How much you rely on the intuition when baking music?

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How much you rely on the intuition when baking music?

Post by Heigen5 » Sat Jul 18, 2020 10:56 pm

How much you rely on the intuition when baking music?

You know, when you just fly and write/play and let your intuition lead you.

It's not always possible to do that in my case, as my mood is not like that in the every single day.

Actually I have forced myself to write many times during the years. But when I feel open, I rely on the intuition.

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Post by Mihail Kosev » Sun Jul 19, 2020 10:44 am

Sometimes yes. Other times no. I try to use it everytime, but (as you said) it's not possible every day.

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Re: How much you rely on the intuition when baking music?

Post by Heigen5 » Sun Jul 19, 2020 2:59 pm

Indeed, well if you know what you want to do, then one just tries to transfer the ideas from a vision into the sequencer.
But when one wants to jam and experiment and just having fun, you rely on the intuition side then.
I don't always produce but play without turning it to a song too. Midi-keyboardist as I am.

I have an electric guitar too but have no skills to play it. And I don't seem to be arsed to start learning it.
But yeah, I haven't have no writer's block for years anymore. Lots and lots ideas all the time nowdays. :popcorn: :thumbup2:

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