It’s often daunting the idea of recording an album, or even an EP, as a DIY artist.
You likely have a limited budget and limited experience managing a creative project of this kind.
When I first started recording and releasing music, I really didn’t know what I was doing. I just organically let things unfold as I’d almost given up on anything much happening with my music. It took the pressure off, which I can now see actually played in my favour.
But if I was starting out all over again, there’s a few things I would do differently in order to be a little more organised and confident in recording my music.
This process actually requires a plan, especially if you’re short on money and time.
In this week’s video, I break down a fool proof plan for recording your music as a diy musician.
I’m going through what you need to think about, what you really DON’T and how to make the most out of your time and resources as a result.
And If you’re ready to use the rest of this sh*t storm of a year to make bold moves with your music, sign up for my FREE masterclass ‘3 Key Secrets to Making Pro Recordings of your Music from home’.
It’s made exclusively for female musicians in mind and will REALLY open your eyes to what’s possible with home recording your music.