Dean Dillon – Songwriting Advice

Dean Dillon shares his advice to aspiring songwriters. Recorded in the green room at Dosey Doe as part of the Real Life Real Music Songwriter Series syndicated radio program. Visit www.realliferealmusic.com for more information.

Author: RealLifeRealMusic1
Duration: 15
Published: 2011-10-29 06:44:32
Dean Dillon – Songwriting Advice

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    The creative part of songwriting is only the first chapter in the saga of making a song into a hit. After the song is finished, it has to be demo-ed, registered with the US Copyright Office, and professionally pitched to publishers, producers and artists who can ‘take the song to the world.’ All of this takes time and effort and if there are two or more writers involved in the creation of the song, they also can share the work and expense involved in getting exposure for the song. One of the co-writers may have a home studio and be very good in producing professional quality demos, while the other co-writer’s strength may be in making the contacts necessary to ‘pitch’ the song. As with the songwriting process itself, the co-writers can each contribute their own expertise and skills to see that the song receives maximum exposure and opportunity for success.

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