Weird questions and insensitive comments are among things people say to songwriters that drive them crazy - Tunedly.
Tunedly explains how musicians can harness the power of repetition and subtle variations when making music.
There needs to be a balance with knowing when it's time to give up on a song and when to persevere, as explained by Tunedly.
Tunedly shares a collection of interviews and accounts from several music creators about how they are managing to survive COVID as a musician.
Everything you need to know about hiring a string quartet for recording your music, according to Tunedly.
In the face of streaming, the question remains as to whether it is still a good idea to release physical music in 2021 - Tunedly
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.
Australian solo artist shares her story about recording her new album 'Revolving Doors' with the Tunedly Team while in lockdown.
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.