Becoming a Songwriter: Tapping Into Your Creative Mind

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Songwriting: Practicing Creativity

Songwriters need both imagination and creativity. And no, those two words are not synonymous. _____________ The two main elements that come into play when writing songs are imagination and creativity. We often use the words interchangeably, but they are quite different. Think of the imagination as a pool of thoughts and ideas, generated within our mind and […]

When Pop Songwriting Becomes a Mindless Group Effort

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5 Ways to Enhance Your Songwriting Imagination

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Rethinking Your Approach to Songwriting

Do you like to start every song by vamping a few chords and see what happens? It may be time to try something new: isolate the imagination stage from the creation stage. If you aren’t sure what that is, you need to get “The Essential Secrets of Songwriting” 6-eBook Bundle, and discover how great songs are assembled. […]

What's Holding You Back as a Songwriter?

It’s possible to be imaginative without being creative. That statement may come as a bit of a surprise to you if you’ve always thought of those two terms as being synonymous. From a songwriter’s point of view, your imagination refers to your ability to dream up bits of musical ideas, often seemingly out of thin […]