From silly idea to demo recording – you get to sit in on the process of creation and listen to the final results.
Songwriting Lessons for Beginners
In out songwriting lessons you can learn about song structures, chord progressions, and writing lyrics. These lessons collect all the tips and advice we’ve written about songwriting. Practice writing by participating in the Sunday Songwriter’s Group on the forums.
You’re in good hands at Guitar Noise – our lead editor, David Hodge, co-wrote The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Art of Songwriting.
This is not a technical how-to on the art of songwriting but rather an essay on the ways to open yourself to the muse.
Being able to simply let yourself be yourself is essential to the songwriter. Daniel Cowgill offers up some more tips on how not to be your own worst critic.
In this article we’ll go over the legal definitions of copyright. This is an important read for anyone interested in protecting their songs.
In this article we will be going over poetic terminology and see how it can be incorporated into songwriting.
Music charts are a good way to share the songs you’ve written with your bandmates. It gives them a chance to learn the songs before rehearsals start.
What do you do with original music you’ve written? Here is an option for both performers and non-performers alike.
What should you do with the songs you’ve written? There are three avenues you can take. This article examines the first two options available to you.