Today is the start of a very special series in which we’re going to be hearing about the journeys and lessons from a number of our producers from the FMM community.
And I’m super excited to share these journeys with you because they’ll give you the opportunity to learn from producers just like you…
Producers who have BIG ambitions, and who’ve wrestled and overcome a variety of challenges to see the amazing results that they are achieving today.
And stories like these are SO powerful because so often just one piece of information is all you need to flick a switch and see a huge change for yourself.
So in the hot seat today we have Lee Huddleston AKA Sigabort…
Like so many struggling producers, Lee kept telling himself that he wasn’t talented enough, he didn’t have what it takes to release music, and he was getting too old.
But 18 months ago he decided to back himself and go all in, giving himself one last chance at turning his dream into reality.
Just one year later Lee had a whopping 39 tracks signed by labels, over a hundred more in the bank ready to go, and his sights for the future are HUGE.
So how did he do it? What are the secrets to his explosive growth as a music producer, and importantly, what can you do to achieve the same?
Well, you’re about to find out…
Tune into this week’s episode of the Finish More Music podcast now!
- You don’t need lots of spare time in order to improve your music production skills.
- You’ve got to be the person who does the things to get the results you want.
- Finishing music consistently is the byproduct of discipline and showing up every day.
- Follow the process and it’s not a matter of learning to be creative, it’s a matter of liberating that creativity.
Liked this? Now try these:
- FMM121 – Copying Kills Your Creativity Dead
- FMM086 – Tom Schippers: How just one thing can change everything
- FMM082 – Riigs: Your Creative Process Is Everything
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