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2018-08-21

This kills most musicians…

Many people who create music, and especially beginning musicians, often after they create, record something unusual or unusual, the question arises: “How will my song, how it will be perceived, how will it be treated, will be whether to criticize it” …etc., i.e. those issues that can be an “anchor” for its further advancement. That is, such questions as will torment him (the creator of the composition and, especially the musical style), and the person will think that in addition to his song in the world, so many things have already been written…

But what is important here?

That, firstly, this song is yours, that at the time of its creation you felt a kind of flow, a kind of drive, some sort of vibrational buzz, when the musical idea worked with you. And if in the course of its recording, arrangement, you liked it yourself, then this state can be considered a password, a pass, and an excuse for pulling out this “anchor”, so that with this idea you could go further…

The most important resolution, and the most important censor is yourself. Simply put, if you liked it, then you will like it, because uniquely there are people somewhere to whom this idea will be close, tk. vibrationally with such people, you are always somewhere “on the same wavelength”…

But, of course “you will not be all nice to everybody”, i.e. Someone will be acceptable, but some do not. But in any case there will be a niche, which will be occupied by those who correspond to this and to whom this creativity is close.

But you should not be equal to some “Guru”, even if you grew up on their heritage, and then maybe in your head there was a stereotype that your song should sound only in some definite way, and nothing else…

But this is nothing more than a stereotype that was once imposed on you, whether it’s imbibed…. But if you dig deeper and imagine those who once acted as “legislators of musical styles,” then perhaps they were faced with such a choice, in the same, perhaps, turmoil, when they created something…pjir

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