If you’ve had a string of mediocre (or agonizing) co-writes, it can feel like you’ve hit a wall. Maybe you haven’t found that magical friend who gets you just yet. Somewhere, in the millions of songwriters in the world, your co-writing circle exists. Do not give up the search. Get to them quicker by keeping these things in mind.
In the last few years, collaborating online isn’t only easier than ever, but it can be also be incredibly ornate thanks to a variety of apps, websites, and online communities. Still, at the end of the day, no technology can replace the human element so essential to great art. So here are some ways to intersect the two.
Online songwriting collaboration is a great supplement to in-person co-writes, and it creates completely new opportunities for collaboration that would never have existed without the technology we have today. For those of you who are brand new to online collaboration or are still a little iffy on the whole concept of it, let’s explore a few of the top benefits.
So many songwriters stress the importance of collaboration. But without knowing how collaboration could benefit your work, why would you share an idea you’ve spent countless hours thinking about, only to open yourself up to criticism?Here are five reasons why collaboration is one of the most helpful things you can do to improve your art.
Collaboration is where the magic happens. However, if you’re not prepared to work with someone else – or if you’re not working with the right kind of co-writer – you might find that the process isn’t nearly as fun or productive as you hoped it would be. So what can you do to make sure your co-write is a success? Here are 13 tips you should keep in mind every single time you write with someone.