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Best Productivity Tips for Songwriters

January 23rd, 2021 by
Best Productivity Tips for Songwriters

Like all creators, songwriters largely depend on inspiration. Any songwriter would confirm that, when inspired, they feel the creative power with which they can move the mountains.

But, what should you do if you suddenly run out of ideas and Euterpe, the muse of poetry and music, hasn’t been visiting you for days?

In this case, you need to take matters into your own hands and start searching for inspiration.

Don’t know where to start?

We’ve prepared a few productivity tips specifically for those songwriters who’ve been feeling increasingly demotivated and are currently experiencing the creativity drought.

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Best Ways to Make Money from Your Musical Talent

January 8th, 2019 by

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Let’s say that you have some music education and/or experience and you want to find a  way to monetize it. This is not an uncommon position to be in, especially among music students who believed the world is their oyster only to find themselves in a highly competitive industry where even the big ones complain about the royalties they get. (more…)

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    There are as many opportunities to become a published, and/or professional, songwriter as there are songs, business people in the industry, and days that go by; such will continue to be the rules of the game until some kind of a standard is formulated. The best and most common rules of thumb most professional songwriters have learned to live by are ‘just keep writing ‘and ‘write because you love it. Of course, that is much easier said than done in times when creativity is hindered by such things as writers block, lack of stimulation, or time constraints/schedule. Make time for your passion.