Music is an incredibly personal form of expression. It’s like you’re opening up your soul to your listeners… So when someone says they don’t like a certain part of your music, it can feel like a personal attack that cuts quite deeply.
The good news is, most of the time that’s not how it’s intended, unless the person saying those things is a hater.
But for the mass majority of people giving you feedback, the ones who aren’t haters, they likely have your best interests at heart. Responding kindly to them will help you seem more reasonable, and give them a positive interaction with you – which you can grow into a long-term relationship with them as your fan.
So how can you harness criticism to create better music and grow your fanbase at the same time? Listen now to learn more!
What you’ll learn:
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