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RobC
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Post 05 Jan 2019

While I was reaching out to sometimes esoteric levels in everything that's audio, I was missing a few basics and/or overcomplicated some other things which lead me to the wrong way. One could say, the ground got unstable below me.

Took about half a year to clear those up, and I can thank that help to the community. It was worth joining after all, instead of being audio-wise isolated!

Where to now...
Maybe it's time to stop learning (or at least stop exclusively learning) and start creating. I mean, I guess it's too much when everyone leaves a topic, yet I have a never ending enthusiasm and still have something to add.

What to create though? Freelance music, plugins, samples? All risky business...

Anyways, thanks!

PhillipOrdonez
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Location: Norway

Post 05 Jan 2019

You are welcome.
Kjempefint :)

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Loque
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Post 05 Jan 2019

TG we live in a free world. Well, most of us. So you can do what you want.

IMO its ok to take a time for just learning and experimenting. Than get off for a while, come back with new energy.

Actually i have a creativity hole which i fill up with stuff i wanted to try for a while. This leads to me to faster decisions the next time i have that special creativity flow.
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

RobC
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Post 07 Jan 2019

Loque wrote:
05 Jan 2019
TG we live in a free world. Well, most of us. So you can do what you want.

IMO its ok to take a time for just learning and experimenting. Than get off for a while, come back with new energy.

Actually i have a creativity hole which i fill up with stuff i wanted to try for a while. This leads to me to faster decisions the next time i have that special creativity flow.
More or less. Though whenever I think that I'm finally ready, I find something new. xD It's a never ending process.

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Loque
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Post 07 Jan 2019

RobC wrote:
07 Jan 2019
Loque wrote:
05 Jan 2019
TG we live in a free world. Well, most of us. So you can do what you want.

IMO its ok to take a time for just learning and experimenting. Than get off for a while, come back with new energy.

Actually i have a creativity hole which i fill up with stuff i wanted to try for a while. This leads to me to faster decisions the next time i have that special creativity flow.
More or less. Though whenever I think that I'm finally ready, I find something new. xD It's a never ending process.
Even death is just the beginning of something new.
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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