These past few months have been spent really focused on learning and growing.
I haven’t updated this blog in around two months and that’s fairly common for me with a number of personal projects. That being said, it doesn’t mean that I’ve put everything down.
I’ve been spending these past two months playing around with new sounds, new styles and beginning collaborations with some old colleagues of mine.
Some projects I was passionate about in the past have taken a huge pause, if not a complete scratch out because I’m currently more interested in growing as an artist rather than repeating the same tricks I’ve been doing for however long I’ve been doing them.
I’ve been learning about what music really gets me motivated and interested, and I’ve been thinking less about what was successful in the past and just letting myself write the music without intention.
That being said, I’ve been improvising a lot more and I’ve been hearing melodies and chords I haven’t heard myself play before.
I’m hearing rhythms and styles that pique my interest, and quite frankly… I’m hyped!
I’m about halfway through another album for anxiety and stress for cats, about one third into an album that has my voice on it, and in the beginning stages of a few other projects I want to be working on when I want to.
I’m going to try this, “little by little” method to see what it brings up.
I’m also going to be trying to do something different each 30-minutes I’m home so I don’t just sit on the computer working on the same work for hours.
It’s hard to get sucked into one project, one article, or one job.
If I want to be working on the projects or ideas I want to be working on, I need to give them enough time.
On that note, off to try out these routines and what not.
Next task of the day? Revamp my main site to make interactions a lot smoother.
Wish. Me. Luck.