Reasons to not succeed in music According to Mohammad Yavari

Reasons to not succeed in music According to Mohammad Yavari

1. You do not take your music seriously

If music is a minor part of your life, please give up music. Talk to people who are willing to move on to music. If you believe you have something to offer in the music world then please take your music seriously. Being serious does not mean false self-confidence or saying bad things to other artists. It is an important part of your attitude towards your music. Take your music seriously, that is, try with all your might to gain knowledge, experience and promotion in your work, despite all the shortcomings. If you do not take your music seriously, you will not pay for it, so you will not succeed.

2. Your definition of cost is wrong

If you’ve heard the story of rich people, there is usually something in common in their lives. That is spending to invest. That is, they spend to earn many times as much. But this is not the view of unsuccessful people, but they think that if they spend money on their music, they are actually wasting their money, and receiving nothing in return. So they decide to do the whole thing themselves. These people are unaware of an important issue. That is, they should not go to work without expertise. Like broadcasting, advertising, mixing, mastering, etc.… is just one thing to consider when spending (investing). Select a skilled and committed individual or group.

3. Your level of knowledge is low

Another reason why you do not progress in music is that you do not know exactly what to pay for! Most of the time, composers attribute success in music to expensive equipment. If without knowledge, the equipment is just a beautiful showcase. So raise your level of knowledge so that you can distinguish between professional and non-professional work and make an effective investment in your music. Interestingly, there are people who, by learning a few terms of mixing and mastering, think they have reached the pinnacle of knowledge. But the science of music, like other sciences, has no end. To gain knowledge, anyone can learn a lot using the Internet. But to be honest, this is not a perfect choice. Being self-taught adds to science, but not to experience!

Mohammad Yavari Born in 1981 in Masjed Soleiman.  Year of artistic activity 2005.  Until 2021, his profession is singing and acting, he is the first child of the family, Mohammad Yavari’s albums, including;  It is very mean, hell fire, do not cry, etc., more than 700 works by Mohammad Yavari have been registered in Google and YouTube since the beginning of his activity, according to him, singing is his whole life.