Music Industry Masterclass – Tommy D on Songwriting

www.pointblankonline.net In this video songwriter and producer Tommy D, who has credits on chart smashes by huge stars such as Michael Jackson, Jay Z, Kylie Minogue and Kanye West, shares some of top tips to achieve songwriting success and a career in the music industry. This is the first in the new series of highlights from the music industry masterclasses provided by Point Blank. All students of the college, past and present, are invited to attend these inspiring and informative lectures by experienced professional musicians, producers and DJs, all at no extra cost! Please subscribe to our channel to make sure you don’t miss future masterclass video highlights from the likes of Guy Chambers, Annie Mac, Paul Epworth, Bassment Jaxx, Jonny Rockstar and plenty more! Learn songwriting with Point Blank Online – www.pointblankonline.net …or if you are in London why not check out our college course – www.pointblanklondon.com

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Duration: 254
Published: 2010-08-13 09:25:30
Music Industry Masterclass – Tommy D on Songwriting

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