YEAH, BUT HOW DO I EXPLAIN IT
My studio's uniqueness is probably tied to my own uniqueness.
If I knew how to explain it properly, I wouldn't need to be writing about it here. So I was recommened a book called the brain audit. Nope Haven't actually read it yet. Supposedly the idea is to create your uniqueness instead of looking to the past to try and find it. Interesting idea. worthy of consideration. So the challenge was to consider making a wish for your (insert life purpose here)
I like to solve problems for indie musicians in rock sub-genres.
"I wish i could get my songs out of my heart and onto CD"
"I wish there was something in Central BC that was worth visiting while on tour"
"I wish my home-recordings could have a higher quality sound""I wish i could actually finish my Album. I'm stuck with half-finished tracks and don't know what to do"
This is a guest post by Levente
For one, devoting your life to any kind of art is not only honourable and good, but it is also very natural
Like the more time I spend creating and playing music, the more that’s all I want to do
Sometimes I get annoyed when Soso or or Lablah the bandees want to smoke weed for like 45 minutes when my brain is wanting to be submerged in playing music
And that’s a voluntary activity
But it takes away from what’s pulling my very existence
On the other, life is here for the living and though there are so many facets of songwriting that you could indeed spend every waking moment on it and never run out of things to improve and create.
If you don’t take the time to live life, and enjoy some of it, take in art whether it be in games, TV, film, books, or anything else, you deny yourself the possibility of any of those things expanding your creative mind and leading you to places you wouldn’t have gone otherwise
Not to mention receiving art into your mind is a way of connecting with all the humans who made it, and therefor gives you practice at connecting with humans, seeing how other artists do it, and draw your own conclusions there.
I’d argue that a great portion of art creation is sharing existence with other humans. You think the composers of yore didn’t have hobbies on the side?
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