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Some genres of music are driven largely by groove. If we are not accustomed to writing with groove in mind, it can be difficult to push our songwriting into this space.
Berklee Online songwriting instructor Andrea Stolpe discusses using your time wisely and making sacrifices to further your music career.
Learn how to write better lyrics with the help of multiplatinum songwriter and Berklee Online author and instructor Andrea Stolpe.
One of the most frustrating problems we experience as songwriters is difficulty finishing songs. We might get stuck at the chorus, or maybe after the first chorus.
A great melody always makes a song more memorable. It sounds obvious to say, but it is amazing how often we put emphasis on other elements of the song such as groove or lyric.
You don’t have to have a degree in music theory to write harmonic progressions that underscore your lyric well.
Berklee Online songwriting instructor Andrea Stolpe explains how to take feedback from people in the music industry to help and not hinder your career.
Berklee Online instructor Andrea Stolpe shares her techniques for songwriting with a recording artist who may or may not be a songwriter at heart.
Head into any venue in Nashville, Tennessee and you will hear songwriters in the round belting out great songs with varying degrees of vocal talent or ability.
I’d like to write a bit about how to get going on a song when we start with the title. The online course Lyric Writing: Writing from the Title explores many wonderful tools