How to Stay Motivated to Make Music
Everything happens in the blink of an eye. This is especially true for the music industry. There is always a new song with a new hashtag to accompany it. Because things happen so quickly, it can be frustrating to put out new music with the thought that it can get lost in the news feed. So how do you combat this feeling of futility? Jorge Brea has the answer in today's article.
In the age of social media, timeliness is the most important asset you have. Set a schedule to know what days you are going to do what. Brea also suggests being aware of other sounds that are currently out there because sometimes you need to be reminded that your peers are make awesome stuff. Finally, make sure that you are staying true to your own sound and muster up some will power to stay consistent. For more tips, check out Jorge Brea's article on MusicThinkTank.com.
"Being a business owner and running Symphonic Distribution brings me great satisfaction but every now and then, I wish I had the time and energy to make music. Before I started in the business, I was a full time musician and now, it’s easy to hear what is out there and think, “I can’t make that type of music at all, I’m just not that good!”. Thinking this can really get you to be unmotivated but I have been trying some things lately that are helping me to keep motivated to make music again and here are some random but helpful things you can do to stay motivated and accomplish music making while dealing with the all of the daily going ons of the world."