I just focus on my energy level and reality as a comparison to what I want to share with others. I never like forcing music, because what you have to understand is that the end results in any music created by the artist is ALL in how the artist feels, about the track, about whats the angle in order to breathe life into the record etc. and how the music will be perceived to the listener. So whatever mood I'm in is usually how I go about the wave like surfboarding. (Laughs)
Being quiet and waiting on the man to dictate.
An idea can come up at absolutely any time. Sometimes I even have difficulties with that (such as going out with a girlfriend and suddenly thinking about drums lol). The main point is once I start recording, I never stop until I have a first version of what I began to work. If not, there is a pretty chance the project will be lost. I tend not to continue half written idea couple of days after, as it will never be an original one so sometimes it takes a whole night to write a track.
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
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