What we're about
Stop by every Thursday @ 7pm EST to collaborate and share with like minded artists in a safe and secure container for healthy expression. We will also be inviting a variety of more experienced artists up periodically to tell a few chapters from their journey in addition to some tools/tips from their personal creative processes.
Today's artist in the music and recording industry has more creative control over their music, songs and creative direction. However, with this control also comes the responsibility of developing additional skills in order to execute a music project proficiently. The artist now takes on the role of singer, songwriter, producer, engineer, AND marketing specialist. These roles were previously delegated by production managers and record labels.
The Songwriting Collective Process (Formerly listed as Songwriting from Start to Finish) is geared toward cultivating a variety of skills in order to complete and successfully land a professional commercial music project.
This group offers musical artists a community of fellow artists, industry professionals, resources and information to assist them in the creative process.
•Writing techniques - how to write consistently and complete song ideas
•How to find song ideas
•Creating commercial songs
•Eliminating writer's block
•Song presentation •Music production
•How to find music for your project
•The recording process
•Engineering & recording tools
•Music distribution and marketing
[Eve Soto formerly facilitated this group before the rebrand as a recording engineer for 20 years working with record labels Universal, Sony,Interscope,Crave,
Indigo child records. She worked as an artist developer, project manager, vocal coach ,songwriter engineer, vocal producer, recording artist,bandleader and performer.
Her vast experience and knowledge of the music industry has led many artists in developing skills and techniques to help them with their music project from start to finish. This group has been carried on to memorialize the legacy she created for many more artists to come in all future generations.]