#1
Over the past 2 weeks or so, I have suddenly been writing songs which I consider to be my best work by far. I just pick up the guitar and start messing around, when suddenly I find a riff, and it all keeps flowing. Within 1-3 hours, I will have a song. One time I even wrote a 9 minute prog metal song in 5 hours. It felt more like 1 hour!

I'm not complaining about any of this, I now love my guitar more than ever, and having lots of songs written is always good. But I want to know why this has happened, as getting inspiration and being able to just write decent songs out of the blue was rare for me before, and in case I end up that way again, I want to be able to get back in the game.

For those who don't want to read all of that, why am I suddenly writing good songs when I could not before?
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#2
I don't think there's any way to explain that in the realm of music theory. Maybe you're just in the zone
#3
if any of us really had the answer to that do you think so much sh!t would come out in a year from major record companies? no, they would only release the bada$$ sheezy, all killer and no filler. unfortunately nobody really has an answer. maybe you're more emotionally connected your music now? maybe you found an inspiration somewhere?
#4
Thanks for the quick replies guys.

Krusader187 - I like the sound of being in the zone, that'd be pretty ace.

z4twenny - True true. I just finished my GCSE's 3 weeks back and so am feeling a lot happier so this state of mind may have helped me to focus more.
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#6
I love the zone. I had one a couple of weeks ago and it was song after song after song.

Don't question it, just take advantage of it and make the most out of it.
DANNY

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