Efficiently Writing A Song [Virtual Workshop]
Create it. Remember it. Repeat it!
Writing music can be a very rewarding and creative process, but sometimes it can be overwhelming – especially if you're new to this, or you've been told that you're not good at songwriting!
When I came to the Native flute, I didn't know anything about music and dreamed of writing my own music one day instead of just noodling. Over time, I came up with my own way of writing music and capturing melodies with the Native flute... and it worked! That framework helped me write more than 300 songs to date.
Here's what I'll help you learn:
- Capturing those short melodies so that you can repeat what you just played
- Learning better phrasing habits so your playing sounds more poetic
- Controlling your energy and dynamics so you deliver a more emotive performance
- Arranging your song so that you aren’t mindlessly noodling
- Connecting your story so you have the confidence to share your music
This program is suitable for any level of flute player who desires to create their own music to share with others.
Dates & Times
We are offering this workshop at two different times to help accommodate busy schedules. Please make sure you select the time that works best for you from the drop-down menu.
- Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 5 p.m. CT
- Saturday, October 01, 2022 at 11 a.m. CT
Have a question? Here are some of the most common questions asked.
Where will the workshop(s) take place?
Each workshop will be held via Zoom. If you do not already have Zoom, you can download it for free here: https://zoom.us/
How long is each workshop?
Each workshop is scheduled to last 90 minutes, but we are allowing for some extra room at the end of the workshop for any participants who need a little extra support.
How will I get the link and information for the workshop(s)?
You will receive a PDF automatically after your purchase with all the info (including the meeting link and password)
What if I miss the workshop(s)?
We are providing a replay of the workshop for 30 days after the workshop date to paying participants who are unable to make it. Because space is limited, we cannot offer a refund if you miss this workshop.
Do I have to turn on my camera or microphone?
We want you to be comfortable and realize that being in a large zoom room can cause a little intimidation and uncomfortable feelings. By default, your camera will be turned off and your microphone will be muted upon entering the Zoom meeting. You may turn either on as you feel comfortable. To keep feedback to a minimum, please stay on mute during the presentation time.