A songwriting career is often filled with ups and downs.
There are tons of content about how great it is to be a songwriter.
Understanding how the human brain processes sound is helpful in figuring out how people listen to music - Tunedly.
Most of us remember a time in our lives when we wanted to be a star host, actor, singer, or musician on TV.
The TikTok effect has not only seen the app quickly become popular since launch but has had a huge impact on the music industry - Tunedly.
If you’ve heard of greats like Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and Chuck Berry, you’re already somewhat familiar with the Songwriters Hall of Fame (SHOF).
Sex truly sells, and songwriters who are able to create something that hits the spot - so to speak - can put themselves in a position for industry recognition.
What is a hook and why is it so important? In industries such as fishing and construction, a hook is self-explanatory.
The ability to make music with online musicians has been a thing for many years now.
Most songwriting-related content is often directed at professional songwriters, but Tunedly created this article to look at some of the top benefits of being a hobbyist songwriter.
How did you get started in songwriting? Did you start out writing poetry as a hobby before transitioning to song lyrics?
Music mixing and mastering are necessary activities in order to create songs that are worthy of being listened to.
Songwriting is a rather unique skill to develop.
What’s your songwriting process like? Do you spend days mulling over a song topic before putting pen to paper?
The desire for success is seemingly wired in the human DNA.
After taking a final look at your song lyrics, the usual next step would be to demo it, right? There are many reasons for creating a song demo, one of which is to help you experience the feel of the song.
In 1970, the Electric Lady Studios was opened to the public.
Tunedly puts the spotlight on Mary J Blige to examine her songwriting prowess and impact on the music industry.