When I sit down to write a song, I approach it the same way most songwriters do — with a world-changing idea in mind I want to get across to the listener.
I want the song to have a specific meaning yet hide it behind poetic verbiage. I want the listener to be like, “Woah! These lyrics are blowing my mind!”
But, thanks to Paul Simon, I’m trying to move away from that approach.
It’s hard to get stuff done. Everyone knows that. But no one knows it as much as a part-time musician.
When it comes to getting things done as a musician, there are two factors to consider: time and energy. And we feel we lack both.
Here’s a question you’ve probably asked yourself: “Should I give up my dream of being a musician?”
Maybe it’s just me who’s asked that. But I doubt it.
Every once in a while, I come across an audio plugin that changes things for me. First it was Addictive Drums 2, then Addictive Keys, and now Regroover Pro.
I got to test out the latter plugin. And here’s my review of it.