting, just say wat you like about the track, try not to sound like you're just pretending to be a know it all though.
Oh and a similar thing if you decide to do collabs, make sure you don't ask like send way above your level of fans like deadmau5 some "Bro let's collab bro" message.
Also maintaining a professional image is pretty important. You don't really have to worry about how you act, more things like Logo, album art, etc. Good art catches people's eye and their more likely to give your track a listen.
I've heard the first hundred subs are the hardest to get, so good luck man.
EDIT: Oh! Remix comps! Those are always a good as well
Edited by WydrA, 17 November 2014 - 04:35 PM.