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Best Songwriting Articles – Learn How to Write Songs Blog 2017

October 16th, 2017 by

best songwriting articles 2017Taking a look back at 2017 here are the best songwriting articles on the Learn How to Write Songs blog.

There are a variety of subjects that songwriters find useful.  You will find these are the most popular for this year.

These posts are filled with an abundance of tips, ideas, insights written to help you write better songs..

In case you missed these blog posts or neglected to bookmark them for future reference and inspiration, here are the Best 10 Learn How to Write Songs Blog Posts of 2017 and don’t forget to leave a comment to join the discussion: (more…)

Top Songwriting Articles 2013

January 7th, 2014 by

top songwriting articles 2013Taking a look back at 2013 here are the top songwriting articles on this website.

From Chord Progressions and Lyric Writing tips to Songwriting Challenges and other useful Ideas Tips, we publish a bunch of posts on the Learn How to Write Songs Blog.

These posts may be overflowing with tips, ideas, insights, and more. Your contribution can make this Blog a thriving community of information and discussion.

In case you missed them or forgot to bookmark them for reference and inspiration, here are the Top 10 Learn How to Write Songs Blog Posts of 2013 and don’t forget to leave a comment to join the discussion: (more…)

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    When you have progressed beyond the point of learning how to write a song, it’s time to redefine your goals. Here are some suggestions for your new set of goals, and remember that a goal isn’t worth the paper it’s written on without a deadline. Goal number one at this stage would be to ensure that your home studio is up and operational, and that it is capable of creating a demo-quality recording.