anyone else experience this kind of stuff?
so after a few months off i am back playing out and it is different….
the response is pretty good and i like what i am doing but finding my style is getting very loud, bold and expressive…i pretty much attack every part of my music…i am currently in a constant battle with mic stands…i attack the mic and the damn stands keep getting in the bloody way…..grrrrrr
same with vocal, lyrics and guitar playing very loud, aggressive and strong…not to everyone’s taste, which is fine…that’s my artist vision…even with quiet and sweet songs….grrrrr….Read More »
Take Away — You have to be alone for long periods of time to be productive. Gadgets and social media NEVER want you to be alone. EVER!
My experience is that productive work demands endless hours of hard, problem-solving work — alone. Everyday of the week. See this extended post here. The more hours I put in the more product I turn out. The more product I turn out the better my chances of producing something really good.
Time is finite and instantly perishable. Once gone it’s lost forever. So productivity always demands trade-offs. Read More »
HE PROBLEM WITH MUSIC
This oft-referenced article is from the early ’90s, and originally appeared in Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll magazine. While some of the information and figures listed here are dated, it is still a useful and informative article. And no, we don’t know how to reach Steve Albini.
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“Not everyone can become a professional artist. Maintain a realistic perspective on your art that allows you to enjoy doing it.” S. Albini