We’re continuing with our very special series in which we’re hearing about the journeys and lessons from the producers inside the Finish More Music community.
So today I’m joined by Imran (1MRN), who struggled to write any music for TEN years.
But after starting to follow a proven creative process just two years ago, he’s completely revolutionized his approach to music…
Fast forward to today, and he’s only missed six days of writing music – even when he’s been knocked off of his feet with illness.
Now he’s releasing music, remixing for other artists, is A&R for an excellent label, won the 2020 Beatport Producer Challenge in the Afro House category, AND has since been tipped by Black Coffee as one to watch…
So in this session we’re diving into the mindset tricks he uses for maintaining a consistent habit and output in the studio, the big change he made to transform his fortunes after ten years of struggling, and the main catalysts he’s used in the last two years to accelerate his growth as a music producer.
If you want to know what it takes to progress from being completely stuck with your music to becoming a prolific artist who’s able to create with ease and consistently level up the quality of your music, you are going to LOVE this episode.
- If you miss a session today, what’s stopping you from missing it tomorrow?
- You build up an arsenal of tracks by learning from the process of finishing.
- Incorporate reflection into your routine to get into the right mindset for your writing session.
- Receiving quality feedback on your music is the best way to identify where you need to improve.
Liked this episode? Now try these:
- FMM123 – Is It Time to Finally Give Up?
- FMM122 – Lee Huddleston: From 0 to 39 tracks signed in just one year
- FMM121 – Copying Kills Your Creativity Dead
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