The Daily Muse – May 18th, 2020

I can’t count the times that I’ve heard a songwriter blame their lack of success on the radio, publishers, a “closed circle in the music business”, A&R people who “can’t hear a hit”, bad co-writers, just plain bad luck and the list goes on and on and on.

Who’s In Charge of Your Songwriting Destiny?


Chord progressions are the structural foundations of the songs we know and love. Put simply, a chord progression is a series of repeating chords, for example, C / F / G over and over.

5 Chord Progressions Every Songwriter Needs to Know


If you’re a songwriter, you’re targeting an audience, whether you do it intentionally or inadvertently.

Some Thoughts on Targeting Your Audience


“Which do you write first, the music or the words?” This is the classic question that all songwriters get asked. In my experience, there’s no easy – or correct – answer to this one

Songwriting Tip – 4 Dos and Don’ts When Writing Songs


For those who are unable to write and record songs during face-to-face sessions there are alternatives.

Tips for Co-Writing Songs When You Can’t Be in the Same Room

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