Posts Tagged ‘Songwriting’

Today is the big day we get to unveil the new C-Sharp Productions website! Over the last few months we have been expanding our services to songwriters and independent artists. We now offer recording and production AND songwriting coaching and lessons! C-Sharp Productions is becoming a recording studio for new songwriters and singers, and creating […]


I am excited to announced that I have launched a new website. This site features my new songwriting lessons that I am offering in Minneapolis. Check it out at http://www.songwritingminneapolis.com If you are a songwriter looking to grow your craft, you should check this out.


If you have not checked out Gary Ewer’s songwriting blog, you NEED to. Seriously, this blog will change your songwriting life. Are you struggling with writers block? Need some inspiration? Have songs that are lacking something? Gary is a songwriter and educator and writes very useful and inspiring blog posts. I have been inspired and […]


Listen to “Tonight We Dance” then read below. This past weekend I wrote a song. I wanted to share the thought process and some of the “behind the scenes” workings of the song. This new song is called, “Tonight We Dance.” The tempo is 132 bpm. The goal was to create a bridge that contrasted […]


If you want to write songs that are commercially viable, or at least in the realm of mainstream popular songs, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel every time you sit down to write. One way to write some pretty sweet songs is to really study songs that are already hits. Take what works for […]


In the music business, the crowd of people that work together is quite small. People work with people they know, and they hire people they know have the skills to get results. It always amazes me how many hit songs are written by established artists who moonlight doing songwriting. Gaga is getting her write on. […]


As soon as your songs are on a fixed media….written or recorded…you can claim copyright, even if it is not registered with the government. You can use the ©2011 YOUR NAME and claim ownership of what you created. But what does copyright really get you? What is a copy right? Copyright offers some basic rights […]