Have you ever wanted to teach yourself a new instrument or musical skill but you’re not sure if it’s worth the effort?
In this episode, Jennifer is joined by Daniel Ho, a Grammy Award winning recording artist, producer, and instrument designer. As a self-taught multi-instrumentalist, Daniel discovered that by learning new skills, he could control the music creation and production process from beginning to end. He shares why he thinks that’s so valuable and what it’s like to work in a wide range of genres.
You will discover how Daniel “learned how to learn,” his unique approach to composition and the production process, and why he chose to become a generalist with numerous skills instead of a virtuoso specialist. Plus, Daniel shares his top advice for creating a thriving career in the arts.
This episode features “Na Pana Elua” from Daniel’s album entitled Aukahi and “Soaring on Dreams” from Daniel Ho and Tak Matsumoto’s recent album Electric Island, Acoustic Sea.