Ignore the social media algorithms
How much should you kowtow to the social media algorithms? Lately I am thinking the answer should be: Not at all. The algorithms for Facebook, Instagram, etc. are essentially batches of code that mimic someone with narcissistic personality disorder. You might make them happy here and there, but they will constantly turn on you. And there is no logic or consistency to their actions. What made the algorithm happy yesterday will enrage it today.
Also, the more people try to make the algorithms happy, the worse their content becomes. A lot of material out there is not made for humans anymore. If someone emailed you with the same style of writing, images, or videos that they post with, you would think they were having a stroke.
So, I think it is better to ignore the algorithms and instead make posts meant for humans.
Your Words. My work.
Intimidated by a blank text box? With my process, I draw out your best stories and insights. Your words. My work.
Recording the Joan Jett album "Changeup"
Drummer Michael McDermott on the recording of the Joan Jett and the Blackhearts album "Changeup"
Audio - The Jason Adamo Interview
Becoming a better musician
Joseph Terrell of the band Mipso - defining what it means to become a better musician.
Audio - Paige King Johnson
Recording Jason Adamo Interview
I got to record an in-person interview with singer-songwriter Jason Adamo today. I hope to release it next week. In the meantime, check out his new single, "Whatcha Thinking Bout Baby?" Amazing song. Amazing voice.
Swapping drug stories with The Doobie Brothers. With special thanks to Dusty Street.
Playing Melodic Leads
"I try to do what I do best. And what I do best is not shredding. It's playing melodic leads."
Becoming a musician who can leave space in the song