We’ve posted songwriting advice that covers music theory, the use of interesting (and basic) chords to spice up your writing, lyric writing, and being generally creative as a writer. We also have exclusive interviews with hit songwriters, include excerpts from books, and explore a variety of other topics that relate to the craft of writing a song. Check ’em out! Read the posts.
The 2015 Grammy nominees give a lesson on how to create children’s music that treats kids with respect, doesn’t dumb down the music, and keeps things fun. We’ve got videos and a breakdown of some of this year’s nominees. Read more.
When you’re set to start writing children’s music of your own, Gasoi recommends a little introspection. “Find that place within yourself that reminds you of your own childhood, that place of innocence, fun, and abandonment. Tap into happy memories from your own childhood, things that bring out that fun and exuberance. Regardless of the style of song, bring a joyful spirit to what you do.” Read more.