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7 Mindfulness Skills That Will Boost Your Songwriting

January 29th, 2019 by

Mindfulness Skills Boost SongwritingWhen a songwriter wants to write a song, what is the first thing that comes to mind?

  • Is it the words?
  • The melody?
  • The rhythm?

A great songwriter knows that it is none of these things. It all comes down to the spirit of the song. The reason why the songwriter is writing the song in the first place. The purpose or meaning behind it. The message it communicates. The feeling it cultivates. What I hope to present to you today are 7 smart ways to integrate mindfulness into your songwriting

These are the drivers of a great songwriter. He or she knows that everything exists in the mind and heart. Most of the great songs you hear today would not come to existence if they had no meaning or purpose behind them. This is the reason why as a great songwriter, you need to cultivate mindfulness into your songwriting. Cultivating mindfulness means being aware of what is around you. Once you do this, everything about the song just falls into place. (more…)

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    Here’s a tip on the final stage of the songwriting process, the Demo. While the presentation of the demo (no matter what the format) doesn’t require fancy graphics, it does require information. The information that is absolutely required is as follows: the titles of all the songs and their running times, the names of all the songwriters, the name of the writer’s publishing company and performing rights group (ASCAP, BMI, etc.), the copyright date, and a contact phone number. You may also want to include an email address, but this is not necessary.