Is learning to draw hard?

You already learned to draw hard, didn’t you? The same thing is true for music.

Your ability to draw will increase if you practice harder.

However, you may not gain as much benefit by practicing more often. If you are like most people and you’re trying to improve at something for one reason or another, you have to be able to handle something you normally find a pain in the ass, not something that is so hard, effortless, or mind-numbingly boring that you quit the game or give up completely after a short period of time. You have to be able to take a mental stroll through different genres or genres you don’t normally get to when you’re sitting still. Don’t let your mind go blank with the same boring, formulaic, tedious, and tedious music that every other band or song is singing or playing with at a certain point in the song — or at least not at the same time, as is often the case. It’s the same with video games — even if you’re already playing one, you have to go back and make sure you haven’t got it all down.

You will not be able to play well if you are so obsessed with what you think is the right thing to do that you can’t look away from it when anything else is going on. It is as easy as not looking. It is as easy as not listening, even if you want to.

Try taking a step back, stop and take a slow breath. Breathe in the “hard” part of music, breathe out the parts that bring you up every time, and then look at what you are doing. Are you trying to figure out if you’re right on this chord on the beat? Are you trying to find the best way to get a particular sound from all the sounds that go into that particular chord, so you can hear all the nuances? Are you just trying to make sure that you can pick out and hear every tiny little detail and note on the guitar or bass and that, in doing so, you can do this over and over again until you finally achieve the perfection you want?

You have to be able to take a mental stroll through a genre or a type of music or style of music, and you have to take the time and try to really just go with the flow. It’s going to hurt your ears if you play really fast just because you find the bass heavy. Look instead at the big picture, the big picture of a song