How to finish music and know when it’s done (video)

There’s only one thing that’s harder than starting the creation of a new track – finishing the creation of a new track and calling it ‘Done’.

If you find yourself staring into the abyss, deciding on whether you need another synth or a chorus should be placed in that middle section; don’t worry. You’re not alone.

In fact, it happens to most artists. It’s difficult to say that there is “nothing left to be done” and your music is complete. But it has to finish somehow and there are some good tips on when to decide it’s done and how to know if you feel it’s completed.

This video walks through one artist’s techniques to making the dreaded decision of ‘Done’. Hopefully it can help you out if you’re in the same boat.

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