Some Top Tips when giving feedback
Use timed comments where possible - If the point you are making relates to a specific point in the track, pin it to the waveform.
Include references and links to plugins, resources, videos and anything else that you think might help the artist. (No links to pirated content please)
Create individual comments for each issue - Don’t lump together points, even if they are in the same category. Bite-size pieces of content makes your feedback easier to digest and act upon.
Take notes on your first listen - Uninterrupted listening is best for first impressions, so have a notepad to hand to scribble down those notes.
Share your killer tips - Users love them, and will come back for more!
Make your profile stand out - Unless you are a superstar producer, the primary source of information people will have about you and your abilities will come from your profile.
Aim to be speedy - Everyone likes fast delivery, but most importantly try not to miss deadlines.
Read the user’s profile and react - Give them tips specific to their DAW, mention a cool preset for that plugin they own and customise your level of writing to their skill level.
Inject some personality - Keep it light, speak your mind, maybe even crack a joke!