For songwriters with home studios, it can often feel as though there aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done that needs to be, while still having enough time to crank out quality songs. Here we look at five bad habits that can prevent songwriters from achieving their maximum creative potential.
In this recent post on MusicThinkTank, Diona Devincenz warns against five songwriting habits that songwriters need to ditch.
"Truth is, I spend way more than 40 hours per week on my business. I think most songwriters would tell you the same. The demands are huge and you have to work your butt off, constantly. But there are only so many hours in the day, and it’s easy to become frustrated when you realize you can’t do it all. The only solution to being more productive, with only so many hours in the day, is to outsource the stuff you can’t get to, or don’t want to do."