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© 2018-2020 Michał "FalKKonE" Sokołowski

Do you take requests?

Nope. But I can read your suggestions in the comments or on my Discord server. I may like some. Who knows.

 

Why don't you take requests?
Because it's painful to make something I don't really wanna make, or something I don't feel at the moment.
You don't want me to make lousy music. 

 

Do you take commissions?

There was once a special tier on Patreon page, but for the same reasons as with requests - it's no longer there.


How do you make music so fast?
Music is simple if you really feel it. Also, this is what I do for a living at this moment, and I enjoy it a lot.

What do you use to make music?
I make it from scratch using FL Studio with a lot of VSTs I'm wasting most of my money on every month (not gonna endorse anything).

Why isn't the recent stuff available on Spotify/iTunes/whatnot?

I release my music in form of albums of 10-15 tracks, so it's probably waiting for the completion.

Don't worry, it will be there soon enough. 

Can I use your music in my video?
Yes, as long as you credit me, it's on YouTube only, and your video is NOT one of the following:
* re-upload
* extended version, 1-hour version, any-other version
* remix/nightcore/any-change-that-requires-no-skill-or-time-spent

* another music video (for instance, with some matched animation in the background)

* basically anything where my music is the main focus, even if it's not monetized

(please note I may claim or take your video down if you don't follow these rules, and if I get mad)

Can I use your music in my game/mod?

Nope. 

 

Can I play your music while I stream games/drawings/whatnot?

To be honest, I have no issues with that, if I'm credited somewhere. But I'm not sure about the legal side of it when it comes to covers and their original compositions, so I'll just remain tight-lipped. 


How do you read FalKKonE?

It's falconé (like "falcone" - Italian for a falcon).
Duh.