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Crucial Elements to Transform Heavy Emotions to Songs

June 16th, 2019 by
Transform Heavy Emotions to Songs

Not all singers write their own songs. The songwriting process varies. Some songs may come to the artists through a manager’s suggestion or the singer may ask a songwriter they know to write them a song for their next album. However, the most compelling songs are those where the artist’s lyrics convey a perfect replica of what they are feeling upon the listener. Here we will look at the different pieces in a song that will help you transform your emotions to powerful songs.

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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.