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How to Finish Your Artistic Project Like a Songwriter

August 1st, 2019 by

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An Artist’s Guide to Completing a Creative Piece

You are an experienced artist; you know how to start your work, know how to find inspiration, the importance of editing, and all the other things you need to do to create great pieces of art. But sometimes, no amount of experience or knowledge can make it easier to finish your creative works. Stepping away from a project and calling it “done” can be one of the hardest things to accomplish as an artist. In this guide, I will share my three easy steps to completing your creative pieces, using the process of a songwriter as an example. (more…)

Songwriter Self Doubt – Here’s How to Overcome the Pain

May 8th, 2018 by

songwriter self doubtSongwriter self doubt is something all creative people like songwriters face.

First, let’s take a look at some of our great creative types and their battles with self doubt: (more…)

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    Here’s a tip on the final stage of the songwriting process, the demo. Finding good musicians is not as hard as it sounds. Short of running an ad in the paper, many times all it takes is a trip to a local nightclub that features live entertainment. During a break, introduce yourself to the musicians and explain why you are there. Many musicians will jump at the chance to do some studio work, especially if there’s some money involved.