If you have ever asked yourself if you should become a ghost producer and why, here are a number of answers and examples that will most probably help you with that.
1. The first thing to consider is that ghost producing is a surprisingly stable source of income. Many ghost producers manage to earn enough money for a living while doing so and what is more, you can also do ghost production to gain valuable experience, if you are just starting out as a producer.
2. As a ghost producer you can also create and sell music at your own pace. You will not have any contracts obligating you produce a track every month, as many artists and producers signed to a label will most probably do. Instead you can make music whenever you feel like it, from the comfort of your own home or studio, dictating your own production pace and without having to worry about meeting deadlines to submit your tracks.
3. This way you have the chance to completely focus on your craft and make sure you are perfectly happy with every aspect of your productions before having to submit them.
4. What is more, not every musician strives to become a well known celebrity, as some of them do not have the ability to handle fame and the pressure that comes with it, and thus choose to remain behind the scenes. A ghost producer never has to face the stress that comes from being a touring DJ, or has to deal with fan expectations, regarding the genre or types of tracks they produce. It is actually quite the opposite, as a ghost producer has the complete freedom to create any genre track he wishes to.
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