The former Battles guitarist shares his insider tips on keeping your process efficient.
Making good music takes time. Simple, right? If you put in the hours your ideas will (hopefully) take shape. But in any workflow, there will be some problems: creative blocks, mistakes, and all the other awful things that eat up time. We’ve all had our fair share.
They may seem like a necessary evil, but dealing with roadblocks might be simpler than you think…
Tyondai Braxton, the experimental composer, and former guitarist and vocalist from the band Battles, recently told us his ‘ultimate hack’ for saving time in the studio. Find out how to make it part of your approach in the full interview below:
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