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Make Better Music 38: Work on your weaknesses

Make Better Music 38: Work on your weaknesses. Lessons in music composition, song writing, artistic motivation and making better music from David Graham.

make better music. Trebuchet magazine

Every musicians should know what they are good at and what they are not. The ability to judge this for yourself, accurately is indispensable.

If there is an area that you would really like to be good at, but always seem to mess up – heed the hint! It’s something you’ll need to research, learn and practice.

The hard work is an investment though – as your creative efforts will be enriched.

If, like me, you have a bit long list of things that you suck at, then you might need to prioritise and make a list, to keep yourself organised (being organised is one of the things I suck at).

A constant, gentle learning curve is good, it keeps you challenged, fresh and always interested in something new.
Make Better Music is updated every Tuesday. To catch up on the series search for ‘Dave Graham’.
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