If you feel aimless, stuck, and not sure how to take your next creative step as a songwriter, you’re not alone. Countless music-makers have been in your shoes. When creativity and exciting musical ideas seem easy to access, we forget just how hard and frustrating it can be when we’re lost and uninspired. The good news is that if you manage to work through the inevitable challenging and unproductive periods that come your way from time to time, there are better times ahead.
The novel coronavirus has changed music in seismic ways over the past year. Career touring musicians who’ve spent decades on the road suddenly found themselves out of work and stuck at home last spring, and countless developing artists woke up to the reality of live shows becoming inaccessible at the same time as well. From the way we promote music during this strange time to how we pull off collaborating with other musicians has changed due to lockdowns. However, some things about music haven’t been transformed because of the pandemic. Here are four of them:
One of the results of living through a global pandemic is that many of us continue our collaborative projects remotely. Remote work in music can be challenging, but it also provides wonderful opportunities. You can collaborate with any musician who has access to a laptop, microphone, and camera, which is amazing! Moreover, you can actually create commercial level content with these sessions if everything works out well. In this blog post, I would like to look into four great ways to collaborate with any musician in the world right now.