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Embracing Your Voice as an Artist

This week as I was just about finished with a track, I realized that the bass just wasn't cutting it. I also dive a little bit into my struggle with the idea of finding your own voice and why I think the word "fine" is a little misguided.

Have you struggled with finding your voice as an artist? Leave a comment below! I'd love to hear from you. And of course, it always helps when you like & subscribe.

If you are a filmmaker, here are some free sounds you can use in your films -

The track I'm working on is for one of my monikers called Half Measure. It's called Happy Again.

All the music was created by me.


Stephen Keech is an American producer and film composer based in Nashville, TN. He has been professionally writing and performing music since 2006 when he began his career singing for the band Haste the Day. After years of touring internationally, Stephen settled down in Nashville where he expanded on his passion by producing records and composing original music for film and TV. Stephen has worked with clients such as Mazda, Express, Tractor Supply, Eureka, and Spotify, as well as creating original scores for award winning documentaries such as Revolution Picture's Remand and The Bears on Pine Ridge. Stephen strives to create meaningful and interesting compositions that complement the visual and narrative context of each piece, while invoking an appropriate emotional response.

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