>>266>¿Es difícil crear una canción de lolicore/speedcore/noise..?
Well it really depends. I will answer each genre seperately.
Lolicore is a cool genre because even objectively "bad" music can make good lolicore. It really is up to your personal tastes and preferences. You can either just distort a Touhou song like ShitDevilMansion, or you can do some crazy Reizoko CJ level stuff, or do something in between. Lolicore can have as much work put into it as you want to put into it. I personally put a lot of work into my tracks and I only use one-shots. Every tiny cut and drum sound you hear in my music was manually placed. Its not hard for me because I've been doing this for 10 years, but there is a lot of work involved. Typically my Himeko Katagiri songs take anywhere from a day to a few weeks to complete. Basically, lolicore can have a lot of work put into it, or no work put into it. If its hard is up to you.
Speedcore is a weird genre to make, I personally get bored making it so I go really technical with it. Speedcore is usually a simple genre but it can be tricky sometimes to make it sound really good.
Its a common misconception that noise is easy to make. Noise is easy to make, but good noise takes skill. If you want to make good noise just experiment, have fun, and put in the effort. Noise is all about the textures, progression (unless its HNW), and keeping the music interesting (unless its HNW). There's also no wrong way to make noise, noise can be made with anything, and there isn't any set techniques.
>¿Cual es el proceso?
I mean, first you think about a melody and then make it, or you hear something and suddenly you hear "the music inside", or maybe you start adding tracks until you get something…
This is kind of hard to answer since it varies so much based on what I'm making. If its a technical breakcore song or a remix I usually just start making it with zero plans. If its lolicore it depends. Some of my lolicore I just dive right in with no planned direction. If its a sample heavy lolicore song, like me adding percussion over an anime OP, then its the song I sampled that inspired it. If its something where I'm composing a melody, I either come up with the melody through improv or I compose it the oldschool way (sheet music) then render it as a MIDI. In all cases though I never plan out my music much, its much more fun to do it in the moment and it comes out a lot better that way. This might sound psychotic, but I tap into a dream-state when I make music. I am able to work from my subconcious, before music I drew a lot, and this is how my drawings are done. I then applied this to music, it was a tough transition at first but now I've mastered it.