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How to Turn a Lazy Hobbyist into a Professional Songwriter

October 2nd, 2018 by

professional songwriter music industry gold recordsHave you ever wondered what the difference between a hobbyist and a professional songwriter was?

It’s pretty obvious: the professional songwriter considers songwriting to be their profession. It’s their main source of income, and they simply see this activity as their job. They engage in it on a daily basis. (more…)

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