Just had a quick spin through the CC forum and had a couple of thoughts. Most of the topics are variations of :
Topic : "here is a track, please give me some CC"
OP : "hey guys, I just wrote a track, what do you think?"
This is all well and good but it is a bit hard (for me at least) to know what angle to approach giving CC from. I think the CC forum should be about improving tracks and helping members of the community be better musicians. It is a bit hard for me to know how to help this poster so I am much more likely to get lost in a reddit click trance. Consider :
Topic : "How can I improve the structure in this c64 House tune?"
OP : "I like the sound design and the mix of this tune but I feel the track meanders a bit, I am not really sure how to transition from my verse to my chorus and I don't know how to end the song"
Nice and clear, eliminates a lot of things from the equation and give the CCer specific areas to focus on, thread title more likely to attract C64 users, house fans and structure experts.
Topic "How can I toughen up the kick drum in this LSDJ track?"
OP "The kick drum seems to be a bit buried in the mix, any hints on how I can make it punchier? I think it gets particularly lost around 1:20 - 1:40 when the loud bass comes in."
Clear title, likely to attract LSDJ users with a knowledge of production
Or if you don't have a specific problem and want general feed back, take a pen and paper, listen to your track a few times write down 3 things you are happy with and three things you are less happy with, this narrows the range of things potentially helpful people will be listening for.
Topic : "Could I get some feedback on this FM funk track?"
OP : "I like the drums and the melody a lot, I think the chorus works well and the vocal samples work. I am less sure about the verses, the bassline and the mix."
Pretty vague title still but is likely to attract people who like FM (me) and people who like funk (me) who want to see more good FM funk. Also I am specifically thinking about verses, bassline and mix while listening. In general, if you are clear about what YOU as an artist think about your track there is a better chance other people will too!
ps : Thread title brought to you by the department of redundancy department.