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.
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Learn to improve your songwriting with these tips, stories, and resources to help you break out of a creative rut and start writing better music. For more help, check out Soundfly’s course, The New Songwriter’s Workshop.
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!
In this post, pro songwriter Sammy Hakim explains why and how to use a lower-energy chorus in your song to convey clearer emotions.
Would a method of starting more and finishing less songs benefit you? It did for me! Here’s how I utilize this creatively to get more done.
In today’s music landscape, attention spans are at an all-time low. Grab your listener’s attention right away with lyrical immediacy.
Most songwriters don’t take bridges seriously, but with just a few simple tips shared here, you can easily make it the anchor of your song.
Using all four of your senses is a tool to unlocking a ton of below the surface lyric ideas. Sensory stories help connect on a deeper level.
Call and Response is a great melodic device when it comes to writing for duets, but what if you’re solo? Here are some songwriting tips.
Here are some of the worst bad habits I see songwriters falling into all the time, and my thoughts about how to break those habits!