Three Song Critique

Need to get a professional opinion on your music?

Creative Soul now offers a cost-effective 3-Song Demo Critique Service for $125 $75 for a limited time!!

This package includes:

  • Extensive professional review (Up to 3 Songs per Consult.) We will listen for several days to your demo in a few different systems and locations to get a feel for the music and it’s commercial appeal. Other factors taken into consideration will be songwriting strength, originality, music talent, and heart.
  • We have several options of delivery of the critique:
    • Detailed email, and follow-up phone conversation. We will write a long, detailed email about the songs and the topics listed above. Then, when you have had time to digest all that, we can schedule a phone call to talk more in-depth.
    • Zoom Consult and Discussion. We can meet in an online Zoom meeting and listen together. I will point out my thoughts about each song and record the session for you to replay later.
  • We’ll have suggestions for next step, publication, or industry contacts. Sometimes our best suggestion will be a few days of work at our studio, or we could suggest you send it to a publisher or record label.
  • You’ll also receive a discount off any future work Creative Soul in Nashville. If you decide to schedule a day after your demo consult, we will take $50 off the Day Rate price for that day.

It’s a no-lose package for you, and let’s you know if you’re on the right path, or there’s still work to be done.

Ready to get started NOW?

Quotes about our Three Song Critiques

“Your critiques were very interesting to me and the structure/categories were helpful.  I really appreciate your careful listening and specific suggestions”

— Sonya S.

“Thank you so much for the constructive feedback! I’m impressed by the well organized and useful comments. No worries about the frankness and honesty – that’s what I signed up for 🙂 I just want to improve and I couldn’t argue with any of the points you made. In fact, I’ve already started reworking the songs based on them.”

— Tom S.

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