Whether you’re suffering from writer’s block or plagued by TOO MANY song ideas, outlining can help you fill a song’s form and stay on track.
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Feeling stuck in a creative writing rut? Just reset your approach and process in a few subtle ways, and everything will change, here’s how.
A healthy meditation on active listening, whether to give or receive feedback, that incorporates objectivity, positivity, and empathy.
Song titles are most often copied from the hook, or complete afterthoughts, it’s time to pay closer attention when we finalize them.
This Valentine’s Day, go big and earn extra points with your partner by commemorating your feelings in a song! (Sound tough? We can help.)
Soundfly’s new monthly newsletter, “5 Lessons On…” comes to Flypaper. Check out these thematically curated lessons to direct your learning.
When writing from the perspective of a unique character, real or imagined, it helps to have some things in order. Here are 5 writing tips.
Unlike Bridges which take a song from an A to a B section, Middle 8s give us something to bite into between an A and another A. Let’s discuss.
In this short lesson from our beginner-level New Songwriter’s Workshop course, we share some tips to get you brainstorming if you’re stuck.
Writing a page full of lyrics is only half the battle when it comes to developing your song’s meaning… There’s a lot more work to do!