Much madness is divinest sense

To a discerning eye; Much sense the starkest madness. ‘Tis the majority In this, as all, prevails. Assent, and you are sane; Demur, — you’re straightway dangerous, And handled with a chain Emily Dickinson

Success is counted sweetest

By those who ne’er succeed. To comprehend a nectar Requires sorest need. Not one of all the purple host Who took the flag to-day Can tell the definition, So clear, of victory, As he, defeated, dying, On whose forbidden ear The distant strains of triumph Break, agonized and clear! Emily Dickinson Hi everyone, I consider […]

Jamie Hartman’s tips.

Songwriting Highlights: “Human” by Rag’n’Bone Man (2016 Brit Awards Critics’ Choice Winner); “Start Again” by Conrad Sewell, “Stranger” by Sawyer Fredericks; “Move Together” by James Bay 1. Don’t ever try to write anything that sounds like current radio because it was probably written/produced between 2 and 5 years ago.  And therefore, the song you’re currently […]

Challenges For Writers

wordsnstuff: You guys wanted some prompts and I thought this might give you some fun ideas. Some of these challenges can apply to every kind of writer, so I suggest skimming them all 🙂 Songwriters Produce an album with each song touching on a different social issue compose a movie score write 1 song a […]

How to Practice Songwriting

How to Practice Songwriting Here is another beautiful approach to songwriting on secretsofsongwriting.com Have fun and let us know, how you’ve been doing so far❤️ How to Practice Songwriting View On WordPress

Absurd songwriting tip #12

Hey everyone! Today we’re back with a new episode of our absurd songwriting tips. While this one might not seem that absurd to you at first, it is not an obvious approach to writing lyrics. When you’re commuting the next time, take some time to find an exciting newspaper at the newsstand that is either […]

Absurd songwriting tip #12

Hey everyone!  Today we’re back with a new episode of our absurd songwriting tips.  While this one might not seem that absurd to you at first, it is not an obvious approach to writing lyrics. When you’re commuting the next time, take some time to find an exciting newspaper at the newsstand that is either […]

How to Practice Songwriting

How to Practice Songwriting Here is another beautiful approach to songwriting on secretsofsongwriting.com  Have fun and let us know, how you’ve been doing so far❤️

Challenges For Writers

wordsnstuff: You guys wanted some prompts and I thought this might give you some fun ideas. Some of these challenges can apply to every kind of writer, so I suggest skimming them all 🙂 Songwriters Produce an album with each song touching on a different social issue compose a movie score write 1 song a […]

Absurd songwriting tip #7

So this one is not for lyricists but for those who want to try something new on their instruments, or in hooktheory in general. Grab yourself a dice and roll it to get a number of a chords position within a key. e.g. C is position 1 in C Major, D Minor would be 2 […]