If you’ve ever wanted to rock with the rest and become a legend, you can now become a famous musician in BitLife. You’ll be able to choose your favorite instrument to practice with, and if you’re good enough, you’ll be able to sign a record deal, create a band, and earn quite a bit of money rocking with others around the world. There are a variety of musical instruments you can learn how to play, and it takes a bit of time to learn how to properly use them.
How to learn how to play an instrument
The first step to becoming a famous musician is learning how to play an instrument. To do this, you can start a very young age and ask your parents if you can take lessons. To do this, go to the activities screen when you’re at least six years old, and pick from one of the instruments you want to play. If your parents agree, you can start taking lessons with that instrument, and from there, it’s like all of the other skills in the game. The more your practice with it and increase that skill, the better your character will be with it.
Once you turn 18, the lessons require money, so you’ll have to start paying for them.
You can learn multiple musical instruments at a time, increasing your skill with all of them. Some instruments your character will be better at than others, so trying multiple is a good idea.
How to become a famous musician
When you’re ready to try and become a musician, go down to the bottom page of the occupation tab, and there will be an option for special careers. Choose the musician option and you can choose to look for a band or become a solo artist. You cannot do this at the same time you’re going to a university, though.
You have to choose to go with a band or a solo artist. A band will be able to take several different instrument options, whereas the solo artist has a limited amount. Once you’ve chosen, it’s all about working hard with your bandmates and having things kick-off for you. Make sure you continually expand your skills by learning new instruments and building on the ones you know. We notice that the bands and record labels began to reply back to us when we reached about 90% skill talent with our instruments, so it can take a long time for them to reply, and you need to work on your talents.