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Thread: 10 Things they donít tell Music ProducersÖ. til itís too late

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    Absolutely essential. I think this should be read by everyone. Nice!

    I would add though the 11th point:

    Always finish your projects.
    Especially in the beginning, when your learning process is rapid, you leave behind many unfinished projects. It is a bad habit. Even if it will be for your ears only, always finish your projects. The time will come when you will need an inspiration or cheer up. You will open an old song and see: Whoa, I made quite a progress here!.
    This way you will also practice all the stages of music production. The final mix mastering is very important. You need to practice it a lot.

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    Great post with some accurate information. Wish I would have come across this a year ago.
    Zay Woodz

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    When I first started producing I was very focused on this mentality, however, as I've grown as a producer I've learned that it's not always about finishing the project. I believe that at first it's definitely important because if you didn't you would never develop the skill to finish a project. Once you've passed that point though, I feel like you shouldn't have to. Now that I can produce quality music whenever I slip and something isn't going the right direction, I don't waste the time to continue/finish something I can already tell is gonna be a throw away. At a certain point in experience you don't gain anything from finishing yours songs. I feel the most important things is to make sure it doesn't become a habit.
    Zay Woodz

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    awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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    Nice post.

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    Fantastic post! Just read through it.
    Agree on each and every point after years of songwriting/producing.
    Newcomer? Embrace this!
    Stronger (Cayden Carrell/Kvarsnes) demo v rap borrowed from 99 problems(JayZ)

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    Thanks this helped alot!

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    Thankfull for wisdom

    Thanks you for this...just what I needed to read at this time.

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    Thanks for this, it really helps

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    great post! i strongly agree with all of these especially the one about how you dont need all the fancy tools and software that you think you do

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