Some days you’re up, some days you’re down.
For many people, songwriting is a primary means of making a living, while for others it’s a means to an end or just a hobby.
It’s a common problem in songwriting: You write a banging first verse and hook, creating compelling lyrics that tell a convincing story.
What (or whom) is your songwriting influenced by? Sure, it’s a noble thing to say you are totally influenced by yourself and that all your work is 100% unique and original.
The main job of professional songwriters and musicians is to create songs that people can enjoy.
Many songwriters reach a point where they feel they have exhausted all the common diatonic chord progressions.
Getting your music on one of .
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There are many reasons why most songwriters will never go pro.
What’s your philosophy? Whether you think about it or not, we all subscribe to and practice different philosophies in our everyday life.
Songwriters often go unnoticed and without much fanfare even though they are the backbone of the music industry.
The music business often seems centered around the glitzy, glamorous lifestyle.
One of the things that set musical performances apart is the level of emotional connection listeners experience.
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American music is considered to be the most influential in the world.
Music producers are a vital component of the industry.
Drake, Leonard Cohen, Celine Dion, Shawn Mendes, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Avril Lavigne…what do all these famous, albeit different, musicians have in common? When most people think of Canadian music, names such as these are among the first that com
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