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Grammy Award Winner co-writer of “10,000 Hours” by Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber

Jordan Reynolds has left his mark on the music scene in Nashville, blending classic Country and soulful Pop. In addition to his Grammy Award Winning contributions to “10,000 Hours” he’s scored multiple #1 songs like “Tequila” (2019 AMC Awards Song of the Year) and “Speechless” by Dan + Shay and co-wrote “God Only Knows” by For King & Country.

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Best Music Distribution Services in 2023

Music distribution: the process of getting your song off the page and into a buyable format. Simple enough, right? While music distribution might seem easy enough on paper, in practice it can involve a litany of hoops to jump through. As someone who’s gone through personally distributing my songs, it proved more complex than I […]

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7 Best Songwriting Contests of 2023

Why Songwriting Contests? Sure, now (more than ever) there’s plenty of different platforms to release your music through. SoundCloud, Bandcamp, and even getting your music on Spotify and Apple Music can be done in a few simple steps. However, outside of one-in-a-million stroke of luck scenario, the chances of getting recognized and put on playlists […]

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What is a Refrain in Music?

You’ve got an idea of what refrain in music is, but it’s still a bit fuzzy. If you’re new to songwriting, you’ll quickly find out the whole process can be downright puzzling. There are countless different methods to making catchy originals, each with its own confusing roadmap. Even with conventional song structures, there’s a litany […]

How to License Your Music

Earning cash from writing songs and composing music is the dream, right? However, pivoting from balancing a day job and playing music on the side to a full-on music career is not an easy undertaking. Most songwriters hedge their bets on getting a demo recorded and submitting it to a label. While this is an […]

Preventing Repetitive Strain Injury for Musicians

Preventing repetitive strain is almost as important as practicing. It starts with the calluses you wear as a badge of honor shortly after learning to play guitar. But now, years later, you’re starting to feel that sharp pain in your wrist or the dull ache of your knuckles and it’s not quite as fun. Practice […]

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A Songwriter’s Guide to Music Demos

If you write songs, sooner or later, you’ll have to record a demo. The phone in your pocket is good enough to help you remember what you’ve come up with. But sooner or later, you’ll want to share your finished songs with family, friends, and fans — as well as other musicians and industry people. […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Writing a Pop Song

Have you ever heard the latest, greatest pop hit and thought, “I wish I would have written that!” It’s understandable. Pop songs are catchy, they’re fun, and listeners can’t get enough of them. Your favorite pop songs might seem to flow effortlessly, but what most listeners don’t see is all the work goes on behind […]

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Changing Keys Within a Song: Tips and Examples of Modulation

Songwriters are always looking for new ways to make their music more interesting and engaging. One of the best ways to do that is by adding a key change. Why? Because changing keys in a song really makes an impact! They’re a great way to boost your song’s energy. They’re also a wake-up call to […]

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23 Impressive Health Benefits of Playing (and Listening to) Music

Not all professional songwriters play an instrument, but most do. You may be a lyricist who collaborates with musicians during the writing process, or you may write to tracks. And that’s great. Still, I always encourage songwriters to learn at least one instrument. Not only will it make you a more valuable collaborator, but it’s […]

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20 Best Songwriting Blogs to Get You Inspired

Whether you want to improve your craft, find inspiration, or search for technical information, you can’t go wrong with blogs about songwriting and music. Many of the best have been around for years, growing into virtual treasure troves of songwriting gold. Blogs give you a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips — articles that educate, […]