Tony Ray songwriter, artist and the owner of Backwoods Recording Studio reveals in a series of Podcasts songwriting tips and techniques needed to craft a great song. How rhythm, melody, harmony and lyrics all work together to create a successful song.
He interviews industry professionals with many years of accomplished experience where they share their secret strategies and songwriting tips. Tony Ray also discusses topics like staying inspired, how to find simplicity, keeping your song focused, and how to structure your song just to name a few.
Discover from music pros recording secrets and how to protect your music and get it noticed in today's crowed digital world.
Songwriting tips, music recording, songwriter demos, song critiques, how to write a song, getting a song recorded, techniques that work (and doesn't work) to help you better understand and be successful in today’s music business.
Co-Writing Songs in Nashville – The Co-Writing Captial
Co-Writing Songs – Practical Guidelines for Collaborative Songwriting Featuring Special Guest: Tammy Vice Singer • Songwriter from Nashville, TN In this session of the Backwoods Recording Studio Podcast Tammy Vice shares her experience and insights co writing songs in Nashville, Tennessee, the co-writing capital of the world . As a successful songwriter and artist. Tammy […] The post Co-Writing Songs in Nashville – The Co-Writing Captial appeared first on Backwoods Recording Studio.
Songwriting Tips and Techniques (Ep.2) Podcast
02Songwriting Tips and Techniques to Write Better Songs from John Swaim Featuring Special Guest: John Swaim Singer • Songwriter from Nashville, TN In this session #2 of the Backwoods Recording Studio Podcast John Swaim is back sharing more of his songwriting tips and techniques and talks about artists that have inspired him. John authored the […] The post Songwriting Tips and Techniques (Ep.2) Podcast appeared first on Backwoods Recording Studio.
Songwriting Tips and Techniques (Ep.1) Podcast
01 Songwriting Tips and Techniques to Write Better Songs from John Swaim Featuring Special Guest: John Swaim Singer • Songwriter from Nashville, TN In this session of the Backwoods Recording Studio Podcast John Swaim shares his songwriting tips and techniques accumulated over 20+ years as a successful songwriter and artist. John authored the song “Walk on […] The post Songwriting Tips and Techniques (Ep.1) Podcast appeared first on Backwoods Recording Studio.
Great tool for songwriters
I have been a singer/bass player for years and never thought of dabbling as a songwriter until I tried it and co-wrote with a friend and wondered how to go about it in Nashville. These tools and resources were not available in Music City back in the 90's and early 2000's which would have been so beneficial on pursuing a songwriting career in Nashville. I just stumbled onto this from a studio website and was amazed that this was offered and now rather than only utilizing Google to achieve information now these podcasts are available which is essential to learning these steps easier than going through the school of hard knocks. I love these podcasts and keep them coming on to give each songwriter guidance in situations that may occur. Thanks for this podcast and looking forward to hearing and following more in the future.
Solo Pianist / Composer
Very professional! Not only sounded great, but was very educational and entertaining with special guest and songwriter John Swain. John covered 10 of his top 20 points of songwriting that he uses in part one. And for the years and experience John has had in the industry it was both fun and inspiring listening to him talk about each point; especially with myself being a composer. Definately check it out!
01 Songwriting Tips
This Podcast by Backwoods Recording Studio on Songwriting tips & techniques is very informative and I think will benefit me as a songwriter. Really enjoyed listening to Tony Ray and John Swain. Have subscribed and am looking forward to many more. Thanks Tony Ray for sharing all your vast knowledge and years of experience on this PodCast. BTW... Tony Ray has a great talking voice to listen to. Should have been in radio! Love John's songs ...great insight from both of you.