Should the Music You Listen to Be the Music You Make?
In today’s episode, we’re going to be exploring that question.
Said another way:
Just because a particular genre lights you up to hear it in a club or on your phone, does that mean it’s the music you were put on this planet to make?
…or could it be that holding on to the belief that you must make the genre that’s your favourite to listen to is dragging you down and sapping your enjoyment of making music in the studio?
There’s something very interesting at play here, so without further ado, let’s find out.
- How to make your music sustainable to write
- When to let go of what you “should” be doing
- How your choice of music could be dragging you down
Liked this? Find the full episodes here:
- FMM002 – Are you creative enough to write music?
- FMM040 – Roberto: Being True To Yourself As An Artist
- FMM071 – Finding Your Own Unique Sound
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