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Posted by on Feb 1, 2015 in Diymb Blog | 4 comments

Join My Songwriting Challenge: 1 Song Per Day For 31 Days

 

One song a day may sound like a lot. It’s a little intimidating at first, but totally achievable with a little discipline and inspiration.
Songwriting Challenge Sign Up

It generally takes me 1-2 hours to put something together from scratch. Even less (30 minutes) if I’m inspired and or working from templates. This was my method for surviving the music licensing case study I conducted in 2013.

If you struggle with writing or you’re looking to get back on track, then this challenge is right for you.

The idea behind this challenge is to help you develop a habit of creating music on a daily basis.

For the next 31 days, you’ll be creating one song per day regardless of how inspired you are. The goal isn’t to create the next big hit; it’s to create a catalog of work that’ll serve multiple purposes.

  1. A pool of inspiration to make your writing easier.
  2. A catalog of music you can shop to industry professionals.
  3. Prepare you for creating music on short deadlines

So, if you want to be part of this, continue reading.

Here Are The Rules

  • Create 1 song a day for 31 days
  • Don’t worry about Mixing/Mastering, just create
  • Check in with me on a daily basis (G+ or Twitter)
  • Be Positive. Don’t disrespect anyone’s music or genre of choice

 

How The Songwriting Challenge Works

  • Sign Up Here – it’s free of charge
  • Create daily, and keep track of your progress.
  • Join my G+ Group for encouragement, feedback and accountability.
  • You can also engage via Twitter by using the hashtag #1songaday.
  • After 31 days, we evaluate the techniques that worked vs what didn’t.

Click Image Below To Sign Up?

That’s right, it’s that simple! See you all there!

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4 Comments

  1. Sounds awesome, I’m ready

  2. Okay Greg — I’m in too. Does this include music or just lyrics or both. Is there a specific genre? Or just flow with whatever floats the boat? OOOO weeee a song a day.. Nothing to it just to do it,, mmmm I am wit it!! lol

    • Hi Jacqueline,

      I just saw your email, replied to it and will reply here as well. What your song contains (instrument, lyrics or both) is completely up to you. And no, you don’t have to lock yourself down to one genre.

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