Keep at it AK! You've got great sounding stuff... Two things...
You probably need less arrangement than you think. Something that has helped me was to make an arrangement map of some of my favorite tracks. Using ableton, load in a track. Y your favorite producer and start drawing in using empty midi lips where all the sounds are. When the drums change up, when the synths come in, change ups. Anything that helps one picture the arrangement in their own mind. First time I did this my arrangement skills doubled and I was able to get my tracks completed.
The more you get down with finishing these cuts the easier it will become. Give yourself an hour to do the arrangement. And you'll be suprised how fast you start moving against the clock.
Amazing sounding music btw.
Thanks bro, I have heard of people using this approach, wouldn't mind giving it a go at some point. I don't come from a DJ background and it's my opinion that DJ guys have a better flow with arragements.
I thought I was going to have more time on my hands but I just didn't/don't. I am away from home a lot, sometimes only getting a few days a month even to do music. This is where I get frustrated because I come in with fresh ideas but should really use that time to develop previous ones but it's hard to choose that if you do a jam and get in a bit of flow. Due to time constraints, jams end up as just that and not a lot more. It's been like this for some time now for me but there's not much I can do about it until I am at home more.
Hopefully that might happen soon and I'll spend less time away, there's nothing worse than having a passion for something but then not being able to realise your own potential and ideas due to other commitments....