So you’re finally finishing tracks on a regular basis…
But you have this feeling that something is missing, some technical skill that can elevate your music to the next level…
So you tell yourself…
“Maybe I should learn some compression or sound design. That’s bound to help my music sound better! Let me see what I can find on YouTube….”
A few hours later… you’re still in Youtube…you’ve watched tonnes of ‘really useful’ tutorials, so you go back to your DAW.
Guess what, nothing has changed…. the track still sounds the same and you cant remember all those cool techniques you just learnt…
In this episode, I’ll be talking about the pitfalls of getting lost in the ‘learning trap’ and some key strategies you can incorporate into your music routine to help you learn more effectively and progress faster as a producer.
- Focused learning – areas that can have the most impact on your production journey.
- Always practice what you learn
- The importance of separating your learning sessions from your writing sessions
- The benefits of having a community or mentor in your journey.
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