|Originally posted by SystematicX1 |
You know actually man, it isn't really a specific thing or even an area.
One thing I have appreciated here on the production forum over the years is the fact that no matter what state the track was, producers here broke it down, for anyone hence the real purpose of this thread
For me, it has always been a kind of reverse psychology. When a true WIP walks in here I have always tried to lend an "ear" and remained perfectly biased.
When I can, I try to break down every aspect of the problem issue in order to come to a pleasing result from the artist.
Fact is, I learn from others track mistakes and oddly enough when I run into areas like that on my tracks, I know what not to do.
So, my whole point is this...
You guys put up these freakin polished mastered bangers that are already complete. And although I really dig and admire your guy's work, I don't learn from it. I have heard WIPs from you guys that sounded really messed up (as they all are). But when I see what you say about what YOU think your track state is in and then I see someone posting something completely different... Well,they are not wrong, it is just a different set of perspective. And this is how I learn,personally.
Gah, this is probably not making any sense and I do apologize D. It isn't meant as a rail only a very light hearted poke lol
I hear you man, tomorrow I will try to walk you through my basic process of getting a new track started.
I like that freedom with no boundaries, no restrictions, no rules setup by somebody else – it's only me and my music.