Although I’m not currently offering my workshops, there’s plenty songwriting information right here on my web site and all of it is based on my classes. Plus I’ll share tips and techniques with you via Twitter and Facebook!
You can start by reading my article …
Read this step-by-step guide to writing songs and find out how to start a song with a title and develop a strong lyric, how to find the melody in your lyric, and how hit songs can be used to help you quickly pick up new songwriting techniques.
Here are some easy-to-use songwriting tips that will help you add emotional impact, memorability, and listener appeal to your songs!
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Stay on the cutting edge by studying today’s most successful songs. Learn the latest techniques and how they’re being used. Each song analysis refers you to “Shortcuts” in my books and includes a “Do It Now” exercise. (You don’t need the books to do the exercises.)
Write for today’s fastest growing songwriting market! Aim your songs at top TV dramas like Grey’s Anatomy, The Vampire Diaries, or 90210. For more info on this exciting market, I have a Facebook page dedicated to showing you what it’s ALL about!
Facebook tips for Film & TV songwriting!
Robin Frederick has written more than 500 songs for television, records, theater, and audio products. She is a former Director of A&R for Rhino Records , Executive Producer of 60 albums, and the author of “Shortcuts to Hit Songwriting.” Robin currently oversees the A&R Team for TAXI, the world’s leading independent A&R company.
Robin’s books are used to teach songwriting at top universities and schools in the U.S. They’re fun to read and filled with practical, real world information. Buy them at Amazon.com…
This post is based on my songwriting books. Find out more about all of my print and eBooks on my Author page at Amazon. In each book you’ll find dozens of useful, real-world shortcuts that will show you how to craft songs that work for today’s music market, plus dozens of hands-on exercises to get your creative ideas flowing.