Songwriter

Freelance Songwriter

Remote

Contract

United States

Description

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About the Role

Our client is seeking an experienced freelance songwriter for a short-term project. The task involves creating a unique song in a style similar to contemporary folk-pop artists. This collaborative opportunity requires one to two days of focused work, with the goal of completing the composition by this summer.

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with the singer to understand their vision and musical preferences
  • Compose original lyrics and melody for a song in the folk-pop genre
  • Create a song structure that complements the singer’s style and vocal range
  • Develop chord progressions and harmonies that enhance the overall composition
  • Provide a demo recording of the song for the reference

Requirements

  • Proven experience as a songwriter, particularly in the folk-pop genre
  • Strong understanding of contemporary folk-pop music trends and styles
  • Ability to create emotionally resonant and lyrically compelling song
  • Excellent communication skills for effective collaboration
  • Ability to work efficiently and creatively under time constraints