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When songwriters write with any regularity, it’s natural to reach a point where many of our songs sound similar. Here are 5 ways out of a songwriting rut!
Sometimes, songwriting can feel like pushing a boulder uphill. But songwriting tools help us work through difficult songs or plateaus in our writing.
There are two topics they say never to bring up with your inlaws – religion and politics. Funny enough, those same topics carry some baggage for songwriters, too, though not for the same reasons.
What many artists don’t realize is that originality is not planned, but the product of fervent exploration leading to happy accidents.
Berklee Online songwriting instructor Andrea Stolpe talks about finding a collaborator as a songwriter and what they can bring to your music.
If you’ve been writing songs very long, you may have heard how important “imagery” can be in songwriting.
Learn how to write song lyrics for the first time with these five steps from singer and multiplatinum songwriter Andrea Stolpe at Berklee Online.
Berklee Online songwriting instructor Andrea Stolpe offers six tips for getting better feedback on your songs as a songwriter.
In my experience working with singer-songwriters, a topic that often emerges is how to use simple and strong instrumental techniques to express our songs.
The typical performing songwriter is both the man-power behind and the face in front of a business built from the ground up.