FILM & TV SONGWRITING
LEARN TO WRITE SONGS THAT WILL WORK FOR FILM AND TV. THEN PRACTICE YOUR SKILLS ON REAL SCENES.
The demand for songs in feature films, commercials, and television series is greater than ever. But it has to be the right song. The stakes are high; one song can bring a scene vividly to life while another can ruin it.
WHAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE? EMOTION!
If you're thinking about pitching to film and television, you need songs that will enhance the EMOTION and ATMOSPHERE of a scene.
The emotion comes from you—your feelings and your experiences. The rest of it is the song craft I'll share with you in this course.
YOU'LL LEARN FROM SUCCESS
I'll show you how successful film and TV songwriters use the seven ingredients of emotion in their songs to evoke a response in the viewer. It's simply a matter of learning how to listen for those seven elements and then applying what you hear to your own songs.
THE COURSE INCLUDES...
7 instructional videos with scene examples.
15 scenes with the songs that originally appeared in them.
12 scenes and commercials for you to write to.
Lists of the most common scenes and emotions used in film and TV.
LOW, LOW, PRICE
I don't think songwriters should have to spend a fortune to learn how to do what they love and reach for their dreams. You get lifetime access to the videos, downloadable PDFs, and all updates for just $45. You can even get your money back if you feel the course isn't worth every dime. Just ask me.
I promise this will be the best course you'll ever take on songwriting for film and TV!
"Hollywood TV pro’s know that they work in the emotion delivery business. Robin’s latest course –"Film and TV Songwriting: Using the 7 Ingredients of Emotion"—will open your eyes to the process and knowledge involved. It’s empowering!"
- Christopher F. Jones, music educator, songwriter
StartWATCH: Study Songs With the Emotion You Want (4:06)
StartWATCH: My List of Similarities (9:03)
StartREAD: How Did They Choose That Song?
StartREAD: Why Did They Use That Song?
StartWATCH: Why Did They Use That Song? (Video Reel) (22:26)
StartREAD: Write a Song to a Scene
StartWATCH: Write a Song to a Scene (Video Reel) (16:58)
"Robin illustrates the 7 ingredients with contemporary relevant examples and plenty of 'aha!' worthy moments. The exercises and tips will help you improve your songs right away. If you are looking for a clear, engaging, and to the point course to help you make your music better for synch, this is it."
- Anne House, Songwriter, Composer
Frequently Asked Questions
Robin Frederick is the author of five top-selling songwriting books, including Shortcuts to Hit Songwriting and Shortcuts to Songwriting for Film & TV. She has reached millions of aspiring writers through her highly-rated songwriting websites, MySongCoach.com and RobinFrederick.com, and her Songwriting 101 video series on YouTube.
Robin has written and produced hundreds of songs for television, records, films, theater, and audio products. Her songs have aired on the Disney Channel, PBS, and ABC television shows, among many others. She is a former Director of A&R for Rhino Records and executive producer of over 60 albums.
As an in-demand panelist and lecturer, Robin has given workshops at Musicians Institute, UCLA, USC, and more. She has mentored dozens of top music industry veterans, helping them communicate their knowledge of music and the music business to songwriters and recording artists.
Known for her real-world, often humorous take on the music industry and her ability to organize information into valuable, easy-to-apply lessons, Robin will show you how to aim for success while remaining true to yourself and writing your absolute best lyrics and songs.