A simple songwriting website that could be useful.


What comes up #1 when you type “songwriting” into Google? A website called Easy Song Writing. My initial thought when looking at the site was that it was beginners drivel. However, it’s always the simplest reminders of the writing experience that gets me to shut the browser and open the sequencer. I really crave making music. I can’t go more than a week without writing something. A loop usually won’t feed my addiction. I’m happiest when I can shoot out a beginning, middle and end. Anyway, I thought I’d mention Easy Song Writing because some of the articles got me in the mood. Here’s an example of a few of the articles they have online:

Learn the very basics of writing a song. click here
21 tips to avoid the pitfalls that could stop your song from reaching the top 10. click here
This is how one songwriter writes his songs. click here
Do you know how to write a catchy melody? click here

Somewhat interesting (or not?) is the fact this site is from South Africa and they sell something although I can’t quite figure out what it is. Time to hit some keys…

photo credit: quinn.anya

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Oliver Chesler

"Hello my name is Oliver and I'm going to tell you a story." I have been recording music since 1989 under the name The Horrorist. I have released over 60 singles and 4 full length albums. To hear my music please go to: thehorrorist.com

5 thoughts on “A simple songwriting website that could be useful.”

  1. Interesting.
    Althought i don’t understand articles such “how one songwriter write his songs”…
    There’s not a way you can learn in my opinion.
    Ispiration just comes and you write.At least for me.

    I will be the happiest when i can put into a track of mine what Wagner used to call “the endless melody” (hope in english is correct).

  2. Thanks for the shot in the arm, Chester!

    Another very yummy destination on a songwright’s hit list would be Berklee Music Blogs: http://www.berkleemusicblogs.com/

    PS Guys, following discussions on your posts would be much easier & fun if you install the free “Subscribe To Comments” plugin.

  3. Writing music used to be a lonely activity when done alone in my bedroom. Sometimes, it is fun to collaborate with other musician to come up with co-written songs.

    Now with the leverage of Internet, collaboration has never been easier without leaving the bedroom.

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