I thought this video was nice and quite refreshing. New York recording engineer and producer Christopher Vandeviver shares some of his tips on how to deal with the intimidation of a blank project in Logic Pro X. Highly recommended to those suffering from BPA (Blank Project Anxiety).
Writing Music in Short, Easy Bursts
Instead of thinking “I don’t have the time to create”, shouldn’t we be thinking:
“what’s the most effective way for me to create something of value right now?”
No sh*t, Chris.
Chris shows you his strategy on how to use Logic Pro X to quickly get creative, by writing 30-second riffs and by spending no more than 1 or 2 hours on them. Good stuff.
Give this a spin:
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