Friday, September 21, 2007

Managing time, when music isn’t your “day job”

This is a nice article contained in the always-helpful songwriting resource at the Muses Muse website. One of the suggestions/tips is to:
Schedule time with yourself for your songwriting, collaborating and rehearsing. Keep these dates with yourself and others as sacred appointments!

That's really the crux of the matter. When Jeff and I had scheduled jamming/collaborating sessions, the music was flowing a lot easier than now when I'm looking at my home recording and NOT setting aside the time for it that I should...

Here's the link to the whole article:
Managing time, when music isn’t your “day job”

May the Muse be with you...

2 comments:

pinball king said...

Miles Davis, during auditions, used to ask each person if they are full-time musicians or if they have another job. If they had another job, he wouldn't hire them.

Renz said...

Hey, well that's Miles Davis... he should expect nothing less... Me? I'm just plugging away part-time at this stuff... doesn't mean it's wasted time or filling time...

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