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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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What is the Bridge of a Song? (And How to Use One)

If you want to write memorable songs, and especially radio hits, you owe it to yourself to learn the art of writing strong song bridges. A well-written bridge is the icing on the cake of your verses and choruses, and a great one can take your song to a whole new level. On one hand, […]

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What is the Chorus of a Song? And How to Write a Great One

Most music fans understand what a chorus of a song is intuitively. That’s true even if they’ve never studied music. After all, when you ask someone to sing a song for you, the first thing they’ll often do is belt out the chorus. But as songwriters, we have to dive a little deeper. If you […]

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Writing a Song: What are the Parts of a Song?

Average music fans don’t pay much attention to the parts of a song. They just know that they love songs that make them feel good and want to sing along. But as songwriters, we know that popular songs are made up of patterns — all songs have recognizable beginnings, middles, and ends. That’s where using […]

9 Songwriting Lessons from the Beatles’ Get Back

Love them or hate them, the Beatles have made an indelible mark on music and influenced countless songwriters. If you haven’t seen The Beatles: Get Back yet, you’ll probably love it if: You’re a Beatles fan. You’re a songwriter, musician, recording engineer, or producer. You’re a creative of any kind (writer, artist, etc.) You’d love […]

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How to Write a Country Music Hit

Country music is having a moment. While country has traditionally thrived in live music venues, from arenas to local bars to county fairs and everywhere in between, the genre has been slower to embrace technological change. Other genres, like hip-hop and pop, have embraced social media and streaming services, which generate 80% of today’s total […]

How To Write Music for Sync Licensing (and Get Your Songs Published)

Guest post by: Caleb J. Murphy You’re here because you want to learn how to write music for sync licensing. You want to get your music in TV shows, commercials, video games, and/or films. In this post, I’ll go through how to write and pitch your songs for sync licensing. (For context, my music has […]

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Why You Need to Join a Songwriting Community (& 10 Online Communities)

Finding success as a songwriter can be tough. It takes time — usually years — to hone your skills, master your craft, establish your reputation, create a catalog, and build essential relationships. It can be a long, tough road if you try to go at it alone. It’s easy to get discouraged or frustrated. Even […]

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How to Start a Song: 10 Methods Every Songwriter Can Use

Are you excited about the song ideas you’ve been carrying around in your head, but not sure how to translate them onto paper and into finished songs? It can be tough for anyone — especially beginners. But even pros have days when the ideas don’t flow effortlessly. You might wonder whether your song ideas are […]

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Selling Songs: A Beginner’s Guide to Selling Your Songs

Have you wondered how to sell a song? You’ve written a song that you’re proud of. People tell you it’s good. So what should you do with it? Let’s say you’re not a musician at all, but a brand-new beginner. You’re probably asking yourself: Do I need to copyright my song? Will someone steal it? […]

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Songwriting Software: Top 10 Recommendations for Songwriters

Guest post by: Leanne Regalla Songwriting can be loads of fun. It can also look like a whole lot of hard work sometimes, especially when you’ve got: Hooks that aren’t quite landing. That verse that isn’t quite working. That chord progression that you’re sure could be more exciting if you just found the right combinations. We’ve […]