Tunedly research uncovers some of the most popular lyrical themes used in songwriting, according to the Billboard Hot 100.
Tunedly shares some ideas on how songwriters can get back into the habit when returning from a songwriting break.
Music labels make money from recorded music in various ways based on the record deals they offer to artists.
Learning about the changing musical landscape and how the new normal is affecting the songwriting business is important for anyone wanting to know how to become a songwriter in 2021.
Not all songwriters have a background in music and, as such, many don't understand the basics of music notation. However, it helps to know a little bit about notes and how they contribute to a melody, for instance.
Examining how a song generates revenue for different stakeholders in the music business.
Being consistently creative can be challenging for any songwriter.
There are many parts to writing a song.
A songwriting career is often filled with ups and downs.
There are tons of content about how great it is to be a songwriter.
Sound is in everything around us.
What is a hook and why is it so important? In industries such as fishing and construction, a hook is self-explanatory.
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.
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?