gae_layahoo.it Posted August 11, 2001 Share Posted August 11, 2001 i first started recording other's people music at the beginning of this year. a problem that often occurs is a musician being unable to get a right take of a particular song,which leads to endless re-takes,and,often,the musician losing faith in his own skills,which just worsens the situation. the guy repeats a single part for 10 times,he doesn't get it and starts getting nervous. "i'm shit! i can't play/sing decently". as a beginner myself,my very first goal is to make the recording a pleasing and inspiring experience for my client,not the living hell that it sometimes is. i'd really like you to share with me some little "psychological tricks" that you use to make the musician feel a bit more comfortable...if you use any tricks at all. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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