Originally Posted by deadlylover
I think it's freaking fantastic that you notice your shortcomings, at least you have a direction you want to go!
Nobody is at that stage because I think people just review for the sake of reviewing, to inflate one's ego and tell everybody else 'lols look at me, I'm a reviewer for a hobby I'm passionate about, look at my status'.
This hobby is filled with so much pretentiousness, everybody just wants people to agree with them.
God damnit I hate audiophiles.
I notice it quite often.
I know what my problem is, procrastination, and carelessness
What happens is that I write schitty essays. But then when my teachers tell me to carefully outline something out or to correct some essay for mistakes and etc.
I do fantastic.
It's not even based on what I'm working on. I realize that I work "actively" when reviewing other works and etc etc. It's something I have to change in general writing
As for my current reviewing. I'm not going for a CLIEOS or something. I just want to be an audiophile reviewer that reviews consumer things and gives honest reviews of products.
There were many faults with that product and its price. But being an enlightened audiophile review does not mean I need to schiit on every product. One must also analyze why that product was at said price and etc.
No. You hate a specific(mass) group of audiophiles. There once was a dedicated audiophile group.
To remain objective. I can't rage. There are so many times when I want to rage at just how elitist some commenters are at things.
And then there is the fact that many people can't do criticism anymore.
Youc an't analyze the human condition in audio anymore without freaking someone out.