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Balance of production and communication?
Old 12th October 2017
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Balance of production and communication?

Producing a complex track might be exhausting.
Organizing releases, events, and promo can be exhausting.
90% in the basement and no one knows you.
90% talking, but you won't have an interesting product.

Do you have a philosophy, is there a moment to focus more on one or more on the other?
Like half a day studio, half a day talk to people and make papers?
It comes when it comes, but at times we must take control of the general amount of activities.
How can we do it reasonably?
Old 14th October 2017
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I don't really have a philosophy about that nor any tips....I am not really a person that does a lot (if any) forced 'business' networking
Mostly I 'make papers' burocratic stuff, the boring stuff in the morning, having it over as quickly as I can space out and go into deep work focus with music related stuff for the rest of day. H

I wouldn't focus too much on 90% talking, its better to be a hermit freak with a "mysterious aura" then some pompous idiot who does not walk the talk
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