Track Concepts I have loads of ideas for tracks but pretty poor producing skills, and no willpower to sit down and actualize so I know the tracks I'm gonna make planned up to about 3 in advance. Whether I'll actually ever make them or not, I don't know, cause I'll probably have more ideas by the time I get there. My track concepts vary from the simple (my first track concept was make a bog standard neuro banger) to the really experimental. Anyway, here are 3 ideas that I want to do after my current track gets finished: 1. Make a melodic dubstep track with two (or more) melodies in and species counterpoint between the two melodies. Probably one bass melody and one lead melody. Maybe switch the bass melody to the lead melody and vice versa. Get good chords and melodies and really focus on the melodies dancing between each other, bouncing off each other, imitating each other etc. Probably use pretty generic current dubstep sounds, but make them myself so they turn out different. 2.Make a house track based on the concept of flow, similar to some of Jimmy Edgar's work (Shout, Strike, Lock Lock Key Key etc), but taking the concept further. I want to make a slight change every bar, which accumulate to make a totally different thing every 32 bars. Have the lead slowly play lower and lower notes until it becomes a bass, then fade in a lead patch over the top of the bass patch, stuff like that. Dub delay the lead until it's unrecognizable, then put a new lead over the top. No fills, no 'build and drop' just a constantly evolving, growing beat. It'll probably end up being quite a long track, and in theory I could make a whole EP this way which was just one track, but I think i'll get bored of it after a while 3. Use my sample library (computer music samples, BHK, and all the free sample packs I could get my hands on) and presets to make a neuro track without having to do any sound design. I have a fair few sick bass loops and breaks that don't need any processing at all to be useful. I don't know if this will work or not, (especially as it's neuro) but it's worth a try. This is the whole reason I started the BCEE production thread. Do your tracks have a concept? Even if it's just as simple an idea as 'make a standard jump-up tune that gets people dancing' or 'make a tune in the style of x producer' Post your track concepts here.