Enhancing Your Songwriting Process In 5 Steps

I am a great believer that the creation and the maintenance of a songwriting process is the number one thing a songwriter needs to do in order to be consistent and productive in their songwriting output.

In a recent Bandzoogle article “5 Steps To Enhance Your Songwriting Process” it states that…

Whether you’re new to writing songs, or have been at it for a long while, there is always an opportunity to optimize your process. To figure this out, it helps to identify what your particular songwriting process is currently, and what you need to do to enhance it.

I couldn’t agree more. Great article.


Source: 5 steps to enhance your songwriting process  | Bandzoogle Blog

Hit Songwriting: Using Trigger Words

In songwriting, creating a lasting impression in the listener in the shortest space of time is essential for making your songs heard. Robin Frederick in her article “Hit Songwriting: Using Trigger Words” has this to say about it…

You have to make as strong an impression as you can during the time you have with your listener without asking them for anything, not even their attention.

If you can do that, they may come back and listen again… maybe in the car where the only distraction is a crazed tailgater or a whining dog in the backseat.

Trigger words enable your message to be received by the listener more effectively and in this article Robin Frederick outlines the different songwriting trigger words and examples of songs using them brilliantly.


Source: Hit Songwriting: Using Trigger Words – Songwriting Tips and Inspiration