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I’m Cliff Goldmacher. I’m a songwriter, music producer and educator. But really, I’m sort of a song therapist. I help aspiring songwriters, performers – and even business people – connect to their creativity with confidence.
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When most of us start out writing songs, it’s pretty difficult for us to know when a song is officially finished. The more songs you write and the better you know your own process, the easier this will become. That being said, here are some things you can do right away to help you know
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Senior Vice President of Music Placement and Licensing at Razor & Tie, Brooke Primont, has some super simple, no nonsense advice for songwriters hoping to place their songs in film and TV. Brooke oversees the licensing department, working on music placements of Razor & Tie recording artists and music publishing writers and composers in television,
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Let me begin by saying that my intention in writing this article is to help you avoid some of the mistakes I unwittingly made early in my songwriting career. The kinds of mistakes I’m talking about are not done maliciously as much as they are a result of an unthinking set of behaviors based on
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I’m speechless with gratitude and awe at your skills.
You really know how to keep the flow.
The fish was a little salty but the liver was great.
Cliff, the calmest man in show business.
Thanks. I learned a lot.
Cliff has a rare ability to bring business principles to life by connecting them to fundamental, human emotions.
His workshops help teams think differently about goals and cut through common business jargon to focus on what really matters.