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Creative independence means I don’t have to wait for any person or platforms’ approval to make what I want to make. I create what I want and my audience supports me. There is no middle man.
Interacting with my patrons is like talking to someone in the audience at one of my concerts. I am excited to share my music and art with them because I know it lands on enthusiastic ears and appreciative eyes.
Patreon is really the homefront where we're building the connection to the people that enjoy our content, and that's something you just can't have when you're part of a larger company.
The subscription-based model is perfect for me. I can have some measure of stability versus going on tour, or freelance opportunities to do voice overs, that kind of thing. Patreon is something I can do more consistently.
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