10 Reasons You Can do this from the Comfort of Your Home

1. You don't have to be an expert.

Create music the best you can, just get it recorded and
polish it up later. Rough tracks are not always a bad
thing. They can be an excellent starting point for a great
song. Many people can appreciate raw music and may even
want to collaborate with you to make your music even better.
Putting together music that isn't perfect is better than
keeping the music inside of you and not sharing your
creativity and talents with others.

2. You can create quality recordings without going to a
professional recording studio.

There is excellent home recording software and recording
devices available. Reading a manual, contacting customer
support, and visiting chat rooms can go a long ways in
helping you improve your recording skills. Don't be
intimidated. Play around with your recording device, or
recording software. If you are patient with yourself, you
can have a lot of fun, learn a lot, and your recordings can
really start to come together.

Also consider hanging out in a music store occasionally to
learn some great tips from other musicians. Sales reps are
normally more than happy to help you out and even share
their personal experiences they have had with a product. If
they don't have experience with the product you are looking
for, chances are they can find someone in the store who has
experience, or can direct you to the right place.

3. Home is your sanctuary, when you relax get your
inspiration from your environment then capture your
creativity in your recording. When you create music from
the comfort of your home your creativity can be limitless.

You can create, record, and sell music from home while
you're in your pajamas. Nothing wrong with that! A lot of
good creativity can happen at home…channel that into a cool
new song, and record it so you'll remember it for years to
come. You can mess up a thousand times, and no one has to
know. Practice to your hearts content, then record your
tunes as many times as you need to until you get the sound
that makes you happy.

You may also be able to tune out negative influences at
home, so that's a good place to foster your creativity.
Your home is a great place to kick back and relax, and when
you're relaxed and feeling good, or bad, this is a great
time to go play some music and/or lay down a couple of
tracks of music. You are free to work at your own pace with
no one looking over your shoulder, so that can be great time
to be creative and come up with some music ideas. Work in
the comfort of your home, be comfortable and relaxed, be
creative and show how unique you can be through your music.

4. You can create music as fast or slow as you want…go at
your own pace.

There doesn't have to be anyone pressuring you to lay down
your tracks at warp speed. You can record a track, go eat
some lunch, workout, then record another track if you
choose. You can lock yourself in your music room for as
long as you want if that works for you, and really make some
great progress on working out some licks, writing some
tunes, or even recording music. You don't have to pay for an
expensive recording studio, so you can take your time
creating your music.

5. Home recording trends are growing, and you can easily
take advantage of new technologies developed for musicians
just like you who want to record their music at home.

Resources are available to easily record music at home at a
very reasonable price, so no more excuses. Thousands of
people are recording their own music from home. They have
all different skill levels. There is a place for you out
there too…go get yours!

6. What you don't know you can learn from home using your
computer and some great online resources.

You can instantly download music lessons and work at your
own pace. You can join forums full of people just like you,
who are working on making their own music from home, and you
can share tips with each other. There are resources where
you get video demonstrations that walk you through different
processes e.g. playing a guitar…step by step.

7. The internet has endless possibilities and reaches
millions of people…get your good music in front of more
people on the internet and you can have more music sales.

You can sell your music right off of your website. You can
sell your music from an online music store. There are free
advertising resources available where you can get your music
in front of other musicians and prospective customers.
There are online communities for musicians who want to get
their music heard by others…you can offer support for other
musicians, and they can do the same for you. This can lead
to more CD and MP3 sales too. You can get your own online
radio station to play your music, or get your music played
on other online radio stations to increase your exposure.
The possibilities for getting your music heard are endless
if you take advantage of the power of the internet.

8. You have full control over how your music turns out.

You are creating, producing, and selling your own music. No
one should stand in your way. You can keep 100% of your
hard earned profits if you choose.

9. You can have a huge sense of accomplishments by creating
your music from scratch, producing it, and selling your own

You are responsible for the music you create. A lot of
satisfaction can come with that…taking action will show you
that you can do it, like you always knew you could!

10. Don't underestimate your abilities. You may be a better
musician than you think. You can get your music out to the
public to let others experience your unique creativity.

You may not think your good enough to sell your own music,
but how do you know if you don't even try? Get your music
in front of others and let them appreciate all of your
creativity and efforts. For every person you think won't
like your music, there may be 10 others that do. Fear is
natural, but don't let it stand in the way of you achieving
greatness that may be within you.

There are some great recordings, and a lot of rough
recordings out there that may get some great buzz because
they are getting their music out there. Why can't you do
the same? Taking action is the first step. You may be a
better musician than you think.

Your music may sound pretty good to you, but get your music
in front of others, and they may be amazed on what you can
do. That interest, and/or amazement with your music can be a
great tool for fostering your motivation and creativity too!
Remember, you never know what you can do until you try. No
more excuses…you CAN Create, Produce, and Sell your music
from home. You have nothing to lose, so get started today!

1 comment:

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