how many sounds do you usually throw at a track vs how many of them you actually pick to stay in the final mix?
But these days more of them stick than used to be the case. I'd say I keep 50% of what I generate.
If I don't love it, it can't stay.
No question just a statement!! I cant wait for my MIR album to arrive!! Love ya my brother!!Ott responded on 03/03/2017 Next question
I turn 32 this Friday.
I read somewhere (perhaps incorrectly?) that Hallucinogen in Dub wasn't released till you were 35, and that Skylon didn't really take off till you were almost in your 40s. How do you think your age has affected your outlook on creativity, the "music scene", and your own personal artistic direction?
I've been toiling in relative obscurity for almost a decade now, (I prefer to be a hermit), and hearing that you didn't really "break through" till you were almost 40 helps calm me tits when I start worrying about when I can start doing this as my only job.
I understand that there may be some misunderstandings on my part regarding chronology, but I myself struggle with the massive ocean of sonic information out there... and whether or not anyone is going to care about the few drops I add to it.
Did you wonder if this would ever be a career? What did you do in the meantime till this became self-sustaining?