You might take this the wrong way, but I have to tell you something:

I hope you fail.

I really do.


Because you can’t make any real progress in your home studio without failure.

And a lot of it.

I listened to an interview with Jake Steinfeld (the Body by Jake guy) recently. They were talking about how the most successful people in the world are also the people with the most failures.

There’s no such thing as an “overnight success.”

You don’t just wake up one day and “get it,” then start churning out high-quality, professional-grade recordings.

It takes time, effort, and a whole pile of failures.

If you’ve amassed a lot of failures so far, I salute you. You’ll get there, because you’re taking action and making things happen.

If you DON’T have any failures in your studio history, I’m worried about you. That means you’re either procrastinating working on any “real” projects or you’re perpetually working on that one big project that’s destined to never be released.

Neither is a good option.

Get it done.

Fail and move on.

It works like magic.

And you can start first thing tomorrow morning with a brand new song to mix over at Dueling Mixes.

Join here and finally take a step towards making dramatically better music in your home studio:

Joe Gilder
Home Studio Corner