Weeklybeats 2020 was a 52 week long music project in which artists composed and publicly released 1 song a week for the entire year. Enjoy this archive of over 7,500 music compositions by over 300 artists.
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By Simon Koehn on November 29, 2020 1:13 pm

All about hittin' those delays and building something around it.
Feels like I'm really hanging out for this years finish line now, but I'm also trying to not give myself a hard time about it. Just chillin' and making some sounds. Inspired making comes and goes, and all up its been a good year for that. Hope y'all feeling good about getting this far!

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November 30, 2020 6:27 am

Yeah I sometimes wonder if lockdowns and such have been better or worse for my creativity. This year has been really good for me music wise though; It's been a way to focus on building skills and knowledge in an area I'm pretty sorely lacking, so I can't complain.

Dig the track. Even though it might be much more complicated when it comes to the actual creation, there's always a nice kind of minimalism to your tracks that I like a lot. I guess it's like the core of the idea is clear.

December 7, 2020 1:12 am
hent03 wrote:

Yeah I sometimes wonder if lockdowns and such have been better or worse for my creativity. This year has been really good for me music wise though; It's been a way to focus on building skills and knowledge in an area I'm pretty sorely lacking, so I can't complain.

Dig the track. Even though it might be much more complicated when it comes to the actual creation, there's always a nice kind of minimalism to your tracks that I like a lot. I guess it's like the core of the idea is clear.

Yeah! I've heard of many varied experiences when it comes to creative pursuits in the pandemic. I have kids so its actually robbed me of lots of spare time, but somehow thats made me value the time I do have even more and I've wound up reasonably productive in the end!

Thanks for your kinds words. I think many of my tracks end up quite minimal because I often get caught up on details and forget about the larger progression and structure. I'm often frustrated by this but perhaps I don't always need to be. Its very encouraging that someone values that aspect, so thanks!

December 7, 2020 4:32 am

Nice man, love these slow build delay tracks.  Done event realize the chaos growing under the lead parts until it takes over.

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