Can you master a musical instrument in a year?
Which synth/gear should i get A or B?.
How to make $100,000 a year in selling beats?
How much should i charge for beats?
What type of music should i produce?
How many YouTube videos should I upload a week?
Should I put out a sound pack?
Does my music sound good?
Is sampling/loops cheating?
Should i work with other producers?
Should i give free beats?
Which lawyer should i go with?
The answer is the same.
Nobody can tell you. Everybody's journey is different. You could do the same exact thing I did and get very different results. What's good for one person could be bad for another. We always looking for someone to give us the answers when the answers are within ourself. When you ask questions like this shows that you are afraid to experience. You are robbing yourself of one of the greatest things we have. The journey. Can you imagine if people gave all of the "game". No struggle. No testing. No discovery. No happy mistakes. If you became successful. How can you feel good about that? The best teacher is experience. I love figuring out new ideas. Read a book. Research instead posting a question someone asked a week ago. What I'm saying is stop being a bitch. We all done bitch things. There come a time to do different. Now go out there and do your dam thing.