Songwriting Essentials: Rhyme Time

(Guest post by the inimitable Robert Sterling. Find out more about Robert here.) The single most common Poetic Device used in songwriting is without a doubt – rhyme. Unfortunately rhyme is seemingly so simple, the beginner songwriter may assume it to be easy. (Simple is very different than easy.) Really great rhyme is a well-practiced craft.... Continue Reading →

Fighting Writer’s Block

A NEW POST FOR CHRISTIAN SONGWRITERS! You're trying to put together a new album, or haven't written any music in a while, but every time you sit down to write, the same thing happens. Either nothing comes to you, or you feel like everything you come up with is so stale and predictable you can't stand... Continue Reading →

What If Nobody Hears My Songs?

“Every man, and for stronger reasons, every artist, wants to be recognized. So do I.”- Albert Camus When I was a young songwriter, long before I became a full time producer, I used to really worry that if I died no one would have ever really heard my songs. Oh sure, my family and friends knew... Continue Reading →

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