Well, don't render to H.264; it's a time-suck. Not only that, but AE stinks at rendering to H.264.
Render to Quicktime's Photo JPEG codec instead. Then use Adobe Media Encoder to turn them into H.264 files.
And if you're using mp3 files in AE, don't. AE can have trouble with compressed audio. It can sometimes take LONGER to render using compressed audio files. Convert them to wav or aiff files first.
It seems to be helping quite a bit , but the render is still up at like 41 hours so .... i don't understand ? does having multiple audio spectrum and a bass shake effect on all of them for 11 minute increase the render time by so much ? my first video was quite fast even on h.264 ? it doesnt look that fancy to me lol
Your render time depends entirely on the source footage, the size of the comp, the effects you applied, and your RAM allocation and multi processor settings. Sense we do not know any of the details of your project or your settings it's impossible to say if your render time is normal for your machine or if you have something filed. More details equals better answers.