Man this is funny😂😂😭😭 But on a serious note, I feel an artist shouldn't be too comfortable in their producer's capabilities in producing a song. Get too comfy and your voice starts to slack, you do less takes because you feel there's no need for effort. It upsets me when an artist I enjoy listening to sings live and sounds really rough. An artist should be serious on their performance and that it is consistent. Doesn't matter how many takes, doesn't matter how long the vocal warm up needs to be, your performance should just be consistent and with 100% effort. As someone who admired autotune since early childhood, I understand the uniqueness in the sound, but let's see how people would take you performing a song live with your mic autotuned #producer#artist#perfection
This was a huge breakthrough for me. When I was in the depths of acute PTSD, years into the illness and day after day of forgiveness, I couldn’t thaw the iceberg of hatred within. I was not getting better. I was still so ill and it seemed that that was where I would stay.
Then something shifted. I gave it up. Guilt. Blame. Attack. All of it and found the innocence within. I screamed out one day, again bound to my bed, “I forgive him. I forgive her. They are innocent and so am I. I don’t care God. I let it go.” Well, something to that effect. “We are all innocent.” It was not a phrase that I was just repeating, for I felt the shift from within. I knew the ultimate truth, God’s Son is innocent, not guilty.
But you have to be willing to give up your belief in guilt, no matter what seems to happen, to find the innocence of truth. Whether you think the guilt is in you, or in another, it all belongs to you. It is all your own. When you give up guilt, miracles happen. I experienced it and know it to be true.
It was still a slow process after this moment for me, but at least I was now on the ascent out of hell, and I won’t be stopping until the oneness of love has been found – Heaven.