I’m guessing you have big plans for your music.
Songwriter looking to share your music with the world.
The problem is that many of us DIY musicians think we need more.
We think that if only we had more time, more money, or the right equipment, we’d be able to “hit it big.”
But you don’t need hours upon hours. You don’t need loads of cash.
You can record decent music with thrift store recording equipment.
You can do it. Wherever you are. Whatever you have. You can make music.
And that’s the point of this blog: to help you realize that money, equipment, recording space, and time do not determine your success.
You can be a musician with a day job — a great artist and a regular person.
So are you ready to get started? I am.
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In this guide, you’ll learn about:
- How having a day job may actually be good for your music
- Defining success
- The One-Thing-A-Day method
- Time management
- And more…
In the meantime, here are the best posts to start with…
Audio Recording & Mixing
- 5 Home Recording Mistakes Beginner Musicians Make (I’ve Done These)
- LANDR Review: Can An Algorithm Really Master Your Songs?
- How To Set Up A Home Recording Studio In Any Space (Even A Walk-In Closet)
DIY Musician Career Tips
- How To Make Time For Music When You Don’t Have Any Time
- The Best Day Jobs For Musicians
- Why The Music Industry Is Past The “Big Break” Era
Musical Equipment Reviews
- 3 Of The Best (And Cheapest) Microphones For Home Recording
- Recording Equipment And Software I Use
- The Best Microphones Under $50 (Because We’re All On A Budget Here)
- 9 Songwriting Tools To Help Maximize Your Time And Creativity
- How To Get Better At Songwriting
- Paul McCartney Doesn’t Know How To Write Songs
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