|What part of your job is your least favourite?
Dealing with certain types of people and artist.
The Production & Mixing process
talking to people who pretend be more than you.
I can't even think of something I don't like about making music. Most people would say they don't like when people criticize or bash on their music but that doesn't bother me at all. I take everything into consideration and if I feel that I'm getting constructive criticism then I'll definitely do what I can to make my music better.
Getting into music business and hardly doing any music.
booking gigs, promoting myself,
Rehearsing the same song until we are exhausted I would have to say.
But good things come from practice. It's necessary and leads to other enjoyable moments.
Having to spend time learning computer jargon etc. that takes away from my creativity, because i'm spending time on bull instead of writing. And I do call it bull because why I gotta know how to navigate myspace etc. just because i make a small mistake & now I have to know everything there is to know about stuff i don't want to just to have my music available, no bodysgoing to hand it to me. I thank god I can still write after having learned somewhat the programs out there. that have actually discouraged my creativness etc.
I was going to say that I hate writing out the music but after a while it feels peaceful and I get into it. My least favorite part of my job is when I have to put discipline into play for myself. I feel like I can be too free spirited or too rigid at any given time. Like a sprinter, the better he or she is, the more stretching you may see them do so that they don't injure their many muscles. This is the same for art. You develope a lot of artistic muscles over time if you have been doing it right so you have to keep making new stretching exercises for yourself. And that takes discipline and patience and all of those boring things lol.
writers block, writers block is always horrible
When all comes to an end: concerts, work in studio on the next album etc. Simply to become a little sadly, likely.
Sucking on stage. I can handle getting yelled at at practice for sucking, packing up our equipment, shoveling snow down three flights of stairs at 3 in the morning after a gig, but to really mess up big time in front of people, and making the rest of the band look bad is a real bummer! I love playing with these guys (and gal) and hate to let them down.
hearing other peoples rehashes.
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