Being more productive in and out of the studio

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darzhliebek
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Being more productive in and out of the studio

Post by darzhliebek » Wed Jun 13, 2012 9:29 pm

Hopefully this post will help a few people on here...

I hardly ever manage to get everything done that I want each week, especially making tunes. So as part of research for the blog and the book we contacted a productivity expert (and read a few books on the matter too).

Here's a short post with some ideas for how to be more productive so that you have more time to make amazing music :) I've got way more efficient but still a loooong way to go...

Enjoy!
http://www.lostinmusik.net/?p=2533

Psychoactive_Music
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Re: Being more productive in and out of the studio

Post by Psychoactive_Music » Wed Jun 13, 2012 10:52 pm

Its always a treat to come across a topic like this. Its like taking a break from headache inducing questions to reflect on progress and re-gain composer. I feel more inspired and motivated after reading that article. Thanks!

Also that graph is awesome its exactly how It is for me. I'm happy to see the anxiety part of the chart, I thought maybe it was just me.

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Re: Being more productive in and out of the studio

Post by beatmunga » Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:36 am

I find that getting laid once in a while helps.

(Perhaps, that's why I haven't finished a tune for years...)
mendeldrive wrote:NOBODY designs their own sounds... There is ZERO point in reinventing the wheel.

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