Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 5 Issue 9 – September 1990 – Interview: Desmond Child

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 5 Issue 9 – September 1990 – Interview: Desmond Child

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Songwriters Musepaper - Volume 5 Issue 9 - September 1990 - Interview: Desmond Child 

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Table of Contents

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FEATURES

DESMOND CHILD – ROCK’S BUSIEST COLLABORATOR
John Braheny takes lunch with the man who brought a varied musical background and considerable production, lyric and melody writing talent to the realm of hard rock and metal with results that consistently see the tops of the charts Page 8

GETTING READY TO RECORD
Demo producer/arranger Daniel Teddei gives you some valuable tips on how to make your time in the studio more productive by preparing well before the session Page 11

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING
Designing Songs – Picking The Right Elements David Cat Cohen is back with yet another metaphor for examining the craft of songwriting Page 14

10 POINTS YOUR SONG CONTRACTS SHOULD INCLUDE
The Songwriters Guild of America has been in the forefront of developing writer-oriented contracts. Memorize these points. Page 18

TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Dummy Demos – Hank Linderman lets us in on a great way to catch the magic as it happens before it gets buried in your tech manual Page 21

LASS NEWS

MEMBER NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS
News about classes, biz events,where your favorite publishers and a&r reps are this month and good stuff about our members Page 4

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE
Cassette Rouletterrm (publisher song critiques), Pitch-A-Thon ‘1 (producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts), Pick-Ups (the names of writers whose songs got picked up at those sessions in the past month) Pages 13-14

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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