How to Use Past Experiences to Fuel Musical Creativity

We all have had past experiences, either happy, sad or confusing, that can be used as fodder for songwriting. A bad breakup, the intense love felt when holding your baby, teenage angst are universal and can be used to create songs that touch others. You want your listeners to connect with your words and music, and channelling your emotions and having the courage to dig into them will lead to an authenticity they can relate to. Read more here.

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