Finishing music is perhaps the biggest challenge faced by producers regardless of your experience level. I know because I asked you all! I've struggled with finishing music myself over the years, but have a few tips to get you over the hurdle.
There's a way you can get MORE done in LESS time with LESS stress. Not only will it take less time but the end product will be of a higher quality. You'll get further in the areas you actually want to pursue and waste less time on the meaningless things.
Writer's block is something every artist has been hit with at some stage whether it's music, production, art or writing. No matter how hard you try, the ideas just don't seem to flow when you want them to.
When is a song finished? At what point does a project stop being an unpolished 'WIP' and become an actual song? How much time do we waste on the final stages, pulling our hair out and not actually improving anything?