Number One Music allows me to send outa newsletter every 10 days and I recently sent one out and here are a few of the messages I have received.
Carolina: “I never get bored this tune Even In The Greatest Storm. I love this tune so much and Thanks for producing this track.”
Pasquale “hi I just have to say that you create a very good music and it appeals to a lot of people. I’ll be listening to you, I’ve just added your n1m page to my faves.”
Efrain: “hello you’re far too talented not to share what you can do with a vast audience and make a living from it –
I believe that ability shines through and that you’ve got plenty…”
Lesley “now THAT’s music ive been listening to this all day, seems like you can never get tired of it!”
One or two of the music blogs I submitted to the feedback was that the vocals, the accent threw them off though they liked the lyrics, but the melody was a bit too laid back for them. On that track I didn’t do the vocals. The feedback on any project we do, from a few different sources, provided we don’t take it personally as an attack on us, but rather feedback on the material can be very useful. These comments and others tell me I am on the right track and if I look at which songs got the comments, what genre, style people are drawn to that I put out there, then I know what to focus on, so it helps me. It also gives me encouragement to keep going, and hopefully the day comes that I can earn my daily bread with the music and coaching. Feedback helps us to know where we are, what maybe we need to work on, focus on etc… and where to go from here. In the creative business, or sales, it is not personal, though it feels like it at times, when what we put out there is not readily accepted by all, but not everything can be liked by everyone, or appreciated by everyone. We need to keep that in mind and not take it personally. Feedback is important in life.