Creativity

Some songwriters wait for their muse to arrive on its own timetable. Others have found ways to stimulate their creative juices so they can be more productive and write songs at will. No matter how you slice it, creativity is at the beginning of all songwriting.

Without creativity, all the other elements of great song craft become unimportant. Do you want to learn how to stimulate your creativity and boost the quality and number of songs you write? Read on...

Creativity Articles

The 5 Minute Songwriting Class
by Michael Anderson
Road Rally 2005 Hit Songwriters, Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Q&A with five hit songwriters
Creative Suggestions
by Michael Anderson
Help Me Like Your Song
by Michael Anderson
Janis Ian: Breaking Silence
by Lydia Hutchinson
It Was 40 Years Ago Today
by Michael Anderson
Road Rally 2003 Hit Songwriters Panel
Q&A with five hit songwriters
Technology Is Your Friend
by Michael Anderson
Ten Tips For Building Better Songs
by Peter & Pat Luboff
Visualizing A Hit
by Jason Blume
The Rewrite
by Michael Anderson
Road Rally 2007 Hit Songwriters Panel, Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Q&A with six hit songwriters
Road Rally 2006 Hit Songwriters Panel, Part 1 Part 2
Q&A with five hit songwriters
Writing and Rewriting "She's In Love With The Boy"
by John Ims
Memorable Melodies
by Jason Blume











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