Guide To Optimizing Your Songwriting For Sync

A sync license for film or television can be very rewarding for a songwriter. Unfortunately, a lot of what makes a song great and personal doesn’t always translate well into. Continue reading

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How To Write A Protest Song

Protest songs have long played an important role in society, acting as the soundtrack to social change. For those looking to express their anger and frustration in light of current. Continue reading

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Austin Kleon Says “Rip Off Other Musicians” (And He’s Right)

The idea of “stealing like an artist” has been around for a while, and can be as effectively applied to music as any other art form. Here we look at. Continue reading

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ASCAP Takes 2020 Awards Shows Online

ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, announced plans to bring its annual slate of awards shows online during the coronavirus pandemic. The awards ceremonies – ASCAP Pop,. Continue reading

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Inspiration Or Copy? A Guide To “Borrowing” Song Ideas

As a musician, it’s only natural to be inspired by the music of your ideals. So how does one practically harness this inspiration without it resulting in creatively (and legally). Continue reading

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Benefits Of Virtual Collaboration

Virtual collaboration has been around for a while now, but recent circumstances have made it more of a necessity than ever. For those still skeptical about the concept, we here. Continue reading

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7 Free Apps Musicians Can Use To Remain Creative At Home

Over the years, apps have become a huge asset in allowing artists to remain creative while on the go or, in the current state of things, while trapped at home.. Continue reading

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5 Remote Collaboration Tips For Artists

For musicians, even collaboration in-person can sometimes be a challenge, and in the current situation, artists are forced to work on projects together remotely, adding another hurdle to productivity. That. Continue reading

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3 Tips For Staying Creative In Difficult Times

While stress and anxiety can often make it difficult to find motivation, creative outlets can also be a valuable tool for making it through challenging periods, much like the one. Continue reading

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Why You Need To Stop Worrying About Success In Music

In a piece well suited for times like these, Patrick McGuire explores why artists should stop worrying about the nebulous term “success.” Guest post by Patrick McGuire of the ReverbNation. Continue reading

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