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I was feeling bored with the sappiness of the tune so I tried to make it different.
It is that. Do you listen to your tracks after you record them?

You have occasional good ideas but they are swamped by the rest.
 

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It is that. Do you listen to your tracks after you record them?

You have occasional good ideas but they are swamped by the rest.
Yea I listen. I usually note a few “mistakes” but I may like it overall (if there are not too many) for a few minutes then the next day I usually don’t like it or find something about it I don’t like. I visualize interesting ways to do songs and think about how it might sound when finished and it never comes out how I wanted it to.
 

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Yea I listen. I usually note a few “mistakes” but I may like it overall (if there are not too many) for a few minutes then the next day I usually don’t like it or find something about it I don’t like. I visualize interesting ways to do songs and think about how it might sound when finished and it never comes out how I wanted it to.
It's not your playing it's the weird voices whispering something. Or maybe that's just my own stuff whispering in my head. :geek:
 
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