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Lynda - The Dos and Don'ts of Songwriting Collaboration TUTORiAL

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P2P 10 APRIL 2015 | 203 MB

Writing songs with a collaborator can be fulfilling—or potentially frustrating. Using these dos and don'ts from a professional songwriter, Cliff Goldmacher, you can reap all of the advantages of co-writing songs, while minimizing the pitfalls. Cliff explains the best practices for collaborating, such as discussing everything from the song's eventual promotion to ownership percentages with your collaborator, as well as advice about delivering feedback without alienating your partner. Watch and find out how you can improve your chances of successful collaboration.

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