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6 Things To Do With Your Song After You’ve Written It

March 31st, 2019 by

Recording your song once written - sharing your songSo you’ve just written a great song. This may or may not be your first one, but either way it’s now complete. So what should you do with it now? Here are six ideas on sharing your songs.

1. Perform The Song You’ve Written

I know for many it’s a great personal achievement to write a song, but if your song is something you’re happy with and proud of, why not share it with others? This could be with family and friends, or if you’re feeling a bit more brave, you might decide to try and perform it at a talent show or other local event. (more…)

Everything You Need To Record Your #1 Hit Song

November 6th, 2018 by

computer turntable write hit songSo you have read some blog posts on here and finally created an amazing hit song.

So what’s next?

Well, recording it of course.

Writing it down on paper and being able to play it isn’t enough these days…

…and if you want to send your song out to producers, artists, and radio shows. You will need to have it recorded and sounding awesome.

Doing this yourself at home will save you a lot of money…

…And in today’s post, I will be showing you exactly what you need to be able to do this.

It’s not as much as you think…

 

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    Here’s yet another question for you to employ on your ‘completion checklist’ that you use every time that you finish a draft of a new song. Is the tone and style of the lyric consistent throughout the entire song? Remember that if it isn’t, don’t throw anything away. In fact, what typically is happening is that you are writing two songs and trying to make them work as one.