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    Free eBook on How to Finish Tracks and Stay Creative

    Perhaps something for you guys?



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    will have to check this out, it could be really useful...thanks pega!

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    Thanks! I'm always happy to come across producers who discuss the creativity side of things. I'll have a post up on my blog soon to promote this. Tom Cosm is doing lots of great things.

    (By the way, I'm working on a music production creativity e-book too, about meaningful music, imagination, mindset, and more so stay tuned for that)

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    Cool, looking forward reading that Kristian
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    This appears to be useful.... thanks!
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    Yes it indeed is very good, The Thrillseekers shared it on his page...
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    This e-book by Music Software Training is also very good: http://www.musicsoftwaretraining.com...cess-in-music/ - It's $11.49, but I highly recommend it. It's about the creativity and inner process aspect of making music, and some of it is quite similar to what I'm working on.

    His blog in general is very good, and is a wonderful resource for imagination and mindset from a music production perspective: http://www.musicsoftwaretraining.com/blog/

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    My e-book is finished! It's uncreatively called Kristian's Music Production Manifesto, and can be downloaded here: http://kristiansmusicproductionblog.com/manifesto/

    Quick introduction:




    Here's the Table of Contents:

    0.1 About me
    0.2 Introduction / Disclaimer: In case you were hoping for coitus, substances, currency and recognition
    1 Imagination and purpose

    1.1 The visual aspect part I: Music isn’t about sound
    1.2 The visual aspect part II: Similar surfaces, completely different icebergs
    1.3 Wizards have more fun than producers
    1.4 Music is a language: Grammar acquisition is a consequence of communication
    1.5 Body language in music production: Don’t look like you’re checking e-mail
    1.6 You’re not your genre: Woods vs. Disneyland®
    1.7 What do you stand for?
    2 Mindset and perspective
    2.1 Perfectionism is for suckers
    2.2 I’ve never improved
    2.3 Stop taking yourself so seriously part I: You’re insignificant
    2.4 Stop taking yourself so seriously part II: Make something silly
    2.5 Turn off your computer – turn on your ideas
    2.6 Silence: Music is the space between the notes
    2.7 Anything else than variation and diversity is unnatural
    2.8 How to tell if your song is any good
    3 Some basic fun technical stuff, in simple terms
    3.1 Music theory isn’t very important
    3.1.1 When music theory probably is useful
    3.1.2 Music theory in school: What did I just read?
    3.2 A couple of basic mixing tips from a guy who really doesn’t care that much about mixing, to be honest
    3.3 Sampling is not cheating: Quoting and recycling old sounds
    3.4 The loudness war: Whispering and shouting at the same volume
    3.5 Details are fun: Don Rosa is the man!
    3.6 Proper equipment and software: Not magic pills for fantastic music, but certainly worth having
    4 Resources
    4.1 Music production
    4.2 Mindset
    4.3 How to get feedback on your music / Internet etiquette
    5 Summary
    And again, here's the link: http://kristiansmusicproductionblog.com/manifesto/ - I hope you like it!

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    Thanks Kristian! That looks really good!
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