Sin Visits In The Den

So like I promised last week I was going to do a radio show and share with you

well here it is…

I wasn’t able to embed video here, and i haven’t gotten my hands on the file to upload yet as soon as I do I may do that to make it easier for you to view

For now you can watch here

Go to the Sat 8/12/2017 at 15:3 video

and skip to the 53:30 mark

I could have linked the individual video directly but it wasn’t letting me skip when I tested it

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-Sin

Tune in…

Hey! Quick announcement. I’ve been invited to be on a radio show next Saturday from 1-3 p.m. So if you have a chance to tune in check out Power Play Radio

Now I’m still deciding what pieces to spit, so if you have any suggestions drop them in the comments, and if you haven’t heard me as of yet listen to the playlist on the side of this site. The download is free if you like what you hear.

I’ll try to get you guys the audio/video if can for next weeks post!

SMU show and youtube news

On Thursday I got to play for the Sigma Lambda Beta – Mu Delta Chapter at SMU

it was a great show! We had a good time and I got to perform some of Therapy for them.

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Speaking of Therapy, I kept my productiveness up and uploaded the entire project onto my Youtube page

How do you, like memorize stuff?

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I often get asked by an artist somewhere “how do you memorize your poetry?”

and I usually reply with a casual “I rehearse the shit out of it”

I realized that’s not very helpful

so i decided to elaborate a bit.

 

A lot of artists have trouble memorizing at first, and there’s no law that says you HAVE to memorize anything, but if you’re looking to up your performance and one day land some paid gigs, memorization is a first step in the right direction.

So here are a couple of tips on memorization, hope it helps.

Repetition

“Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment.”

―Zig Ziglar

You ever catch yourself singing one of your favorite songs word for word?

You weren’t trying to memorize it the last two weeks, you’ve just been playing it because you enjoy the song.

Memorizing  your writing is the same process.

When I’m working on a piece, even if it’s not complete I’ll read it once a day up to the point I left off.

If I think of something I can add to it great,

If not it’s still a good chance to practice.

Find a little time to read your pieces every day.

When you feel like you’ve got it at least partially down,

try it from memory, if you slip up you can turn back to your paper.

Before you know it you’ll have it down!

 

Consistency

It goes without saying that only you can keep yourself going

you get out of the process what you put in.

No one is going to be there along the way to make you rehearse.

But if you’re consistent and work on your craft everyday you’ll get better and better.

When you get to perform your newly sharpened work for an audience

you’ll be able to do it with a great deal more confidence knowing you’ve got this.

Work ethic

You’ve got to want it!

No artist can get far without hard work and determination

I think a great example of this is the rapper Kanye West

in a 2015 interview with Howard Stern, Seth Rogen describes running into Kanye at a hotel and getting to hear him rap an entire album he was working on from memory!

Here’s a clip from the interview:

Those are my tips

I hope it helped!

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