Sharing is essential to creativity
First things first. The fact that you’re reading this means that you’re serious about your music.
Whether you’re a DJ that wants to start playing your own tracks, or you’re a producer that wants to see your idols dropping your music, taking your music seriously is something that so many of us share.
And it’s all in your reach – we all have the creativity inside of us to produce great music.
But the difference between those who do and those who don’t is finishing what was started.
If you’re not starting with the intention of finishing, you simply won’t improve.
Sitting around constantly tweaking, making loops, or getting too deep into your arrangement that you eventually lose interest, means that you’re not getting your tracks out there and you’re losing out on all the feedback and validation that comes from it.
And that feedback and validation is what gives us purpose and helps us learn and grow as producers.
Check out this week’s episode of the Finish More Music Podcast where I discuss your inner creativity, being intentional, and changing your perspective to bring MASSIVE gains in the studio!
- Everyone is creative
- Your music MUST ship
- Always start with intention of finishing
- “Everyone is creative. But if you’re serious about your music, then your tracks must ship”
- “Sharing is essential to creativity”
Loved this episode? Now try these:
- FMM021 – Is your relationship holding you back?
- FMM045 – When you say music is your life but you don’t act like it.
- FMM081 – The Difference That Makes The Difference
Thank you for listening!
I really appreciate you joining me and I hope you’re enjoying the topics and taking some real value into your music sessions.
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