After several attempts at getting an "insight report" I gave up. I had 300 credits (new system) and 50 credits were used to get said report. The website kept on saying a date when the report would be created but every time it hit that date it would change to another, future date.
The idea of the site seems sound. However, owning the "remixes" after a competition seems a bit much. Effectively, an artist would have access to thousands of remixes and after the blood, sweat and tears of each user, having created their masterpiece, has subsided and they haven't won then they have lost a possible track that they could have used in the future. Also, the fact that (in my case) they didn't receive a report (or received one but without any comments on improvements or defence of why the "score" given is what it is) makes the whole process annoying to say the least. I find the comments / scores (when reported) differ greatly in respect to who actually reviews said competition entry. In one case an "intern" scored a remix and gave a relatively low score for mastering, however, LANDR was used and they are one of the sponsors for the competitions. This seems to contradict somewhat.
Anyway, I suppose you could say I'm a disgruntled user. And that would be correct but I do feel that the whole SKIO system is not the greatest and I certainly will be giving my opinion when asked in the UK music circles to which I am privy.
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