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Thanami__MUSIC
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Hey!I would like to know how much time you spend on creating a complete song? For example, we have about 3-4 hours, not including breaks)

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James-Lee-Grey
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Sometimes it takes 1 day sometimes a few weeks or months :D

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MartijndeBont
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Sometimes it takes 1 day sometimes a few weeks or months :D

Yup, same here.

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Depard
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Sometimes it takes 1 day sometimes a few weeks or months :D
Yes! Sometimes even years:D Sometimes I find some old old demos and now they are selling here aftere rerecording. BUT I don’t know why, but my best staff is something I made composed and made really fast:S So I don’t like when I need to make some track for weeks. It means only one thing – something is going wrong:D
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FarazSaremi
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Like Thanami, I compose my music in less than a day and if I can’t complete that song, I start a new song.

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Lennu
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I usually need at least 2 days, but sometimes it takes more than a week to get track done. I think we need some time to rest our ears so we can evaluate our work properly. :)

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Mitoll
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Between 2 hours to 1 week)

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AudioAgent
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I agree with what Lennu said here – ears might need some time to reset to be able to evaluate the song properly. So for me it usually takes at least a couple of days to finish a song, including the much needed pauses in the work flow.

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StudioEtude
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I can write a few tracks – parallel … a little bit from each , it all depends on my mood, and number of free time)) ...an average of 2-3 days, if free from work … and, in general, try not to rush, because rush – it makes no sense))

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ENMUSIC
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Hey. Something one day, but is usually much longer)). First time consuming main job and work on audiostocks is only night time, and in the second I saw that really have nowhere to hurry and now I’m working on a different principle – even if the track is ready, then I leave it still for a few days and then come back to it again, and when he has come out of the head, then a few days later you hear it quite differently and hear different errors and the fact that we would like to fix it.

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