How to Produce Your Own Music

Bob’s Producer, Sophie, has a new book out that focuses on the production of your own music.

Sophie, a producer for decades, recently spoke with us about the process of getting started on your own career, and how she feels the new books about producing will change the way you look at your career.

Here are a few of her thoughts: 1.

You can make money as a producer or musician.

I’m a very small-business person.

I have never had a professional success before, and I feel like there’s a lot of pressure to be the next big thing.

I was the first one to do this, and now I’m the first to write a book about it.

I started writing this book because I think it’s time to make music again.

I think we all need to get back to where we were before we got so bogged down with all of the music production.

You have to make a living as a musician, not a producer.

2.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

I like the idea of having an online platform to help you grow and succeed.

I’ve never really tried to put a plan in place for how I want to grow and how I’m going to get money.

I just make music because I enjoy it.

When you’re making music, you get to be creative.

If you’re a producer who has to spend your time on the side hustling to make money and to survive, you’ll just become a producer with less of a passion.

3.

There’s a misconception about how to be a successful producer.

There are tons of articles that say that you have to produce a lot to be successful, and that’s just not true.

If someone’s just producing for fun, I can do it, too.

I get a lot out of making music.

I do a lot more writing than I do performing.

There isn’t one song that you can’t write.

You just have to have the right songwriting skill set.

4.

I love how online platforms like iTunes and Spotify make it easier to start making music now.

You don’t have a physical CD anymore.

So you can make music instantly.

There aren’t a lot, but it’s a cool way to get music out there.

5.

There is no such thing as too much of a good thing.

You need to take your time to put the right stuff out.

You might have a song that’s really good, but the first few listens might be the most disappointing.

It’s good to start out with something good and work up from there.

You’ll have a better feel for how much of your work is going to be of value and how much is going into just making a few bucks.

6.

It might not be the right time to start producing.

I know that the last thing I want is to make some big money in a short amount of time.

But you don’t need to be making millions to be happy.

I still feel like I’m making a good living as an independent producer.

7.

You should probably try and make a few friends before you start making money.

That’s how you’re going to find out how successful you are.

I try and get a group of friends to come to my studio and work on songs for me.

I feel a lot like an old-school producer when I’m writing music.

You could go out and make music for people.

I don’t think I’m necessarily making money at all.

I actually like the freedom to do what I want with my own music, but I do feel like if I’m spending my time making money I’m wasting it. 8.

You shouldn’t be afraid of getting bored with a lot.

You want to keep going until you hit the top.

You’re going in the right direction, but you can always get bored with it.

You are going to miss out on so many great songs.

There have been times when I’ve been working on something and I’m tired.

But I don.

If I’m not feeling good or I’m feeling good and I don I know I’m probably not going to make the song that I want, or maybe I’m just getting bored of the song.

So don’t get discouraged if you don.

9.

It can be hard to start over.

You’ve got to start from scratch, and you can only do that once.

It was a big challenge making a record in the first place.

It takes a while to get a feel for yourself and what you want.

And you don