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3 Hacks to Make Good Music by John Walsh

The thought of becoming a successful musician is adored by every rising star in the music industry. Consequently, all rising musicians regularly search for “hacks” that might help them progress and speed up their journey in achieving their goals. However, even though there is no simple technique to becoming a successful musician, here are 3 hacks by John Walsh that might benefit you if you are seeking to make good music.

1. Challenge yourself

There is no harm in trying anything new. In fact, there is a possibility that it might contribute positively to your career. Thus, to make good music, John believes in continuously challenging himself by experimenting with new ideas. Be it a new approach to writing music, a new melody, or a genre, he always makes sure to try it. As a result, John advises the same to all those seeking to establish a successful career in music. He claims that this technique keeps a musician on their toes, and enables productivity so that one can make good music. 

2. Don’t give up, no matter what

Failure is not a reason to quit something. Every successful career comes along with struggles and hardships that a person needs to go through before they can finally achieve good results. Therefore, the one thing John believes is an important hack in making good music is to never give up because you never know how close you actually are to success. Imagine if you end up giving up right before achieving what you desire. Thus, such a scenario will be very disappointing, considering you already worked so hard to achieve your goals. So, in a nutshell, don’t give up on anything. Especially your dreams. Always try finding out where you went wrong, and fix it. Eventually, you will see that the effort was worth it.

3. Be confident 

Confidence is the key to success in the music industry. Since music is something that you present to the world, you must be confident about the fact that you did your best. Even if people criticize it, that doesn’t mean you should let go of your confidence. As a matter of fact, John believes that to make good music, every musician should be open to constructive criticism. This way, they will not only be able to make good music but also hold their head high confidently. Thus, John claims that good music is always tagged along with confidence because if you yourself won’t be confident about your work, then how will your audience be?

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