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

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    I wish I had read this 15 years ago

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    This was a great read, very detailed in not "over-thinking" the process...

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    ty as well!

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    Number 6 is so important! Great post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by innerstatejt View Post

    10. Everybody steals

    So many people are so ****ing paranoid that they just sit there staring at their computer screen like me wandering aimlessly in a supermarket trying to put a meal together. My god, if I couldnít steal recipes from people much more gifted in cooking than me, Iíd be in even more trouble.The truth is, that all of the music you hear is inspired by another musician, artist, poet or some abstract thing someone recognized as having a beauty that others might not have seen from that perspective.That idea you are afraid to borrow was almost certainly inspired someone else, if not completely stolen. Picasso, John Lennon & Steve Jobs, all considered to be creative innovators all are famously quoted for nicking ideas pretty blatantly. You think Led Zeppelin were innovators? I did too & I still love them, but if you do some research, Iím sure youíll be shocked.Stealing ideas is how artists constantly fuel their own creativity. Letting go of the fear of being completely original will actually set you free & make you more creative, not less. Use samples, presets, loops, quotes, or even steal from your own past ideas. Nothing you can steal will be put back together quite like the source you got it from.We are all human filters. This means that no matter what we borrow or steal, it still has to run through our unique set of parameters before it gets spit back out as our own art. Drop the fear & use everything around you when you create. Itís liberating.
    Love this bit. Cheers great article.

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