Solo artists, songwriters, and composers, you may be nervous to, but here’s how to open yourself up to new collaborative frontiers.
Here are six methods for returning to work safely in songwriting and collaborative in-person music sessions. Don’t be afraid to go slowly.
When you’re hitting a wall, it might be that your creative process has gone stale. Try this method to reinvigorate your songwriting ideation.
We chat with one of 2019’s break out artists, Benjamin Roustaing, on his songwriting, his thoughts on streaming, and his 2018 Soundfly mentorship session.
When it comes to toplining in the music industry, collaborating and co-writing, producing negotations, and royalty splits should all be familiar territory.
There’s more than one way to create an energy-lifting drop. Beef up your choruses with a CIA no matter what genre of music you’re producing!
People make so many excuses for themselves when they don’t feel up to writing. Here are ten common ones and why they’re all wrong.
Get into the writing room with confidence and excitement next time you’re working with a total stranger on a co-writing song project with these 7 tips.
We profile the great songwriting minds behind some of the greatest pop hits of the modern era. You might not know their names, but you know their work!
Advances for musicians to get a leg up on their projects with external support may seem tempting but they almost always come with strings attached.