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What's in a Song

Scarlet Keys
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This is a weekly podcast about the craft of songwriting hosted by Berklee College of Music Professor Scarlet Keys. She takes deep dive into the craft, technique and art of songwriting in conversations with eminent songwriters, producers, and other creatives asking questions only a songwriting professor would ask so listeners can walk away inspired and armed with clear and actionable tools and techniques they can apply to their songwriting.

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5 out of 5 stars from 101 ratings
  • Inspired and accessible

    I’m kind of a picky listener when it comes to podcasts but this one is top notch. I am an artist, musician and a geek about listening to anything having to do with the creative process. Scarlet’s conversations with her guests are down to earth and inspiring and I hope this podcast is around for a long long time. (My phone erased a star last time so I’m hoping this fixes it! Five stars!)

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    eart&music
    United States5 months ago
  • This will help you on your journey :)

    Excellent podcast beautifully presented by the wonderful Scarlet Keys. There are so many gems in these episodes that even as an electronic dance music producer and film composer I’m able to take away something from country music to Taylor Swift, and add it to the toolbox in my mind. Nothing great is easy, and as artists we need every bit of help in order to fully express ourselves and create something of value for everyone to enjoy. Thank you Scarlet! Rahi @rahimalikdj

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Rahi Malik
    United Kingdom7 months ago
  • Excellent Songwriting Interviews

    Scarlet is an excellent interviewer...insightful, encouraging, and adept. She features a wide range of songwriters, producers, et al. in this podcast who share their experiences and techniques. The podcast is both entertaining for the casual listener and useful for aspiring and accomplished songwriters alike.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Little Davey & The Rolling 88s
    United States10 months ago
  • Great podcast!

    Scarlet has so many talented songwriter friends/guests. She and her guests share practical tools and inspiration for songwriting from every angle. She’s a great teacher, interviewer and songwriter, and this podcast is the best. My highest recommendation!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Middle Walter
    United Statesa year ago
  • What's in a Song

    I love this podcast. Scarlet interviews interesting people and she encourages them to give tips to less experienced songwriters on how to hone their craft. I have been inspired, entertained and informed in each episode.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Adnelg Pponk
    New Zealanda year ago

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