Have you ever wanted to write more music, or even just finish the music you’ve already written? You’re in good company. This is a common complaint I hear, so today I’m diving into the heart of this problem and giving you three tips to help you write more music and finish it, too.
In this video, you’ll learn:
- Why a workflow and an understanding of the music writing and production process will keep you organized in your practice.
- How to make your writing more efficient using the tools you already have.
- The dangers of perfectionism and how it ultimately hurts far more than it helps.
This is the kind of stuff that can make or break the entire trajectory of our musical journey. It’s the difference between being stagnant, writing painfully slowly, never actually finishing a song; and having a forward mindset, finishing just one song, then another, then another.
Remember, the end result, the music, is at its best when the system that produces it also is – that system is our writing process. No matter what our goals are, this is at the core of reaching them.
I’d love to know what you think of all this in the comments below the video. Let’s start a conversation!
Thanks so much for being here. Let’s make (and finish!) some music :)
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