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After finishing a song do you start to hate it and what to add/change things?
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So my only question would be, which is also just a more personal one in terms of inspiration. i tend to try lots of things to maybe get a even better sounding thing (whatever this might be, just a snare sample or another pattern or another oneshot, whatever, in general i just mean sounds) which i like more, even when i like the current situation already. i found that when sitting together with people making music, most people i collabed with just had something good and sticked to it whereas i wouldve been trying lots of different sounds, knob settings and samples to ideally achieve what ive already explained. since i barely start tunes with an initial idea and mostly experiment and things simply happen i'd like to know how this works for you. 2nd tiny thing: do you produce in key? for example i collabed with a guy who built and builds the tune around the snare and attuned everything to the snares pitch.
thanks in advance, marian!
Ive read a lot of stuff reccomending to cut 10-20hz/wherever in subs to increase 'power' and 'control' but i always seem to have trouble doing this precisely on Parametric EQ 2 with any noticeable effects or accuracy.
i may not have explained that clearly.
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Normally sounds ok i just wondered about lowcutting as it seems to be a bit of a grey area
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