was that for the wasteland song? price is quite a bit high unless you had 60+ tracks…lol
anyway, I have heard your youtube channel and your songs are great! I dabble into youtube along with live performances at weddings and such … over all I find the process painful but worth it, I am focusing more on streaming at the moment. every little bit helps, but most important, you end up learning a lot in the end. If you listen a lot, you can learn a lot. It is just that way.
Please dont give up music for a new challenge, music will always come back to chase you no matter how far you run.
My advice is pretty much what I followed for myself when first starting out… and that is stick to simplicity, focus on clarity over complexity. It is amazing what you can just do with a guitar and vocals. Focus on playing around with your strengths instead of worrying about mixing and mastering those come later, much later.
Make a lot of songs dont worry about technicalities, just make em even if they are not perfectly mastered with 5.1 surround lol
Write music that caters to those who connect with your music emotionally, don’t write just for audiophiles. If you worry keeping audio technicalities in mind, you can lose focus of the bigger picture. Not saying audio tidbits are not important , they are important but they are not the soul of the music, you are