If you haven’t heard of SongFancy, I highly recommend checking it out! It’s a great resource for songwriters and the visuals are stunning. Sarah Spencer is an incredible writer and contributor in the music blogging community. She’s also a fabulous singer-songwriter herself! I’m so honored to share this post with you today. Deep breaths. Do…
Remember surveys from the internet’s earlier days? If you’re under the age of 400 you might not, but take a knee and listen, kids. We had this archaic social media called Myspace and Live Journal. Surveys were super popular because you could answer questions and post them, allowing people to see your opinions on dumb…
We’ve covered writing a good bridge, pre-chorus, post-chorus and chorus, so really the only thing left is the verse! What is a verse? The verse is my favorite part of the songwriting process. It’s also arguably the most difficult. The verse is where you tell your story’s details. I know we’ve done this already, but let’s examine…
A cover of “Death of a Bachelor” by Panic! At The Disco
Tips and info on hiring – and working with – a lyricist
What to do to get the best intonation from your session musician
This is an example of my EDM/Remix work
A lot of my clients have trouble writing their song’s bridge. It’s the one part of the song that breaks away from the rest, so it can definitely be tricky. Another problem writers tend to have is labeling their songs correctly. Lyric sheets need to be formatted so that your session musicians can understand them….
It’s here! My first article for Songwriting Magazine. This is a lo-res version, but you can get the full version here: https://pocketmags.com/viewmagazine.aspx?titleid=2589&title=Songwriting+Magazine This article is based on my experiences with session singing and also from my new book. I am excited to work with Songwriting Magazine again in the future!