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It is known that every novice guitarist at the beginning of his training is at a kind of fork (intersection). He faces a series of questions. For example, such as: how to learn to play the guitar? where to start? in which direction to move? what principles to follow? how to approach the case? what to focus on? what to play finally? etc.
He can ask such questions explicitly, or they may worry him somewhere deep down. The thing is that the way he learns depends on how he responds to them. Is his success waiting for him to become a master guitarist? Or potrenka couple of little years and throw? Continue reading
Many novice authors believe that it is not necessary to develop business skills and explore the commercial side of things. They say: “I am an author, not a seller, I wrote a song – let someone else take care of how to sell it.” The reality is that what we do is called the music business. The best song in the world will never be a hit unless it was promoted as a demo and if it was not shown to the professionals of the music industry. This can be acceptable if you write solely for your own pleasure, but if you want to succeed in the music business, you should pay equal attention to music and business. Continue reading