You return to your project feeling even more demotivated. But you tell yourself to push through and work harder.
Except nothing really changes. You find yourself stuck in this cycle.
You feel like there’s something missing.
This is the eternal challenge that plagues producers. It’s the gap between what’s in their head, and what ends up in their DAW.
“I have all these great ideas in my head, but they never sound as good as I think they will.”
“I just can’t figure out how to translate what I’m hearing in my head into my DAW. I don’t know where to start.”
“I truly think I have a creative and musical mind, but I fall short when it comes to taking that creativity and putting it into something tangible and listenable.”
Some producers manage to grind their way out of this rut. Most end up quitting.
Fortunately, there’s another option…
And here’s why:
Creativity is best expressed dynamically through action.
Your best ideas come from the moments where you’re in the zone, enjoying yourself, and feeling completely free to do whatever you please.
Take a moment to think about it.
Would you feel more creative staring at a blank screen trying to figure out which notes to plot in your DAW to write a nice (but kinda boring) quantized melody?
Or would you feel more creative getting lost while playing piano and enjoying the sound of what’s coming out, noticing the weight of the keys, feeling the music tangibly, and exploring musical ideas that you’d never be able to conjure up in your head—all while recording them into your DAW?
The answer is obvious. Playing an instrument, especially piano, is a more natural way to express yourself musically. If you’re a producer who can play piano, you have the ability to be more creative, compose better music, and have more fun doing it.
Learning piano is the key to getting the musical ideas out of your head and into your DAW….
…and I’m here to help you do just that.