Honest feedback in music can be hard to find
An original way to respond to criticism.
Everyone is different: follow your own musical taste
For some, Munch’s “the scream” is a masterpiece for others it’s unsettling.
Internet forums won’t offer professional feedback in music
Coming out of your shell: the open mics option
When you perform live, that’s when you really get to be able to enjoy the satisfaction of being appreciated. You can see people dance to your music, get comments after your performance and experience applause after your set. There are always musicians of all sorts there as well, and they possess all kinds of knowledge for you to absorb. What’s more, is that you can watch them perform, and see exactly what sort of things they know how to do that you can learn from. It’s not blind information from anonymous sources. You can watch a performer do something you’d really like to know how to do, and you can go and ask them about how they achieved that.
local live performances can help boost your career (and confidence)
Acoustic guitarist, singer/songwriter from Montreal, Canada.