We’ve all heard the phrase “two heads are better than one”.
This rings especially true when it comes to your music, as collaborating with another producer can create extraordinary results…
From stepping out of your comfort zone to enhancing your workflow, to learning new skills and building bonds with likeminded people, collaboration is a source of almost endless reward.
But as anyone who has worked with other people before, it’s not always plain sailing…
Miscommunication, frustration and creative differences can cause conflict between collaborators, turning those two heads….into bumping heads.
And when a collaboration does turn sour it leads to wasted time, ill feelings, and at worst, a very real dent to your confidence.
So in this week’s episode I’m diving into how to make your collaborations a SUCCESS, offering my essential tips that will help you to reap all the rewards of collaboration, without any of the downsides.
If you want to collaborate with confidence and see huge leaps forward in your production journey as a result, then this one’s for you.
Find out how in this week’s episode of he Finish More Music Podcast!
- Be selective with who you work with.
- Clearly define your roles and stick to them
- Always prioritize respect and trust.
- Work face to face where possible, either in person or via video call.
- Be aware of the value of the collaboration to you as it’s progressing.
- “If you want to be a professional, act like one.”
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- FMM100 – Brain Hacks for Turbocharged Learning
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- FMM032 – No Discipline, No Success
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