>Like me some of Ian Anderson's work. I did flute waaaay back in middle school. Bretty sweet instrument. Don't get lazy with it!
I'm just aiming to play shrimple melodies and little ornamental snippets to sample. I got my start with synthesizers and feel like it’s necessary for me to learn the basics of some more traditional instruments. As much as I love synthesizers, I don’t want to limit myself to electronic sound sources. I actually seem to be drifting toward using acoustic instruments in an electronic-sounding way over actual synthesizers in a lot of cases.
I have asthma problems anyway, so becoming a virtuoso wood be an uphill battle even if I had the ambition.
>That self-drive stuff is a bitch, huh? You ever run a personal biz? Make your own hours, so to speak? Tried it once and failed miserably haha. Who says you've gotta work when you're the boss amirite
I did it once, and it didn't work out at all for me. If you're doing freelance work over the Internet, you're probably going to have to constantly be advertising yourself to build up a clientele. I despise that kind of thing. A job that entails leaving insincere comments or buttering people up to put my name out there isn't for me. On top of that, I'd really dislike not having a consistent work schedule.