An email list is directly connecting with a potential fan, more than (most) social media posts. With this, you can keep them in the know. Also, I've been told that labels LOVE THAT ****! I mean, they swallow it whole (I don't like how I phrased that). So how do you get someone's email without being too invasive?
How are these terms defined? Everyone has their own schedule. It is determined by open communication. Someone isn't wrong by not wanting to commit an undefined (or a schedule sculpted a little too well) amount of time.
Trust that feeling you have, but remember that art is never complete. There has never been a perfect piece of art. It's not meant to be perfect.
Everyone knows, if you find it online, it must be true!
Having a hard time saying no? Let's work through this together and figure out why we feel that way and how to change!
It's a friendly, fun way to get those creative juices flowing. It's also very quick and frees you up from the inventive damn that can inhibit us. It has the potential to hurt some ego, but we must remember that either way, you are winning!
Last week I ran into "the wall of china of getting stuff done." I lost all of my drive and zest for progression. Don't get me wrong; none of my anxiety left me. But I couldn't for the life of me get anything I needed to get done. Well, I put on my big boy [...]
I feel like drummers get this concept more than anyone else. Can you imagine putting your drumset up every day?! At that point, I wouldn't be a drummer—too much work.
You need to understand your audience. If you record as a purist, you need to pitch your music to purists - Almost exclusively. Because most of us want to hear pop/rock/blues/hip-hop/indie alt/etc music where everything is tight and in tune