|How do you know when a song is finished or needs no more changes?
When everything ties together, the song is in format with the beat and I'm comfortable with everything. Usually I record the song do a lot of extra adlibs and stacks and then narrow down and remove certain things as I mix the song down.
We usually give people our tracks to give their comments or sometimes play the song on the dance floor.
whem i listen 20 tlimes
Exactly what I said in my creative process question.
5. Mix & Master / Adjust volumes.
6. Listen to it on my Powered speakers, computer speakers and in my car as well to make sure the volume is professional edited and sounds good.
7. Upload to my Myspace and put it on a CD!
When i love listening to my own song again and again.
A song is never finished in my opinion. It always can be enhanced. There are endless amounts of possibilities as to what you can do.
But that's not to say that it should be changed. Some songs come out best when they're not touched up entirely. Some songs sound amazing even without any editing.
never known. bcause music is like a water
Good Songs or Pieces are like paintings, they are never finished. That's why ameatures usually write in the same vain over and over again and call it their "style" when usually it is just a song they have not learned to let go of lol. When I realize that I may be over killing the statement I immidiately back up and back off! Although I want to keep going I don't want to spoil my future inspiration, at the same time I don't want to cut too short. So I just kind of feel it out! if I can, and want to hear it over and over again, then I know that it is just right.
Its usaully if i can listen to it over and over and not find any problems with it. If i can here something i dont like even a little bit ill have to go back and change it.
No so does not happen! You can change a song even when it is written already down and published on CD.
Well, writing with The Outer Vibe, we figure, when there is no more parts to put in, take out, tweak and arrange, we call it good. We usually get to the point where we are like, "let's just record this thing already!!"
By listening to it. If things feel good then leave it for a while then listen to it again. There may have been an ego rush that convinced me that a certain track was fantastic and then the next week i hate it for that very reason. If i still like it after a period of time then that's the one.
When the song says what you want it too, when it captures emotion and relays it. There have been times where I have written a song and spent hours beside a keyboard and others that I have just written on paper, and both kinds have something very special about them.
A track is never finished for a DJ, and I always find better ways to remix it or find a better tracklist for the mix. There is always a chance for improvement and I always feel it and work on it!
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