Tag: Songwriting

Motivation, But No Inspiration?

  It’s sometimes said that artists are like vessels. They fill with ideas and then empty with periods of creativity. What do we do when we’re empty and waiting to be filled? These periods provide us with great...

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Credit Where Credit is Due

I was recently asked why sometimes the entire band is listed in songwriting credits, yet, other times it might be one member or one member who writes the lyrics and another who writes the music. They also asked if the whole band...

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Crafting a Christian Song

Use what God has done for you!God has been doing so much in our lives lately which brings us right to our topic—Using what God has done for you.Keeping a close relationship with God opens many wonderful doors and avenues....

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Crafting a Christian Song:

Keep the Communication Lines Open. In order to keep the communication lines open with God, it is important to maintain a faithful prayer life. It is also important to remember to listen when He attempts to direct us. Psalms...

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You Got a Publishing Contract! Part 2

They are going to want to know what songs you already had recorded.  If by chance some band had picked up and recorded one or more your songs and they released them on CD or have them up for digital distribution, then...

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