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dnp_theme says

I do and I love it! It’s a sweet turn back time. Some songs have so much power of memory.

Some songs (document saves, thousands) are just there for one sounds I like or some sound arrangement. I always make some small changes, but I never say I hate them, I only hate my ears are so much used to high subass levels and very high hats. This makes me a very bad audio mastering engineer.

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Basspartout says

Hi, I like listening to my own creations, too. I think it is a good sign that I’m doing the right thing :)

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FunkBlastin says

I just dug up a song I recorded 6 years ago and was rocking out to it this morning! :reallyevil:

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pinkzebra says

As with many of you I’m sure, I write so many tracks that I tend to push them out of my mind as I move on to the next project. It’s a pleasure to go back and listen and think, “Oh wow, I forgot about that one. That was cool. I should do more like that.” :)

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SonicCube says

1. Hmm, this doesn’t sound that bad. Let’s finish it.
2. Oh yeah, it’s great. Let’s just fix stuff and make it sound better.
3. Wow, I can’t believe I wrote that. It’s better than my previous track! (play count ~100)

(1 month later): 4. Ugh. Still not that bad but… I don’t wanna listen to that.

(2 months later): 5. I can’t believe I thought that stuff sounded good

(3 months later): 6. (empty recycle bin)

Exactly that way :)

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Yuar says

I think it’s awesome, that you like to listen to your music! :) I do the same time to time. And while listening it’s very pleasant to notice the progress in my skills and also to find some music that I have already forgotten.

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BeyondTheVeil says

i think you need to re visit old times to assess what kind of a fruit cake you were and hopefully you are slightly less batty and have progressed and learned a few new tricks.

you can really take yourself by surprise when you look back.some times it sounds like a whole different person writing those tunes.

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JamesonGerdon says

I listen to my music pretty often and every time I go back and listen to my old music I laugh. :bigsmile: I can see how much I have learned and how my writing styles have changed.

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