As a music producer, finishing tracks, learning about arrangement, music composition should be your number one priority.
But it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking you have to do it all, and do it all at once when you are often fed countless adverts for building your own fanbase, conquering Facebook, and mastering the art of mastering.
But do you really have to be your own press agent, manager, mastering engineer and social media strategist?
These are all full-time jobs and who’s got time for that?
Trying to do it all leads to less finishing tracks and more:
- Painfully slow progress
If you’re aiming to be a music producer, it’s definitely gonna be a lot of hard work.
And yes, you’re gonna have to learn to mix your tracks.
And certainly, you’ll need to promote your music when it gets released.
But as Stephen Covey once said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.”
Maybe you want to release music on big established labels, or finish tracks you are proud of. Or, maybe it’s to DJ and play in clubs all over the world.
Whatever your goals, when you stay committed to your own lane and focus on your craft, you’ll see more progress than ever before.
You’ll finish more and better music, and gain the self belief you need to push on and reach your goals.
So if you hear people saying you have to do it all, just remember that’s their choice.
This Finish More Music Video Series is the ethos of the Finish More Music System.
If you are a music producer who is endlessly looping your tracks to death, completely overwhelmed and unsure of how to move forward…or….
If you are constantly tweaking the details and losing heart when you compare your music to other producers…
Check out the Free Finish More Music Workshop.