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Song Critique with Marketing and Promotion Suggestions
submission price: $10.00
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Song Critique with Marketing and Promotion Suggestions (No Pingbacks)

I accept submissions in the styles of rock, blues, jazz, classical, new age, instrumental, solo acoustic instrumental or singer songwriter, Send me your best track and I will provide a detailed honest constructive critique of your song. Suggestions on everything from the lyrics, melody, harmony, rhythm, the mix, or the "feel" of the song. I will also include some tips on how to make it more marketable or more artistic.

In addition I will provide you some suggestions on how you can market and promote your song. These suggestions will be based on my 26 years of real life experience, some of these suggestions you may have never thought of before.


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Quick Commentary
submission price: $0.00
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Quick Commentary
For a quick, off the cuff comment, a paragraph or two of potentially very insulting vitriol, or possibly a lavishly evocative passage of old music-press style critique. This is where it all happens, baby. In other words, bung us a banknote and we'll say nice things about you! (Or nasty things if we don't like it - we can be very bi-polar like that)

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Enter the New Age of Song Critique from Eric Mallon
submission price: $10.00

Enter the New Age of Song Critique from Eric Mallon

Have you ever wondered why a hit song was hit song? Do you believe your songs are right up there with the A-list Nashville Country songwriters if only your songs got into the right hands and were heard by the right person/artist?

I am creating a new age of song critique. Nothing 'stock' about what I'm going to say about your song. You may not like it or you may love it and use it as fuel to make the next song you write that much better. I am here in the middle of this amazing industry and have insight i have been there, I've heard everything and I've gotten cuts. The country market is different than the pop/rock genre and you need to know how to relate that to your songwriting.

For each and every song submitted, I will give specific, detailed feedback on (as it relates to your song) 1) What publishers want to hear when they sign a song to a contract 2) What an artist wants to hear when they 'cut' a song and 3) What listeners want when they hear a song (and why they would want to hear it again and again)

I look forward to helping each of you become the best songwriter you can be!

- Eric Mallon
Nation Productions
Nashville, TN