Film making is something I love to do & I want to make my profession 1 day, but I am a bit envious of the spontaneity of music. Cats who do music, especially if they play an instrument and/or use technology to crank out beats can literally have something in their head 1 minute, then get right to playing/creating it the next. Even if it's not polished, they can get the basic stuff like a bass line, drums, etc. out, then come back to flesh it out later. A singer can just sing random shit, and a rapper can freestyle at any time (as I used to do, and still do when i hear a dope beat). In film, most of our shit is a slow burn that requires things like scripts, permits (if you just don't say fuck it & go Gorilla Style), actors, camera operators, etc. Sure, we can shoot (random) footage at any time, but it's pretty much just that until it's tied together in some sort of order.Especially if you're trying to tell some kind of story, which is usually the point to begin with.Some projects are done quickly, others take weeks, months, or years. The same is true for music, but they do have that element of impromptu magic that those of us who use cameras, boom mics, and video editing software don't have.That said, watch out for when I'm a family man, supporting his wife and kids with these movies, TV, and other forms of media content, all while also learning how to make beats on the side!