What do you do to limit yourselves so you can write a high output of songs in a short time? (Maybe ideas for this are posted somewhere, but I haven't looked.)
I did my first FAWM in 2016 and signed up in 2017 but started a new job and never wrote any songs. In 2016, I'd sometimes spend 10-20 hours per song. Now I don't have that much free time and am thinking about setting limits up front.
So my thought is to limit my songs for 50/90 to be only chords (probably acoustic guitar, electric guitar or block piano chords), lyrics and me singing. That way I can be faster per song and if it sounds like a good song bare-bones then odds are it'll sound even better when I go back, rewrite and reproduce (adding drums, bass, electric guitar and/or effects).
A time limit per song also seems like a good idea. I'm thinking a 2 hour limit to write and record each.