Songwriter’s Checklist

Songwriter's Checklist MarkCheck lists are powerful tool to help guide you through any process.  Songwriting is a process.  This checklist will provide you with specific points that will assist you in creating better crafted songs.

This Songwriter’s Checklist provides 39 checkpoints to help you “polish” and “refine” your song.  It is divided into these sections…

Lyrics, Title, Prosody, Melody, Form, Chords and Harmony, and More

In addition to the Songwriter’s Checklist you will also be enrolled in the Learn How To Write Songs newsletter that contains practical tips and articles to help you with your songwriting.

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11 Responses to Songwriter’s Checklist

  1. Patrick Reynolds says:

    I,ve been writing songs for many years now. Seems i need some help finishing the Process to a higher degree.Hope this helps . . .

  2. luna says:

    i hope u love my songs

  3. les says:

    I would like to thank you for putting out this information songwriter’s checklist

  4. This is a Great site , I really want to become a great songwriter , one of my weaknesses are, I’am not even sure theres a word for it but, I have many notebooks of thoughts idea,s , verses , hooks .even songs I wrote that sound Like crap , but its putting all those words together to Create a song thats meaningful.

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    Here’s one of the ‘usual and customary’ methods for dividing the credits. This system is known as the Nashville method, so named for the way that it is done in Nashville. According to this method, everyone who is in the room actively involved in writing the song gets an equal share of the writer’s credit. The thinking behind this is akin to the law of natural selection, e.g., if someone isn’t pulling his/her weight, they will not be invited to the next session.

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