This post was originally published at ask.audio
A new album is a bigger undertaking than most of the non-musician populace understands. It’s almost just like a book, except instead of merely checking the pronunciation, and spelling, music requires mastering, mixing, multiple recording sessions, multiple musicians (sometimes) and so on. As any major production relies as much on its project management as it does on its talent, I thought I might give you a few pitfalls that have held me back in my own, earlier albums.
Author : G.W. Childs IV