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  Ugi  |  26

Most people establish some kind of musical ability first and then plow a load of money into their interest. Unless they are a boy-band of course.

  emag_eht  |  18

If you're dedicated you can do it. There are plenty of people who were forced to do it as kids. My friends told me they hated it, so they stopped as soon as they could.

OP try renting it out to people who DO have talent and need a place for practice and such. You can also try to learn something even if just a little.

  Meettitan  |  14

OP sounds like one of those rich kids who took a year of guitar class in high school and expected to be able to play afterwards... Playing an instrument isn't easy. Just practice until it becomes fun to you, then it's smooth sailing.

  divadro102  |  16

I started with no knowledge in producing. Bought my controller and monitors and a few programs. Now i teach music production at the local music center for kids that are interested. I'm self taught and it's a woderful thing. For me it's not about stardom, just producing.

You went in over your head, though. Sell some things and keep what you will need realistically. Soon as you learn more you may notice what you had initially wasn't good and will start to make better upgrades in equipment.

  ladyLALAA  |  28

What does it mean? Before you all thumb me down (but you will anyway) I am on the app and it very annoying having to get out and go to safari! I need to update my phone!

  dolarhyde93  |  5

I don't know why people thumb you down for that. It's completely legitimate. It's called being an audio engineer. Some of the best in the world can't write music, but without them those who do write great music wouldn't be able to show the world.

  audiophileMom  |  11

Since I AM an audio engineer - you wanna do music you still need talent, else you won't be any good. But audiobooks are a way better market anyways - and tons of fun!


^ They were saying that OP should invest in some ear plugs (although I'd prefer noise-canceling headphones-don't want to share any ear wax) so that when she performs for people, they can just plug 'em in and watch.

  tj4234  |  35

not necessarily, to say someone has gone/done something Gaga is an expression. It's just not a very common one. It's also a Queen song of course, which is where Lady Gaga got her name from.


Just Dance so the Paparazzi don't come and give you a Bad Romance. You were Born This Way, so don't lose your Pokerface over these Love Games.

This comment was not approved by Lady Gaga, but I don't give a fuck.