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Registered: Aug 2009
Location: Hampshire, IL
Originally posted by sako487
Over 100 WIP's, couple of which I finished, and probably one or two that I actually like
Same as me, except for the part about finishing any of them.
For about 6 years I'd write a new song every 2-3 months at least (sometimes several a month) and I finished virtually every project I started.
I don't know what the fuck happened to me. I feel like Robbie, for fuck's sake. Everything I do, I'm excited for a week, until I start hearing all of the flaws and I lose inspiration. I've started and abandoned WAY more projects this year than the last 5 years combined.
But, I can honestly say I've improved more this year than any other. I went through this exact phase about 3 years ago, I became acutely aware of my own flaws and shortcomings as a producer, and making the same mistakes over and over again became too frustrating to want to write anything new. Why try to write anything good when I know it'll sound mediocre at best?
So I've worked my ass off this and it's finally starting to show. I'm about halfway done working on a new track that sounds absolutely incredible compared to anything else I've made, I've never been more sure of that.
Haha I didn't mean to type that much, shit. I'd be surprised if anyone even noticed I stopped writing music. Still, though.. writer's block makes it feel like a part of me is dead. It really gets to me for some reason. Hopefully all of this effort pays off and this track turns out great.
Registered: Jun 2005
Around 21 with remixes I think. Why stop there, on 40 we go. I get high off this shit.
Never gonna give you up.
Registered: Aug 2002
Location: Toronto, Canada
7 tracks in total, averaging about 25 hours per track
Most of the work was done in the past 1.5 months of voluntary funemployment.
I play Trance no Dance
Registered: Dec 2002
Location: Brussels, Belgium
with all the cooking recipe scores, remixes and own productions, we're over 100 here.
But quantity doesn't matter, only quality does. those recipe scores sound average yet they took a lot of time.
Http://www.airwave-music.com is my new site. Djairwave.com is no more. A new era has begun
Last edited by Lolo on Aug-14-2012 at 16:44
Registered: Mar 2011
Location: south west of england
as my productions have gone to shit this year i have made only a handful of tracks so i am kinda hoping next year will be more fruitful,plus i plan on upgrading my pc again to a 3.6 ghz processor and more ram ect
Champion Thread Killer
Registered: Feb 2005
I keep finding new influences and inspirations, so projects that I start a year or two ago no longer match what I want to accomplish.
That said, I've only finished 2 so far.
Registered: May 2009
9 that count and a bunch of songs I would rather get other people involved in before releasing
I'm so sick of 'producing' I just wanna be able to write tunes then pass the shit off to a trusted engineer to get things dialed in, I don't have any business mastering my own stuff and I expel way too much energy on mixing (instead of writing)
EDIT: welcome back Kysora
Last edited by meriter on Aug-14-2012 at 16:52
Registered: Nov 2005
around 15 remixes and maybe 7 originals. Im on parental leave...
I'm getting old
Registered: Mar 2001
6 so far. Not nearly as many as I would like, or in previous years. This is due to a lot of new factors in my life, all good, but they take away from my ability to write music like I used to.