i Don't have any Specific Process...it just comes!
I produce and compose and belal produce and mix and master ;D~
Waiting for the green light to start my concert tours in Europe, mainly in the Netherlands.
there is no specific order... some times improvising, some times whole songs come to my mind. Some times trying to copy something i create brand new stuff.. I'm not attached to any method
I get inspiration out of the life I live. When something pops up, I don't write it down. When I can recall it the next day, that's a sign it's catchy enough. And then, I work with it.
make > Upload
I feel an urge to express and start trying things out. My best work is when I hear something - usually after I start - I hear how I want things to proceed.
make original sounds for people
Hard work, insomnia, theft, incompetence, mistakes, sheer bloody mindedness, and the occasional bit of inspiration.
I like to have my heart broken and then write about that.
Well, I Usually Make The Instrumentals First, Followed By Lyrics, And Then Vocal Recording With Instrumental Changes To Match The Vocal Styles
Roll one up
There really isnt one answer. Sometimes I hear an entire beat in my head and I go to the studio and make it happen. Sometimes its an oldie or somethin and I love the song so much I go reinvent it! Then theres times where I dont think I just go for it and leave to the skill. Then as far as writing, I stopped doing that some 8 years ago. I just let the music make my words for me now. Its more real for me because I think too hard so to avoid it I just use my heart ya dig.
Generally it's whatever tends to pop in my head at times. I don't try to push it, because I find I get writers block trying to write songs, but when I'm going through something or feeling something towards a situation or a person. I get more inspiration. Alot of it comes from driving around, and thinking, or listening to another song.
I first choose repertoire that "speaks" to me. Then it's a process of conquering, polishing and maintaining. Analysis of the work comes quite early on in the process.