I recently started to modify my workflow a little bit and I believe it actually improved my sound a bit more.
I was also lucky that the “genius from the wall” or the ghost in the wall, showed up with some nice ideas that i like.
In this video I wanted to share a framework system that you can adapt to your very own needs to start a track quickly and come to a rough arrangement more easily.
This workflow plus the video from last week with the sample library sorting tips may have an impact on your future production output.
In this video you’ll learn:
How to analyze and learn from other tracks to improve your own ones (some bonus arrangement mindset tips at the end of the video)
My Fancy sounding “PRC” concept which basically just means: play, record, cut :-)
The concept of generating not just one, but a bunch of ideas and then choosing the best one to create better results in the end.
70% Rule: As long as the idea is 70% up to your current skill set, go with that idea
Why it’s important to not compare yourself with others in the idea generation process.
I hope this helps and inspires.
Hope it helps.
All the best