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Thread: Liking your own music you produce?

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by djnotapplicable View Post
    I used to a vocal start to my radio sets, now I just have an intro drop and go from there. I don't like the sound of my own voice.
    good idea, yet there's some times I have to be specific with info'. I have thought about getting a few name-drops done so I can add them to my online mixes

  2. #12
    I've been producing music for three years now (not including a month or two just messing with FL Studio and not actually deciding to learn making music), and after about a year, I was confident that I could actually send some music to others, because I had a few positive words of encouragement from some people. I still have the first few tracks which I really liked from then, but I just can't bring myself to finishing it, while I work on newer music all the time. But in general, I like about half of my music, and really enjoy just a couple of tracks.
    My soundcloud (deep dubstep, 140 bass productions)

  3. #13
    always my own .. where memories are mine.. being a fan of other music, your pieces of memories stick to them..
    earphones.. a drink..cigerettes..and anything else i need by my side.. and then its listening to my own music.. even if im such a perfectionist..
    I will work on improving and enhancing or intensifying with meaning and style with a descriptive word for more or less of any sound.. noise.. beat.. note.. bass.. and dub... and any buildups i break down and with my emotion I have from my life and any false positives for hallucinations of loss and any pain and suffering in my music which then develops a moment which i feel the need to move to the beat.. flow with the sound.. developing a rythem.. i always aim for genres of my mood.. but then it comes out totally different. am i the creator of this tune.. or is it letting out another form of something in my way

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