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    Learn just a few Vst synth's inside out before being distracted by the newest shiniest one.

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    Just one tip: don't underestimate the name chosen for the tracks or for an album. Words are inspiring, even if music is instrumental.

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    Never give up =)

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    I've discovered that Soundcloud is full of really crappy, low effort con artists. It's best to avoid them. (Edited)
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    What works for me is creating the main part of the song first (so the middle). Then work on the beginning and end. Itís easier to see the flow this way, at least for me

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    Avoid distractions (turn of your phone while making beats).

    Take days off.

    Listen to new albums.

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    Thank you so much for this topic. I'm a newbie. I found a lot of practical tips for myself!
    Last edited by kennystone; 2 Weeks Ago at 11:32 PM.

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