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Re: Insecurities of Looping

I have often seen this. When people see my room full of synths and recording gear, or my front-of-house mixing set-up, I am often told it is "impressive". I always respond that it is not meant to be impressive, but to allow me the ability to "express myself".  Rig

From: "k3zz21@gmail.com" <k3zz21@gmail.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2012 7:09 AM
Subject: Re: Insecurities of Looping

i like the way you look at it. It just seems like much more of a challenge lol to let good things grab a hold of you more than bad things
-----Original Message-----
Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2012 6:24:50 am
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
From: kkissinger@kevinkissinger.com
Subject: Re: Insecurities of Looping

Quoting "k3zz21@gmail.com" <k3zz21@gmail.com>:
> I feel like even though I like my music, other people dont. Its a 
> weird feeling. I've had practically nothing but compliments which 
> somewhat scares me because im starting to thing people just do it to 
> make me feel good about myself. Does anybody get these feelings?
Sometimes, as performers, we allow negative criticism to penetrate 
deeply into the psyche however are not as open to praise.

We must be as open to praise as we are to criticism.  When you recieve 
applause and compliments, allow it sink in.

-- Kevin