Here's an article I wrote with 80/20 rule techniques for starting and finishing tracks.
I know a lot of people out there struggle with this. Even strong producers get this.
And it's because it's a problem associated with non-technical skills like time management and productivity.
I think as producers, we naturally gravitate toward technical knowledge without thinking about other aspects of production. But those other areas of knowledge are just as important.
This technique utilizes what's known as the 80/20 rule to provide a basic framework I use to focus on the most important parts of a production session. That way I don't suffer from decision paralysis and can make well-thought-out creative decisions.
Let me know if you find this useful!
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Welcome to the SOS forum, 'Makr' and I'm sure our forum members will appreciate all you have to offer... but perhaps you'd like to share your wisdom within the forum here, rather than abuse our hospitality to drive visits to your own website. That's really not acceptable I'm afraid.
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