Thanks for the response!
I love your work; especially the Maxwell house, and the Blue mist pewter (the twin trees).
I also liked the wireframe and real photos, but I would have liked them combined in one image
(the wireframe fading into a solid shape).
(That should give you some idea about what I like.)
About the LMMS, I’d like the image to reflect the product, which is essentially a music studio; or what you do with it.
“Music Studio” means it has instruments, percussion, bassline, pre-recorded sounds, …
You can compose every part of a song (or a sound track), other than the vocals.
The image should convey that this is a sophisticated product (not a basic software).
This is a conscious decision: Its logo was changed from-
-because people felt the earlier logo was not respectable enough.
The following may or may not be there in the image:
- musical notation, either in the form of sheet music or 3d shapes wafting in air.
- indoors or outdoors ambiance (meadow, river, stream, mountains–Anything that fits a musical sound)
- LMMS logo.
Here is some description to set you in the mood:
LMMS is meant for home studio, which comprises of a laptop and an electronic keyboard on a stand; both placed in a normally lit cosy den, with a half-filled music sheet on a stand, and a headphone placed somewhere; some music books in a shelf, and a coffee mug casually balanced someplace…
The idea is the home composer composes whenever mood takes him; he does not have to worry about studio rentals; or matching his timetable with other musicians (there are no other musicians!).
This is in contrast to a professional music recording studio, with dark sound-proof walls, a large glass-partition and a lot of recording+post-production equipment (including a mixing console that dominates the scene).
Does that provide sufficient input?