The Steven Spielberg Syndrom

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Do you got the Steven Spielberg Syndrom?
Everytime he's made a new movie he says it's his best yet.

Do you always or mostly think your latest track u produced is your best?

I think I got it.
 

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#4
was thinking this very thing this morning... keep thinking, 'ah, this tune finally sounds proffesional... i'll get this one mastered i think' but before i finsh i start another track and the whole process repeats!

that said though, i think i was more creative a while back but i'm way better technically now... so recently i have been going back over my old tunes and using my better skills on better tunes!
 

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#5
precisely, i think its true actually, cos for every tune i learn something and use that on the next one. so the next is usually better than the last. not always but im not the type to rework old songs, i like starting new songs so much that ive got like 9000 unfinished bits
 

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#7
Nope.....I have the Britney Spears Syndrome..........I started off great, then everything I do after that gradually gets worse and worse.
 

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I do that all the time, the only thing is that my tunes turn out to be total crap after listening to them twice.

Oh and hi Im new here.
 

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#12
thanks mate ;)

btw do you also get that feeling that you already heard the tune you're working on somewhere? Sometimes I just go "fuck that I can still call that a remix". Usually its just me mind playing tricks on me but this type of feeling sucks.
 
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#13
I had that 4 years ago when I started producing much electronic musik, because I always orientated by my favoritve Tracks.
Noeadays, I try to make my own thing.
Sometimes I'm just not sure if this fits in any genre.
 

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#15
i used to get this all the time, id make a new tune, think it was the best thing ive ever done then id do a new tune and then again think it is the best thing ive ever done. Ive only ever made one tune that everytime i listen to it i get a little jump in my stomach knowing that i made it. and it was quite a long time ago, about a year so i wasnt that brilliant with the technical stuff. also ive found its better to go by other ppls reactions than my own cos i will always think its brilliant and then ill listen to it with someone else and they'll be like ".... meh.... its alright..."
 

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#18
personally hate listening to my own tunes with other people (unless i'm playing them out fo course) cos i get so self conscious!
fair play man, i normally have to. mates got such a phat system in his car would be stupid of me not to jump in the car and test it out lol.
 
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